An Elementary School Play: Lessons Learned from Fairy Tales
About This Product
An Elementary School Play: Lessons Learned from Fairy Tales is a very extensive play written with 28 speaking parts. Originally written for upper elementary students in 3rd-5th grades, it certainly can be used with other grade levels. The play needs 5 different settings so it also encourages creative design and thought to manage the flow of the performance. A complete Teacher Guide loaded with suggestions and ideas to assist with ease of teacher preparation will certainly be a great resource.
Play Synopsis: Danny, his two sisters, and their friends discover a book in the attic. Upon reading it, they are whisked into various fairy tales. All this and lessons learned along the way… Come along into the Land of Oz, the forest with Snow White, the workshop of Geppetto and Pinocchio, and Neverland where kids never grow up. It was fun on the journey but the kids finally returned home with valuable lessons learned. But, Danny, please don’t start reading Volume II until another day!
The 19-page learning resource is readily available in a pdf format. Look for a wide variety of Sue Peterson's original plays sold individually or in bundles on teachsimple.com
Your children will look forward to learning even more lessons!