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Lewis & Clark and Bird Girl: Sacagawea readers theater history play
The original play, a comprehension activity, a set of select journal entries, and a key, all for around three bucks. Read it once or practice it daily with students in grades 4 through 6 (and potentially 3 - 7) to improve fluency, build comprehension, meet the CCSs, and introduce Lewis and Clark and
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Thanksgiving Play
This is a 7 page AWARD WINNING script that teaches about Thanksgiving. Feedback has been EXCELLENT. There are enough parts from a class of 8 to a class of 28 if larger groups are assigned the choral reading parts. It is designed to be used to improve reading fluency from 1st-3rd or perhaps even str
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Native American Readers' Theater Scripts
Do you need an engaging way to study folktales, legends or Native Americans? Need a way to integrate literacy and social studies? Looking for more interesting texts for guided reading? These readers' theaters will help you with all the above. I have used these readers' theater scripts for the past s
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Readers Theater Native American
Native American themed Readers Theater lessons will encourage your students to become better readers and writers. Your students learn facts about the Plains, Southwest, and Northwest tribes with the lessons in this packet. These are facts about Native American tribes. You can use these in November

Also included in: NATIVE AMERICAN Bundle Readers Theater Research Comprehension Tribe Facts

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Squanto’s Squash–Thanksgiving Readers Theater with Pilgrims & Pumpkins
“Squanto’s Squash”—A Free Thanksgiving Readers Theater with Pilgrims by Carol Montgomery “Squanto’s Squash” jumps into the history of Thanksgiving with Pilgrims, Native Americans, and more. This non-fiction Readers Theater script comes in two flavors: lively–with group participation or calmer–wit
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Reader's Theater:  4 Native American Legends by Region (intermediate)
With this differentiated reader’s theater set, students will engage in different Native American legends originating from four very different tribal regions of our country. A perfect complement to any Native American unit of study! Written on 3 separate reading levels (600-900 Lexile), it is easy to
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Settlement of Jamestown Reader's Theater Play- Pocahontas, John Smith, Etc.
This play is for students in grades 4-7 who are learning about early English colonies. This play is an adaptation of real events and includes five separate acts. There are 13 individual parts, but these can easily be split up to make many more parts. The play includes King James I, settlers, nati
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15 MINUTE DRAMA PLAY & UNIT SCRIPT: LI CHI THE SERPENT SLAYER
PART OF A BUNDLECreated for the classroom teacher and easy to produce!This engaging and dramatic play (moderate or large cast depending on your needs) is suitable for students whether studying the country of China, Asia or used in a drama class. Students strengthen their reading (fluency), speaking

Also included in: BUNDLE: MULTICULTURAL FOLK TALES ADAPTED INTO CLASS PLAY SCRIPTS

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Ohio Native American Indians
Text books often leave students with an incomplete picture of history - both visually and information-wise. My slideshow on Ohio Native American Indians can fill the gap as either an introduction to Native Americans, an expansion to what’s in the text book, or a review when you want to wind up your
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15 MINUTE DRAMA PLAY WITH MUSIC AND UNIT: SEDNA, AN INUIT TALE
PART OF A BUNDLEThis fifteen minute play (moderate or large cast depending on your needs) based on a creation myth is suitable whether studying culture of the Native Americans, Alaskan territory or in a drama class, Students strengthen their reading (fluency), speaking (diction) and listening skil

