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Reader's Theater "Snow Day At Last",1st Scene FREE, Reading Center & Activities

Reader's Theater "Snow Day At Last",1st Scene FREE, Reading Center & Activities
Reader's Theater "Snow Day At Last",1st Scene FREE, Reading Center & Activities
Reader's Theater "Snow Day At Last",1st Scene FREE, Reading Center & Activities
Reader's Theater "Snow Day At Last",1st Scene FREE, Reading Center & Activities
Reader's Theater "Snow Day At Last",1st Scene FREE, Reading Center & Activities
Reader's Theater "Snow Day At Last",1st Scene FREE, Reading Center & Activities
Reader's Theater "Snow Day At Last",1st Scene FREE, Reading Center & Activities
Reader's Theater "Snow Day At Last",1st Scene FREE, Reading Center & Activities
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Snow Day At Last (Winter Reading)
(Free 1st Scene And Reading Response)

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The full version is waiting for you in my store! THANKS :)

Reader's Theater
Scripts With Content
For Intermediate Readers

This Reader’s Theater Script is a great resource to use in your classroom in many ways: literature circles, partner read, centers, or teacher table.

Snow Day At Last will be divided into scenes. Each scene will have a reading response activity!

Scene1:
First: Read and Re Read (Fluency)
Next: Making Predictions, Answering & Asking Questions (Comprehension strategies)
Then: Synonyms & Alphabetize (Vocabulary Development)
Finally: Reflection & Visualization

Reading Literature:
CCSS. RL21,3.1,4.1,5.1
CCSS. RL 2.3,3.3,5.3
CCSS. RL 3.4,4.4
CCSS. RL 3.5,4.5,5.5
CCSS. RL 3.10,4.10,5.1

Reading Foundational Skills:
CCSS. RF 2.4,3.4,4.4,5.4

Speaking And Listening:
To include more of the Speaking and Listening Standards, have the students work in partners or small groups to discuss verbally the answers to the questions. Also have them do the activities together so that they can share ideas before writing them down.
CCSS. SL 21,3.1,4.1,5.1

Reader’s Theater is one of the best tools in the classroom to have students gain fluency, accuracy and comprehension in reading. It also reinforces listening skills, and teamwork.

I’m a bilingual teacher so all my plays will be written in English and Spanish so you can buy them separately in my store.

Hope you enjoy a little drama!

The RTShop



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18 pages
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