By Anthony D. Fredericks
Readers theatre remains to be well liked by academics and librarians endeavoring to reinforce studying fluency. funny scripts are relatively favorite. in additional Tadpole stories and different completely excellent Treats for Readers Theatre, bestselling writer Tony Fredericks offers all-new scripts in accordance with fractured fairy and people stories. construction at the pleasant and wildly funny tales of his Tadpole stories and different completely wonderful Treats for Readers Theatre, Fredericks deals greater than dozen reproducible, satirical, and downright humorous scripts that may reinvigorate and reenergize the user-friendly language arts curriculum. particularly specific at starting readers, his sidesplitting send-ups and wacky, fractured stories are absolute to deliver snickers, chuckles, and stomach laughs into any school room, get each person concerned with production—and encourage teenagers to like studying.
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But one time he said he was so hungry that he could eat a horse. TOMMY: So, your father eats horses? TERRY: I don’t think so, but he sure does eat a lot! TEDDY: Maybe our friend here [points to “Old Man”] bumped his head. TOMMY: Why? 28 TEDDY: Well, I bumped my head once. TERRY: Did it make you snore? TEDDY: No, I don’t think so. But it sure did hurt. TOMMY: Maybe old people snore when they hit their heads. TERRY: Maybe they do. Old people do funny things. TEDDY: Yeah, like Tommy’s grandmother.
I’ll clean it up right now. I’ll never bring my lamb to school again. NARRATOR: Mary had a little lamb, Its fleece was white as snow. But in the classroom one bright day, The lamb just had to go. LAMB: BAAAAA, BAAAAA! NARRATOR: It made a mess upon the floor, So bad I cannot tell. And all the children held their nose. They couldn’t stand the smell. LAMB: BAAAAA, BAAAAA, BAAAAA! 26 It’s Raining, It’s Pouring STAGING: This story has no narrator. The characters should all be standing. Each one may stand at a lectern or simply holding her or his script.
NARRATOR 1: Here goes. From MORE Tadpole Tales and Other Totally Terrific Treats for Readers Theatre by Anthony D. Fredericks. Santa Barbara, CA: Libraries Unlimited. Copyright © 2010. 21 NARRATOR 2: Yeah, here goes. TIM: One, two, KIM: Buckle my shoe. ROY: Three, four, JOY: Knock at the door. TIM: Five, six, KIM: Pick up sticks. ROY: Seven, eight, JOY: Lay them straight. TIM: Nine, ten, KIM: A good fat hen. NARRATOR 1: OK, let’s do it again. NARRATOR 2: But this time we’ll change the words. NARRATOR 1: Are you ready?