By Anthony D. Fredericks
Readers theatre remains to be well liked by academics and librarians endeavoring to augment examining fluency. funny scripts are really well known. in additional Tadpole stories and different absolutely marvelous Treats for Readers Theatre, bestselling writer Tony Fredericks provides all-new scripts in line with fractured fairy and people stories. development at the pleasant and wildly funny tales of his Tadpole stories and different completely remarkable Treats for Readers Theatre, Fredericks deals greater than dozen reproducible, satirical, and downright humorous scripts that might reinvigorate and reenergize the user-friendly language arts curriculum. in particular precise at starting readers, his sidesplitting send-ups and wacky, fractured stories are absolute to convey snickers, chuckles, and stomach laughs into any lecture room, get every person concerned with production—and inspire little ones to like examining.
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YUMMMMMMMMMM! BIG BAD PIG: Hey, stop looking at me that way you guys. [backing away] This isn’t the way the story is supposed to turn out. [frantic] The writer was supposed to make me big and bad, not the other way around. [more frantic] Anyway, what did I ever do to you guys? [backing away as the Narrator and the three wolves begin approaching] FIRST SQUIRREL: [licking lips] YUMMMMMM!. SECOND SQUIRREL: [rubbing hands together] YUMMMMMM! YUMMMMMM! THIRD SQUIRREL: [wild-eyed] YUMMY! YUMMY! YUMMY!
NARRATOR: I guess you’ll just have to find yourself another story. Why don’t you go over to Little Red Riding Hood’s house? Maybe she and her granny will invite you over for dinner. Maybe they’ll even have YOU for dinner. Yum yum, pork chops for dinner with lots and lots of gravy and lots and lots of mashed potatoes and lots and lots of coconut custard pie. YUM, YUM! Maybe we’ll even have you for dinner. Doesn’t that sound good, boys? FIRST SQUIRREL: YEAH! That does sound good. SECOND SQUIRREL: It sounds really good!
SMART: Can’t you hold on to anything? BO-PEEP: It just seems that everything I touch seems to vanish. MR. SMART: What are we going to do with you? CLARENCE: I know. Why don’t we tie a string around her finger or something like that? PENNY: Maybe we could write a note. And maybe we could put the note in Bo-Peep’s pocket. 40 BO-PEEP: But what if I leave the note in my pocket? What if my mother washes my shirt with the note in it? CLARENCE: Hmmm. I guess that won’t work. SHEEP: BAAAAA, BAAAAA, BAAAAA!