Practice fluency in a fun and engaging way with these readers' theater scripts! There are five different plays covering a variety of student interests including: superheroes, football, cheerleading, and mysterious happenings on Friday the 13th. There is also a variety of difficulty of roles in the scripts to meet the needs of all your students!
-There are five readers' theater scripts, each with five parts (25 total roles)
-Each script is four pages long (performance time: approximately 10 minutes each)
-The five scripts contain a total of 7 female-specific roles, 6 male-specific roles, and 12 gender-neutrally named roles (including narrators) across the span of the five plays for maximum flexibility to meet the needs of your class.
-Helpful information and notes for the teacher are included to aid in the process of matching students with appropriate roles (difficulty of lines, amount of lines, etc.)
PLAY TITLES AND SHORT DESCRIPTIONS
THREE CHEERS FOR TEAMWORK!
Four cheerleading captains have different opinions about their dance routine for their homecoming game halftime performance. Will they get their problem resolved in time for the big game?
THE HOMECOMING MYSTERY
Friends Ty, Freddy, and Jake are getting ready for the big homecoming football game. All is going well until the boys overhear Coach Mendoza telling Freddy’s parents something that he doesn’t want Freddy to know about.
THE FEARLESS FOUR
Four superhero friends need a way to make some money. Will they be able to make money and save the day at the same time?
Three friends have an odd experience on Friday the 13th when they find themselves in a wizard’s lair. How did they get there? And will they ever get to go home?
THE DAY THE TWINS DISAPPEARED
Twins Adam and Ava turn invisible on Friday the 13th. How did they get in this predicament, and what will they do while they are invisible at school?
Feel free to check out the preview for a short sample from each script!
I am happy to answer questions if you have any before purchasing.