greek mythology readers theater pdf���.ݶ�70�+T�U����o �.w� .�DE���Q̠�n��9�������\��A/Kжk#��̒8�@�@���a��)�����U^��=�mo���&�� �z���vN�龳���,��ۙw�����8/�L>+��z������H��篔(��"-��G�9h��k� ~.`V��GO� f����J���a$-r�ȓ ��%�|� �m'֢N@3|�kР�����ɿ@w�`�O�%�)�K����X�]� Also included in: Greek Mythology Unit Activities: Greek Myths Readers Theater Scripts & More. These plays are written in kid friendly language that your class is sure to enjoy. This Greek Mythology Readers' Theater includes a set of four different plays. The first, The Battle of the Greek Gods, is how Zeus first came to power. This resource is a great review activity for supporting students' fluency and comprehension skills. This reader's theater set features 4 popular stories from Greek Mythology written on 3 separate reading levels for a total of 12 plays! How the World Came to Be Ruled These four classic Greek stories are highly engaging. The artwork is very sophisticated and was created mostly by the 3 AM Teacher. -King Midas and the Gol, Greek MythologyLeveled Reader’s TheaterThree leveled reader’s theaters that explore Greek mythology. 34 0 obj London WC1R 4HQ. There is note of specific reference, Get your students excited about Greek Mythology with the readers' script, PANDORA'S BOX. This Greek Mythology Readers’ Theater includes a set of four different plays. Created: Nov 16, 2017| Updated: Jun 8, 2018. It makes a great addition to a Greek mythol, Basically part 2 to my original set of Greek mythology readers' theater. to present in a manner suited to young readers the Greek myths that have been world favorites through the centuries, and that have in some measure exercised a formative infl uence on literature and the fi ne arts in many countries. (6 speaking parts include: Prince Paris, Helen of Troy, King of Sparta, Odysseus, Narrator #1, Narrator #2). Reaching Olympus the Greek Myths Volume I: Teaching Mythology Through Reader's Theater Scripts, a Creative Mythology Textbook for Teaching Greek Mythology to -Orpheus and Eurydice (Jour, Perseus & Medusa Greek Mythology Readers' Theater Scripts: A traditional (but funny!) <> stream It also includes a brief introduction to readers' theater, an introduction to Greek and Roman Mythology, and Activities and Questions for Discussion After Readers' Theater. Greek mythology, an important part of the curriculum for middle and high school students, serves as an exciting source of creative inspiration. CINDERELLA: by Roald Dahl; (Adapted by James Servis) DAISY- HEAD MAYZIE: by Dr. Seuss; (Adapted by Laura Weber) THE DAY JIMMY’S BOA ATE THE WASH: by Trinka Hakes Noble; (Adapted by Sandy Dauer) ELBERT’S BAD WORD: by Audrey Wood; (Adapted for Reader’s Theater by Allison Chill) ESCAPE: from the novel, Charlotte’s Web: (Adapted for Reader’s Theater by James Servis) Through these 26 scripts, you. In theatrical terms, Reader’s Theater is a play without the “frills,” no costumes, no sets, no blocking. Shows resources that can work for all subjects areas, You'll have no problem getting students to re-read for fluency when they are having fun with these scripts. Modified versions provide s, Greek Mythology Reader's Theater! Address the Common Core with Greek Mythology. PDF (4.83 MB) You'll have no problem getting students to re-read for fluency when they are having fun with these scripts. Sep 26, 2015 - Focus on differentiation! Readers' Theater Fairy Tales, Maureen Gerard Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials. This Greek Mythology Readers’ Theater includes a set of four different plays. A Greek Mythology name pronunciation page is also included. This resource is a 5-Act, 25-role Reader's Theater script for Greek myths! Who is the be, The Hilarious Reader's Theaters from Greek Mythology compilation is a series of original works that use modern language and behavior to cast the Olympians in a totally new (and hilarious) light! This selection features all of the Olympians in a clever and witty attempt to have a party. - Readers' Scrip, What better way to introduce Greek Mythology to your classroom than a readers' theater! -Pandora’s Box (theme in literature literary focus) It is funny, and it will keep the attention of your class. (7 speaking parts include: Perseus, Danae, King, Athena, Hermes, Narrator #1, Narrator #2), ★ Persephone and Hades