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Reinforce the concepts of the water cycle through a fun reader's theatre! Join the four water droplets, Quench, HtwoO, Thirst and Aqua on their adventure through the cycle. Also check out the Water Cycle Reader's Theatre Podcast!
This script on RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES involves students in reading and reviewing information about six sources of natural energy that can be continually recycled. The script incorporates humor and contemporary language and references. It’s part
This outline is designed for fourth graders to deliver a presentation simulating a weather forecast. The script is designed for a group of three, but could be adapted easily. The script is designed to add to a group's weather map creation.
"The Earth Day Hen and Friends" (Primary grades) an original Readers Theater by Carol Montgomery Do you want to motivate your students to recycle, create less waste, and maybe even raise worms? Okay, skip the worms if you want. Are you looking
"The Earth Day Hen and Friends" (Grade K—1) an original Readers Theater by Carol Montgomery Do you want to motivate your students to recycle, create less waste, and maybe even raise worms? Okay, skip the worms if you want. Are you looking for an
This set of 6 Guided Reading Play Scripts looks at man's impact on the environment - in the context of five different habitats: a pond, the rainforest, the poles, the desert and the ocean - and what we as the human race can do to undo the harm done.
This resource includes the Water Cycle Reader's Theatre Script and a podcast of the script to bring the text alive! Reinforce the concepts of the water cycle through a fun reader's theatre & podcast! Join the four water droplets, Quench,
Earth Day is a day that is set aside to bring awareness to environmental problems and possible solutions. I tend to spend the entire month of April focusing on ecology and Green Living activities. This play can be performed on stage or in a
Reading And Science Integration: The Butterfly And the Bee (Environment/Characteristics) Reader’s Theater Scripts with Content for Intermediate Readers The script will make reference to: Bees and butterflies
Common Core Aligned Reading And Science Integration: Life In The Arctic Reader’s Theater Scripts with Content for Intermediate Readers. This Reader’s Theater Script is a great resource to use in your
This script is used during a unit on severe weather. After learning about the weather, how it forms, and ways to stay safe, students complete a weather report. Each student has a job, camera operator, anchor, director, or producer. The students
Reading And Science Integration: Life In The Arctic, Full Pack (Arctic Environment, Polar Bears, Arctic Foxes, Lemmings) Reading And Writing Activities This Reader’s Theater Script is a great resource to use in your classroom in many ways:
This assembly or class play looks at man's impact on the environment - in the context of five different habitats: a pond, the rainforest, the Poles, the Desert and the Ocean - and what we as the human race can do to undo the harm done. As this play
Reading And Science Integration: "The Butterfly And The Bee" (Environment/Characteristics) Reader’s Theater Scripts with Content for Intermediate Readers by The RT Shop This Reader’s
This set of podcasts/reader’s theaters covers different aspects of the Dust Bowl that took place in the Dirty Thirties (1930-1940). There are five scripts in total with each script containing three individual speaking parts. When being recorded,
This 10 minute play can be used as an instructional piece or as a performance play for parents and grandparents to enjoy! There is no memorization for the kids, but they will have lines as they repeat the narrator in this adorable play that teaches
Reading And Science Integration: "The Giving Earth" (Organic Garden, Pollination, Bees, Compost) Scripts with Content for Intermediate Readers. Reading Standards for 2nd, 3rd, 4th, Reading Literature: CCSS.ELA-LITERACY RL 3.1,4.1 CCSS.ELA-LITERACY
This script on Energy involves students in reading and reviewing information about renewable and nonrenewable energy sources. The script incorporates humor and contemporary language and references. It appears in my book DRAMATIZING THE CONTENT WITH
This is a musical I wrote about taking care of the environment. It is designed so that your students are teaching the audience about habitats, food webs, natural resources, and recycling. All the songs are my originals. The songs include the
Christian Skits for Use with Actors and/or Puppets Skit 7: Dr. Rubenstein Grinds it Up PREVIEW In a series of ten lessons, Christian Skits address science from the
These resources form the basis of an assembly on earthquakes. My class performed the assembly at the end of a topic/project unit on earthquakes. It gave the children an opportunity to show the learning and teaching that had taken place throughout
SLIME is an award winning play script for children with a theme that focuses on the ecology of a pond and the effects of pollution. It is one of a series of science based plays that make learning about science fun while embracing other areas of the
Students are given a reading discussing global warming and a few personal responses one can make. A few relevant questions are asked after the reading. My company name is Environmental Contributions.
Rainforest Class Play Cast of 30 - easily adaptable up or down Duration - around 20 minutes (depending on amount of music used) This class play looks at the most amazing rainforest of them all - appropriately named, The Amazonian Rainforest. With a
I have included the lesson plan with the readers' theater, so all you have to do it print and enjoy! I used this Readers’ Theater with my fourth graders. It was a springboard into our BIG IDEA topic of Environments, and it also led to great
Weather around the World Class Play This script is suitable for any year group in Key Stage II i.e. years 3, 4, 5 and 6. The text and concepts are generally simple with examples of Polar, Tropical and Temperate climate zones. Duration Around 15
As you study the different water environments, especially oceans, rivers, lakes, ponds, and estuaries, this readers theatre will be a way for students to learn and review the characteristics of each in a new way. Students will be able to take on
“How Birds Fly” is a short life science play exploring the phenomenon of bird flight, covering basic bird anatomy and physics of flight with particular reference to feathers, wing shape and flight pattern. Playscript contains full set, stage,
“Sources of Energy” is a short earth science play introducing the concept of energy storage and transfer, along with terms including potential and kinetic energy, thermal energy, solar energy, radiation, conduction and convection. Playscript
“Recycling: Taming the Plastic Monster!” is a short science play introducing recycling — specifically the theory and process of recycling plastic — and explores related topics of pollution, landfills, toxins and the impact of recycling on the