Add a little drama to your class! Seven fables are written as plays. You can use them for reader’s theater, short skits, or full-blown performances with costumes and props.
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Reproducible scripts for seven plays are included. Click on PREVIEW to see the entire set.
• “The Boy Who Cried Wolf”
– Seven characters: a shepherd boy, the master, the pastor, the merchant, the baker, the butcher, and the wolf
• “The Crow and the Fox”
– three characters: a crow, her daughter, and a fox
• “The Crow and the Pitcher”
– two characters: a crow and a sparrow
• “The Miller, His Son, and Their Donkey”
– fourteen characters: the miller, his son, three maidens, three old men, three young men, the mayor and his assistant, and the donkey
• “The Pot of Gold”
– five characters: the farmer, his three sons, and the merchant
• “The Wolf and the Goat”
– three characters: white wolf, gray wolf, and a young goat
• “The Wolf and the Horse”
– seven or more characters: wolf, horse, master, maid, boy, and neighbors
All plays, based on Aesop’s Fables, have been adapted from Children’s Classics in Dramatic Form, Books 1 and 2, by Augusta Stevenson Published in 1908 and 1909, the texts are now in the public domain.