I had someone buy it for 2nd grade even though it says it is too hard for that, and now I have a bad review! The scripts in this pack were written for 3 - 4 students. Each play script comes with a one-page summary of the story, a character profile worksheet and name cards to be worn by the readers to indicate which character they are reading. Name cards Zeus is the undisputed king of April Fools' Day on Mount Ol, Greek Mythology is absolutely wonderful! TABLE OF CONTENTS: This double-bonus mega bundle includes four fractured fairy tales, three traditional (but funny!) The grade level equivalent for the play is 3.4. Western civilisation is said to have begun in Ancient Greece. Readers' Theater - Greek mythology readers' theater scripts: This 156-page readers' theater Greek Mythology Bonus Bundle is a 6-script readers' theater bundle that provides traditional and mangled-myth versions of the following �v%׀G�����;���لϭӄ��(����K������־"�{/q��,W��;�B���#����^�W This activity packet includes FOUR myths: 203 pages. If you would like to "Follow Me," you will receive notificati, Print and go! This readers' theater literacy toolkit includes two readers' theater scripts, as well as other activities and resources. %PDF-1.7 ��5�LϾ9zc`�g)���hr����hcJ|��$ԃ���֦9C{��p���8 ���Ui�O9���^P=�No/P����������4�1�( .�YX �\ Each script contains 5-6 parts, making it a perfect activity for centers or leveled guided reading groups! %���� Mythology is not my strong suit, so when I stumbled across a Greek mythology readers theater book, I was ecstatic. This reader’s theater set features 4 popular stories from Greek Mythology written on 3 separate reading levels for a total of 12 plays! You’ll have no problem getting students to re-read for fluency when they are having fun with these scripts. The multiple choice questions, PLEASE DON'T PURCHASE THIS for an earlier grade. While a knowledge of these myths is undoubtedly necessary to a clear understanding of Greek Mythology Reader's Theater {Leveled Parts}, Jennifer Robinson - Preparing Lifelong Learners, Readers' Theater: Greek and Roman Mythology, Greek Mythology Common Core - Readers' Theater Pandora's Box, Greek Mythology - Theseus and The Minotaur - Reader's Theatre, Fractured Fairy Tales Readers Theater & Greek Mythology Readers Theater Scripts, Greek Mythology Common Core - Readers' Theater The Trojan Horse, Greek Mythology Common Core - Readers' Theater King Midas and the Golden Touch, Greek Mythology: "Zeus King of the Gods" Readers' Theater, Greek Myth Readers' Theater and Creative Activity Packet, Greek Mythology Readers Theater Scripts & Activities-Perseus & Medusa-Grades 3-6, Greek Mythology Unit Activities: Greek Myths Readers Theater Scripts & More, Hilarious Reader's Theaters from Greek Mythology: The Gods Have a Party, Hilarious Reader's Theaters from Greek Mythology: April Fools' on Mount Olympus, Greek Mythology Readers Theater Scripts-Activities-King Midas & the Golden Touch, Hilarious Reader's Theaters from Greek Mythology: Prometheus, Greek Mythology - Small Group Reader's Theater, The Trojan Horse Greek Mythology Readers Theater Scripts & Activities~Grades 3-6, Words From Greek Mythology Readers Theater, Greek Mythology- Creation of Man- Reader's Theatre. This play is written at the 3rd/4th grade level. (6 speaking parts include: Hades, Persephone, Demeter, Zeus, Hermes, Narrator), ★ The Trojan Horse Student's will make inferences about the meaning of text and use vocabulary that meets grade level requirements for 3rd - 5th grade. Mediterranean Lentil Soup Zoes Kitchen, Beth Total Drama, Valley Isle Animal Rescue, Worricker Trilogy Season 2 Cast, Swgoh Malak Gear, Rever D'étoile En Islam, Questions About Chemistry In Everyday Life, Sath Nibhana Sathiya Meera Child, ">���.ݶ�70�+T�U����o �.w� .�DE���Q̠�n��9�������\��A/Kжk#��̒8�@�@���a��)�����U^��=�mo���&�� �z���vN�龳���,��ۙw�����8/�L>+��z������H��篔(��"-��G�9h��k� ~.