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More tadpole tales and other totally terrific treats for readers theatre [electronic resource] / Anthony D. Fredericks.

By: Fredericks, Anthony D.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Readers theatre series: Publisher: Santa Barbara, Calif. : Libraries Unlimited, c2010Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 146 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9781598843835 (electronic bk.); 1598843834 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Readers' theater | Mother Goose -- Parodies, imitations, etc | Fairy tales -- Parodies, imitations, etc | SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Folklore & Mythology | Fine ArtsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: More tadpole tales and other totally terrific treats for readers theatre.DDC classification: 398.2 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Cover -- Contents -- Preface -- Introduction -- Part I -- Chapter 1: Getting Started With Readers Theatre -- Chapter 2: Performing Readers Theatre for An Audience -- Part II -- Peter, Peter (The Pumpkin-Eater) Gets Some New Stories -- One, Two, My Face Is Blue -- Mary and Her Lamb Break a Rule -- It'S Raining, It'S Pouring -- A Bunch of Mice on a Clock -- Three Squirrels + One Bad Pig -- Little Bo-Peep Forgets a Lot of Stuff -- Hey Diddle, Diddle -- The Boy in Blue -- On Top of Spaghetti -- Round and Round and Round and Round -- Peter Piper and His Pickled Peppers -- Little Red Riding Hood'S New Adventure -- The Old Woman and All Those Kids -- The Hip-Hop Humpty Dumpty (By Ll Cool Egg) -- Goldilocks and the Three Gorillas -- A Very Strange Tale About a Very Strange Boy -- Some Story Characters Get Really, Really Mad (And I Mean Totally Mad!) -- Part III -- The Little Green Tadpole -- One Day in the Swamp -- The Three Tadpoles and the Big Ugly Fish -- Mama and Papa Tadpole -- A Tale of Two Tadpoles -- Part IV -- All Cracked Up! -- The Mouse and the Clock -- Do Your Ears Hang Low? -- Snow White and Her "Attitude" -- Jack and the Very Tall Bean Plant -- Chicken Little Gets Really Crazy -- Appendixes -- Index -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J -- L -- M -- O -- P -- R -- S -- T -- V -- W.
Summary: Nine out of ten principals think that there should be more readers theatre in the classroom. Nine out of ten classroom teachers are delighted when their students giggle their way through language arts. Most important, nine out of ten students like to laugh. What better way could there be to turn young children into lifelong readers?
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Cover -- Contents -- Preface -- Introduction -- Part I -- Chapter 1: Getting Started With Readers Theatre -- Chapter 2: Performing Readers Theatre for An Audience -- Part II -- Peter, Peter (The Pumpkin-Eater) Gets Some New Stories -- One, Two, My Face Is Blue -- Mary and Her Lamb Break a Rule -- It'S Raining, It'S Pouring -- A Bunch of Mice on a Clock -- Three Squirrels + One Bad Pig -- Little Bo-Peep Forgets a Lot of Stuff -- Hey Diddle, Diddle -- The Boy in Blue -- On Top of Spaghetti -- Round and Round and Round and Round -- Peter Piper and His Pickled Peppers -- Little Red Riding Hood'S New Adventure -- The Old Woman and All Those Kids -- The Hip-Hop Humpty Dumpty (By Ll Cool Egg) -- Goldilocks and the Three Gorillas -- A Very Strange Tale About a Very Strange Boy -- Some Story Characters Get Really, Really Mad (And I Mean Totally Mad!) -- Part III -- The Little Green Tadpole -- One Day in the Swamp -- The Three Tadpoles and the Big Ugly Fish -- Mama and Papa Tadpole -- A Tale of Two Tadpoles -- Part IV -- All Cracked Up! -- The Mouse and the Clock -- Do Your Ears Hang Low? -- Snow White and Her "Attitude" -- Jack and the Very Tall Bean Plant -- Chicken Little Gets Really Crazy -- Appendixes -- Index -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J -- L -- M -- O -- P -- R -- S -- T -- V -- W.

Nine out of ten principals think that there should be more readers theatre in the classroom. Nine out of ten classroom teachers are delighted when their students giggle their way through language arts. Most important, nine out of ten students like to laugh. What better way could there be to turn young children into lifelong readers?

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