I hope you have fun with this Reader's Theater adapted from Super Fly Guy by Tedd Arnold. It has roles for six students. I also include the word ALL so that children have to continually pay attention throughout the script in order to read in unison. This not only prevents a child with a smaller role from feeling left out or unimportant but helps increase their reading ability by following along when more difficult roles are being read.
Reader's Theaters are a great way to promote children's love of reading. They are fun, and they allow children to interact with each other in order to "tell" a story.
I have included name labels to make headbands or necklaces if you wish to perform this Reader's Theater for your class or another classroom or even the principal!
Have fun! Feel free to change anything that you would like!
*Thanks to MyCuteGraphics for the clip art!
**If you like this Reader's Theater, you might like:
Hi! Fly Guy
There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed Fly Guy
I Spy Fly Guy
I also have a puppet pattern for Fly Guy that the students have had lots of fun making!
Thank you so much!