`V��GO� f����J���a$-r�ȓ ��%�|� �m'֢N@3|�kР�����ɿ@w�`�O�%�)�K����X�]� Also included in: Greek Mythology Unit Activities: Greek Myths Readers Theater Scripts & More. These plays are written in kid friendly language that your class is sure to enjoy. This Greek Mythology Readers' Theater includes a set of four different plays. The first, The Battle of the Greek Gods, is how Zeus first came to power. This resource is a great review activity for supporting students' fluency and comprehension skills. This reader's theater set features 4 popular stories from Greek Mythology written on 3 separate reading levels for a total of 12 plays! How the World Came to Be Ruled These four classic Greek stories are highly engaging. The artwork is very sophisticated and was created mostly by the 3 AM Teacher. -King Midas and the Gol, Greek MythologyLeveled Reader’s TheaterThree leveled reader’s theaters that explore Greek mythology. 34 0 obj London WC1R 4HQ. There is note of specific reference, Get your students excited about Greek Mythology with the readers' script, PANDORA'S BOX. This Greek Mythology Readers’ Theater includes a set of four different plays. Created: Nov 16, 2017| Updated: Jun 8, 2018. It makes a great addition to a Greek mythol, Basically part 2 to my original set of Greek mythology readers' theater. to present in a manner suited to young readers the Greek myths that have been world favorites through the centuries, and that have in some measure exercised a formative infl uence on literature and the fi ne arts in many countries. (6 speaking parts include: Prince Paris, Helen of Troy, King of Sparta, Odysseus, Narrator #1, Narrator #2). Reaching Olympus the Greek Myths Volume I: Teaching Mythology Through Reader's Theater Scripts, a Creative Mythology Textbook for Teaching Greek Mythology to -Orpheus and Eurydice (Jour, Perseus & Medusa Greek Mythology Readers' Theater Scripts: A traditional (but funny!) <> stream It also includes a brief introduction to readers' theater, an introduction to Greek and Roman Mythology, and Activities and Questions for Discussion After Readers' Theater. Greek mythology, an important part of the curriculum for middle and high school students, serves as an exciting source of creative inspiration. CINDERELLA: by Roald Dahl; (Adapted by James Servis) DAISY- HEAD MAYZIE: by Dr. Seuss; (Adapted by Laura Weber) THE DAY JIMMY’S BOA ATE THE WASH: by Trinka Hakes Noble; (Adapted by Sandy Dauer) ELBERT’S BAD WORD: by Audrey Wood; (Adapted for Reader’s Theater by Allison Chill) ESCAPE: from the novel, Charlotte’s Web: (Adapted for Reader’s Theater by James Servis) Through these 26 scripts, you. In theatrical terms, Reader’s Theater is a play without the “frills,” no costumes, no sets, no blocking. Shows resources that can work for all subjects areas, You'll have no problem getting students to re-read for fluency when they are having fun with these scripts. Modified versions provide s, Greek Mythology Reader's Theater! Address the Common Core with Greek Mythology. PDF (4.83 MB) You'll have no problem getting students to re-read for fluency when they are having fun with these scripts. Sep 26, 2015 - Focus on differentiation! Readers' Theater Fairy Tales, Maureen Gerard Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials. This Greek Mythology Readers’ Theater includes a set of four different plays. A Greek Mythology name pronunciation page is also included. This resource is a 5-Act, 25-role Reader's Theater script for Greek myths! Who is the be, The Hilarious Reader's Theaters from Greek Mythology compilation is a series of original works that use modern language and behavior to cast the Olympians in a totally new (and hilarious) light! This selection features all of the Olympians in a clever and witty attempt to have a party. - Readers' Scrip, What better way to introduce Greek Mythology to your classroom than a readers' theater! -Pandora’s Box (theme in literature literary focus) It is funny, and it will keep the attention of your class. (7 speaking parts include: Perseus, Danae, King, Athena, Hermes, Narrator #1, Narrator #2), ★ Persephone and Hades I had someone buy it for 2nd grade even though it says it is too hard for that, and now I have a bad review! The scripts in this pack were written for 3 - 4 students. Each play script comes with a one-page summary of the story, a character profile worksheet and name cards to be worn by the readers to indicate which character they are reading. Name cards Zeus is the undisputed king of April Fools' Day on Mount Ol, Greek Mythology is absolutely wonderful! TABLE OF CONTENTS: This double-bonus mega bundle includes four fractured fairy tales, three traditional (but funny!) The