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Fairy Tales -Includes Cinderella, Red Riding Hood, and the Frog Prince Readers Theater , Activities, Writing

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This fairy tale resource has a ton of fun activities for your students.

This resource includes a fairy tale reader’s theater scripts for

Little Red Riding Hood


The Frog Prince

This resource also includes many activities that meet the common core including writing.

The plays or scripts can be used many different ways, keep them in a center, or use for guided reading instruction with an emphasis on fluency and expression. Children love to act out the parts and rereading the parts is great fluency and expression practice.

The puppets or name tags are ready to be cut out and come in color and in black and white. Apply a ruler, stick or tongue depressor to the back of the characters and they will be all ready for your students to put on great puppet plays for each other.

Print on white cardstock for durability.

Easy enough for first graders to read,

Little Red Riding Hood play has 6 speaking parts.

Cinderella play has 7 speaking parts.

The Frog Prince play has 6 speaking parts.

Other activities included in this packet include:

All pages come in black and white and color

-Sequencing mini booklet of the story where students cut the sections apart and put together in the right sequence.

-Activity sheets where students will write the lesson learned in the story.

-An opinion graphic organizer with a Little Red Riding Hood prompt.

-Cause and Effect pocket chart activity where students sort under the cause or the effect of the story.

-Story elements sheet where students answer, who, where, when, what, how and why.

-Writing the story from the point of view of Little Red Riding Hood, and the wolf.

-Summarizing the Frog Prince writing and frog craft included.

"LOVED the readers theatre scripts included in all of these bundles!! I will use them all year - even when not doing fairy tales!"

— Kelsey A.

Rated 5 out of 5

"My students loved these plays! I do reader's theatre every week and each week a different reading group gets to be the "cast." These stories went really well with my story writing unit."

— Nicole B.

Rated 5 out of 5

Happy Teaching! Jane

You will get a PDF (28MB) file