Green Eggs and Ham Reader’s Theater


How to teach Reader’s Theater

Using Green Eggs and Ham Reader’s Theater, students act out different parts in the story Green Eggs and Hall to learn more about Dr. Seuss.

Reader’s Theaters are a fun way for students to practice reading out loud with accuracy and fluency. This reader’s theater helps your students to also learn about Dr. Seuss!

There are exactly 50 different words in this script. Great for fluency practice!

Other resources to use with this Green Eggs and Ham Reader’s Theater

If you are using this Reader’s Theater, your students are probably learning about Dr. Seuss.

Use this Dr. Seuss Character Matching Worksheet as an additional resource for your students.

Introduce this Reader’s Theater by reviewing different ways to read fluently. Make it fun for kids. You can be super silly with your rate and voice. Next, assign students roles and give them a chance to practice their lines. Then, students act out their part in the Green Eggs and Ham Reader’s Theater!

Be sure to check out more Dr. Seuss Worksheets.

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