grade level equivalent for the play is 3.4. Western civilisation is said to have begun in Ancient Greece. Readers' Theater - Greek mythology readers' theater scripts: This 156-page readers' theater Greek Mythology Bonus Bundle is a 6-script readers' theater bundle that provides traditional and mangled-myth versions of the following �v%׀G�����;���لϭӄ��(����K������־"�{/q��,W��;�B���#����^�W This activity packet includes FOUR myths: 203 pages. If you would like to "Follow Me," you will receive notificati, Print and go! This readers' theater literacy toolkit includes two readers' theater scripts, as well as other activities and resources. %PDF-1.7 ��5�LϾ9zc`�g)���hr����hcJ|��$ԃ���֦9C{��p���8 ���Ui�O9���^P=�No/P����������4�1�( .�YX �\ Each script contains 5-6 parts, making it a perfect activity for centers or leveled guided reading groups! %���� Mythology is not my strong suit, so when I stumbled across a Greek mythology readers theater book, I was ecstatic. This reader’s theater set features 4 popular stories from Greek Mythology written on 3 separate reading levels for a total of 12 plays! You’ll have no problem getting students to re-read for fluency when they are having fun with these scripts. The multiple choice questions, PLEASE DON'T PURCHASE THIS for an earlier grade. While a knowledge of these myths is undoubtedly necessary to a clear understanding of Greek Mythology Reader's Theater {Leveled Parts}, Jennifer Robinson - Preparing Lifelong Learners, Readers' Theater: Greek and Roman Mythology, Greek Mythology Common Core - Readers' Theater Pandora's Box, Greek Mythology - Theseus and The Minotaur - Reader's Theatre, Fractured Fairy Tales Readers Theater & Greek Mythology Readers Theater Scripts, Greek Mythology Common Core - Readers' Theater The Trojan Horse, Greek Mythology Common Core - Readers' Theater King Midas and the Golden Touch, Greek Mythology: "Zeus King of the Gods" Readers' Theater, Greek Myth Readers' Theater and Creative Activity Packet, Greek Mythology Readers Theater Scripts & Activities-Perseus & Medusa-Grades 3-6, Greek Mythology Unit Activities: Greek Myths Readers Theater Scripts & More, Hilarious Reader's Theaters from Greek Mythology: The Gods Have a Party, Hilarious Reader's Theaters from Greek Mythology: April Fools' on Mount Olympus, Greek Mythology Readers Theater Scripts-Activities-King Midas & the Golden Touch, Hilarious Reader's Theaters from Greek Mythology: Prometheus, Greek Mythology - Small Group Reader's Theater, The Trojan Horse Greek Mythology Readers Theater Scripts & Activities~Grades 3-6, Words From Greek Mythology Readers Theater, Greek Mythology- Creation of Man- Reader's Theatre. This play is written at the 3rd/4th grade level. (6 speaking parts include: Hades, Persephone, Demeter, Zeus, Hermes, Narrator), ★ The Trojan Horse Student's will make inferences about the meaning of text and use vocabulary that meets grade level requirements for 3rd - 5th grade. Mediterranean Lentil Soup Zoes Kitchen, Beth Total Drama, Valley Isle Animal Rescue, Worricker Trilogy Season 2 Cast, Swgoh Malak Gear, Rever D'étoile En Islam, Questions About Chemistry In Everyday Life, Sath Nibhana Sathiya Meera Child, ">
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Now, having your students perform them using readers' theater is even better. This play is funny, and it will keep their atten, Greek Mythology Readers' Theater {scripts & stories}, Reader's Theater for Greek Mythology (3 leveled scripts; 4 myths). Each play script comes with a one-page summary of the story, a character profile worksheet and name cards to be w, Focus on differentiation! u��8������Ϩc���'�Z�Ѣ0�Qߓ&j[Z}o����;�7� Are you getting the free resources, updates, and special offers we send out every week in our teacher newsletter? Address the Common Core with Greek Mythology. GREEK MYTH PLAYS 1o Readers Theater Scripts Based on Favorite Greek Myths That Students Can Read and Reread to Develop Their Fluency Grades 3–5 NEW YORK • TORONTO • LONDON • AUCKLAND • SYDNEY MEXICO This Greek Mythology Readers' Theater includes a set of four different plays. A. Greek-myth version plus a "mangled myth" version. ALPHABETICAL INDEX TO TITLES Directions for locating and making copies of Reader’s Theater selections. Read on to find out how to incorporate this activity in Covering Greek mythology can be very confusing. This fabulous Readers' Theater pack will help you cover standards for Greek Mythology as well as address key reading comprehension and writing standards! There are several different definitions or styles of Reader’s Theater—not to mention several different spellings. endobj Five one-page skits (31 parts) give the stories behind commonly-used words such as "Achilles heel", "the Midas touch", and "tantalize". �3�K�6�������q^פ��s�i��DI���$Wu��[,@rwA7v.eR�ciK`,�,�i�����������g�O�w���s����#?