Also included in: BUNDLE: MULTICULTURAL FOLK TALES ADAPTED INTO CLASS PLAY SCRIPTS

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Dr. Phil Interviews New World Explorers: A Play
Objective: Identify and Evaluate the Spanish Explorers of the New World by reading short play. Characters included Francisco Coronado, Hernando Cortez, Francisco Pizarro, Christopher Columbus, Hernando De Soto, Ponce De Leon, John Cabot, Henry Hudson, Eric the Red and Dr. Phil. Written in the sty
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Readers' Theater: Native American Headdress Activity
This No-Prep Readers’ Theater script will teach your students all about Native American headdresses and show them the importance of cultural respect! Click on the preview above to see a few pages from the script! FEATURES • Six page script about a group of students at a Native American history mus
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Reader's Theater Play - The Last Stand: The Battle of Little Bighorn
There's no denying it - the Lakota, led by Chief (and Medicine Man) Sitting Bull, were a fierce group of people, and when the United States government first turned their back on them,t hey didn't necessarily know what they were in for. Enter the vain Civil War General George Armstrong Custer, who so
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California Missions - Native American Indians - And You
The California Mission Era — most textbooks in middle school and junior high devote only a few pages or less to this period in American history, and if you want to give your students more, it can be problematical. If students only learn about the missions and the economic benefit they brought to Ca
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School Plays for Children - Thanksgiving Activities
Everything you need to shine during the holidays! This Thanksgiving Play Includes Music with Jack Hartmann, detailed step by step directions, crafts, headbands, posters, poems, invitations and more! The focus of the program is on family, being thankful, and the feast.●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●
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Sacagawea: A Reader's Theater Script
Learn about Sacagawea with this Reader's Theater Script. Sacagawea is a guest on Ms. Bie Ografee's Talk Show and the studio audience asks questions about her life and contributions to the Lewis and Clark Expedition. There are 10 questioners, a Did You Know? fun fact section, comprehension question

Also included in: NATIVE AMERICANS: A BUNDLE of RESOURCES

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Reader's Theater Play - Pocahontas: A Real (Not Disney) Story
Frustrated with how Hollywood changes the narrative of history? This fun readers' theater will help you to accomplish that, interrupting the Disney tale with the "real" Pocahontas.
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Readers' Theater: Iktomi and the Swan Native American Story
This Reader's Theater Script features a classic Lakota story featuring the goofy trickster Iktomi! Students will read about Iktomi, Goose, and their quest to win over Swan! This is sure to be an engaging, heartwarming story perfect for Valentine's Day! Perfect for first, second, and third grade read
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Coyote and The Lizards Reader's Theater
This reader's theater was written for a group of 7 students but can be condensed to 5. It is based on a Navajo tale about Coyote. In the script, Coyote meets up with the lizards and wants to play games with them. He won't listen to the lizards when they warn him about their game though which is typ
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How Coyote Got His Name - A Small Group Reader's Theater
This is a Native American tale about how Coyote got his name. This is for 5 to 9 students. He features prominently in a lot of stories of the Navajo and in many other tribes. I first saw this one online but have heard it from our Navajo teacher since. I use reader's theaters to encourage my stude
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Explorers Readers Theater
This readers theater was written to follow the South Carolina 4th grade SS standards. It involves Leif Ericsson, Marco Polo, Christopher Columbus, John Cabot, and Ferdinand Magellan.
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Sequoyah: The Man that Invented a Writing System(Reader's Theater Script)
Learn about Sequoyah, the man that invented a writing system for the Cherokee people. The Reader's Theater Script includes a Did You Know section, Comprehension questions, a teacher page with directions and extension activities. Other resources of interest: 1. Learn about Sacagawea with this Read

Also included in: NATIVE AMERICANS: A BUNDLE of RESOURCES

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Wild Wild West Class Play (incl. Plight of Native Americans)
This Play on the Wild Wild West, written by Sue Russell, is a mixture of light-hearted and serious material. Along with a light-hearted portrayal of "cowboys and 'injuns'" there is a serious consideration of the suffering of the indigenous populations, at the hands of the settlers; and further explo
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Ms. Coyote and the Doe - A Navajo Tale - Small Group Reader's Theater
This reader's theater was written for four students. It is one of my favorites and I have a lot of scripts. I've incorporated a Navajo tale. Ms. Coyote likes to imitate everyone and think she's better than anyone else. When she sees Does' fawns, she wants to find out her secret and make her cubs jus
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