Eastern Woodland Native American Reader's Theater {Leveled Parts}

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Native American: Eastern Woodlands Reader's Theater with Leveled Parts

Three leveled reader’s theaters that describe various aspects of Eastern Woodland Native Americans’ culture and lifestyle. The first, The Creation of the Iroquois, is how the Iroquois believe they were created. The second, Henry’s Amazing Journey, is about a young boy who is magically transported to a Ojibwa village. The third, The Indians and the French, is about the European fur trade.

Leveled Parts

The Creation of the Iroquois •Narrator – 3rd Grade •Duck 1 – 1st Grade •Duck 2 – 2nd Grade •Fish 1 – 2nd Grade •Fish 3 – 2nd Grade •Turtle – 2nd Grade •Celestial Woman - 3rd Grade •Baby 1 – 2nd Grade •Baby 2 – 2nd Grade •Great Spirit – 3rd Grade

Henry’s Amazing Journey

•Narrator – 5th Grade •Henry – 1st Grade •Abequa – 1st Grade •Ayasha – 1st Grade •Igasho – 1st Grade

The Indians and the French

•Pierre – 2nd Grade •Narrator – 3rd Grade •Adrian – 2nd Grade •Jaques – 1st Grade •Kitchi – 2nd Grade


These are perfect for practicing reading fluency and for learning about Native Americans from the Eastern Woodlands regions.

Check out the preview for the first 2 pages of each play to see if they are just right for you and your classroom!

Total Pages
18 pages
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Teaching Duration
1 Week
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