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Using If You Take A Mouse To School Reader’s Theater, students act out different parts in the story in this beloved story to build their reading fluency and accuracy skills.
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 build their speaking skills.
This Reader’s Theater has two characters in it. Students can read from the provided script to tell the story of this lovable mouse.
If you are using this Reader’s Theater, your students are probably learning about Fluency.
Use this Asking Sentences Activity 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 If You Take A Mouse To School Reader’s Theater.
Be sure to check out more Fluency Activities.
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