Choose one of the prompts below (or create your own!) and write the opening paragraph of an original story.
What's more fun that reading a great story? Seeing that story come to life! Readers' theater allows readers of all ages to make stories come off the page using dynamic reading, body language and acting. No costumes, sets or lines to memorize. All you have to do is read a simple story aloud (with feeling!) and have fun.
There are many different resources available online where you can find readers' theater scripts. Be careful--many of these sites want you to pay for access to the scripts and some websites are not secure. Below, we have linked to two trusted sources where you can find free, easy to download scripts to use.
Don't want to download a script? No problem! Any of your favorite books at home can become readers' theater scripts by following a few tips:
Thank you to Abrams Books for Young Readers for allowing us to share this story with you. Join Ms. Cristina as she shares an inspiring story about a young girl who uses her passion for engineering to solve problems in her life..