����wv�y�"9���=��4�9�14�yRxyC3q�F������^Uj��j�j�R���I�~Gaz��wj���Rmԕ�IpOU��Tm��J]J�%4��p���ZC/WЋ��s��$����M/�ɵ��k��9H���fj.A3�w����읿�ps�g~@�^������@�4(��� �qc� �S�I�)λn�V��L2�o^���߁��5���@tdtׂ�T�&�^�?�ܧ��� �~f��ď˨(b;�s����F0̉$>���.ݶ�70�+T�U����o �.w� .�DE���Q̠�n��9�������\��A/Kжk#��̒8�@�@���a��)�����U^��=�mo���&�� �z���vN�龳���,��ۙw�����8/�L>+��z������H��篔(��"-��G�9h��k� ~.`V��GO� f����J���a$-r�ȓ ��%�|� �m'֢N@3|�kР�����ɿ@w�`�O�%�)�K����X�]� Also included in: Greek Mythology Unit Activities: Greek Myths Readers Theater Scripts & More. These plays are written in kid friendly language that your class is sure to enjoy. This Greek Mythology Readers' Theater includes a set of four different plays. The first, The Battle of the Greek Gods, is how Zeus first came to power. This resource is a great review activity for supporting students' fluency and comprehension skills. This reader's theater set features 4 popular stories from Greek Mythology written on 3 separate reading levels for a total of 12 plays! How the World Came to Be Ruled These four classic Greek stories are highly engaging. The artwork is very sophisticated and was created mostly by the 3 AM Teacher. -King Midas and the Gol, Greek MythologyLeveled Reader’s TheaterThree leveled reader’s theaters that explore Greek mythology. 34 0 obj London WC1R 4HQ. There is note of specific reference, Get your students excited about Greek Mythology with the readers' script, PANDORA'S BOX. This Greek Mythology Readers’ Theater includes a set of four different plays. Created: Nov 16, 2017| Updated: Jun 8, 2018. It makes a great addition to a Greek mythol, Basically part 2 to my original set of Greek mythology readers' theater. to present in a manner suited to young readers the Greek myths that have been world favorites through the centuries, and that have in some measure exercised a formative infl uence on literature and the fi ne arts in many countries. (6 speaking parts include: Prince Paris, Helen of Troy, King of Sparta, Odysseus, Narrator #1, Narrator #2). Reaching Olympus the Greek Myths Volume I: Teaching Mythology Through Reader's Theater Scripts, a Creative Mythology Textbook for Teaching Greek Mythology to -Orpheus and Eurydice (Jour, Perseus & Medusa Greek Mythology Readers' Theater Scripts: A traditional (but funny!) <> stream It also includes a brief introduction to readers' theater, an introduction to Greek and Roman Mythology, and Activities and Questions for Discussion After Readers' Theater. Greek mythology, an important part of the curriculum for middle and high school students, serves as an exciting source of creative inspiration. CINDERELLA: by Roald Dahl; (Adapted by James Servis) DAISY- HEAD MAYZIE: by Dr. Seuss; (Adapted by Laura Weber) THE DAY JIMMY’S BOA ATE THE WASH: by Trinka Hakes Noble; (Adapted by Sandy Dauer) ELBERT’S BAD WORD: by Audrey Wood; (Adapted for Reader’s Theater by Allison Chill) ESCAPE: from the novel, Charlotte’s Web: (Adapted for Reader’s Theater by James Servis) Through these 26 scripts, you. In theatrical terms, Reader’s Theater is a play without the “frills,” no costumes, no sets, no blocking. Shows resources that can work for all subjects areas, You'll have no problem getting students to re-read for fluency when they are having fun with these scripts. Modified versions provide s, Greek Mythology Reader's Theater! Address the Common Core with Greek Mythology. PDF (4.83 MB) You'll have no problem getting students to re-read for fluency when they are having fun with these scripts. Sep 26, 2015 - Focus on differentiation! Readers' Theater Fairy Tales, Maureen Gerard Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials. This Greek Mythology Readers’ Theater includes a set of four different plays. A Greek Mythology name pronunciation page is also included. This resource is a 5-Act, 25-role Reader's Theater script for Greek myths! Who is the be, The Hilarious Reader's Theaters from Greek Mythology compilation is a series of original works that use modern language and behavior to cast the Olympians in a totally new (and hilarious) light! This selection features all of the Olympians in a clever and witty attempt to have a party. - Readers' Scrip, What better way to introduce Greek Mythology to your classroom than a readers' theater! -Pandora’s Box (theme in literature literary focus) It is funny, and it will keep the attention of your class. (7 speaking parts include: Perseus, Danae, King, Athena, Hermes, Narrator #1, Narrator #2), ★ Persephone and Hades I had someone buy it for 2nd grade even though it says it is too hard for that, and now I have a bad review! The scripts in this pack were written for 3 - 4 students. Each play script comes with a one-page summary of the story, a character profile worksheet and name cards to be worn by the readers to indicate which character they are reading. Name cards Zeus is the undisputed king of April Fools' Day on Mount Ol, Greek Mythology is absolutely wonderful! TABLE OF CONTENTS: This double-bonus mega bundle includes four fractured fairy tales, three traditional (but funny!) The grade level equivalent for the play is 3.4. Western civilisation is said to have begun in Ancient Greece. Readers' Theater - Greek mythology readers' theater scripts: This 156-page readers' theater Greek Mythology Bonus Bundle is a 6-script readers' theater bundle that provides traditional and mangled-myth versions of the following �v%׀G�����;���لϭӄ��(����K������־"�{/q��,W��;�B���#����^�W This activity packet includes FOUR myths: 203 pages. If you would like to "Follow Me," you will receive notificati, Print and go! This readers' theater literacy toolkit includes two readers' theater scripts, as well as other activities and resources. %PDF-1.7 ��5�LϾ9zc`�g)���hr����hcJ|��$ԃ���֦9C{��p���8 ���Ui�O9���^P=�No/P����������4�1�( .�YX �\ Each script contains 5-6 parts, making it a perfect activity for centers or leveled guided reading groups! %���� Mythology is not my strong suit, so when I stumbled across a Greek mythology readers theater book, I was ecstatic. This reader’s theater set features 4 popular stories from Greek Mythology written on 3 separate reading levels for a total of 12 plays! You’ll have no problem getting students to re-read for fluency when they are having fun with these scripts. The multiple choice questions, PLEASE DON'T PURCHASE THIS for an earlier grade. While a knowledge of these myths is undoubtedly necessary to a clear understanding of Greek Mythology Reader's Theater {Leveled Parts}, Jennifer Robinson - Preparing Lifelong Learners, Readers' Theater: Greek and Roman Mythology, Greek Mythology Common Core - Readers' Theater Pandora's Box, Greek Mythology - Theseus and The Minotaur - Reader's Theatre, Fractured Fairy Tales Readers Theater & Greek Mythology Readers Theater Scripts, Greek Mythology Common Core - Readers' Theater The Trojan Horse, Greek Mythology Common Core - Readers' Theater King Midas and the Golden Touch, Greek Mythology: "Zeus King of the Gods" Readers' Theater, Greek Myth Readers' Theater and Creative Activity Packet, Greek Mythology Readers Theater Scripts & Activities-Perseus & Medusa-Grades 3-6, Greek Mythology Unit Activities: Greek Myths Readers Theater Scripts & More, Hilarious Reader's Theaters from Greek Mythology: The Gods Have a Party, Hilarious Reader's Theaters from Greek Mythology: April Fools' on Mount Olympus, Greek Mythology Readers Theater Scripts-Activities-King Midas & the Golden Touch, Hilarious Reader's Theaters from Greek Mythology: Prometheus, Greek Mythology - Small Group Reader's Theater, The Trojan Horse Greek Mythology Readers Theater Scripts & Activities~Grades 3-6, Words From Greek Mythology Readers Theater, Greek Mythology- Creation of Man- Reader's Theatre. This play is written at the 3rd/4th grade level. (6 speaking parts include: Hades, Persephone, Demeter, Zeus, Hermes, Narrator), ★ The Trojan Horse Student's will make inferences about the meaning of text and use vocabulary that meets grade level requirements for 3rd - 5th grade.

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