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By Justin Mccory Martin

Scholars could have oodles of enjoyable construction crucial analyzing abilities with rib-tickling types of loved fairy stories become read-aloud performs! Even your so much reluctant readers won¹t have the ability to face up to those hilarious twists on their favourite stories‹ Spiderella, Goldilocks and the 3 Bullfrogs, The Popsicle Boy, Little overdue using Hood, The Cheetah and the Sloth, Rafunzel and plenty of extra! Plus: each one play comes entire with quick dialogue starters, vocabulary boosters, resourceful writing activates, and a short background of the fairy story.

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Stu’s Dad: Stu, I would like you to mow the lawn. You promised to do that today. You are supposed to do it once a week. Stu, I don’t believe that you have done the chore in months. Narrator: The lawn was overgrown. The grass was nearly knee-high. 50 12 Fabulously Funny Folktale Plays © Justin McCory Martin, Scholastic Teaching Resources T HE E LVES AND YO UNG ST U BAK E R Stu Baker: What a mess. I can’t mow this lawn. It will take all afternoon and I won’t have any time to play or have fun. I wish the lawn would just mow itself.

He is a pretty normal looking boy with a cap, tennis shoes, and a smiling face. But his ears are a bit out of proportion, don’t you think? Narrator: Just then, Claynocchio stuck out his tongue. Mr. Paintwell (shocked): Did your clay figure just stick his tongue out at me? Claynocchio: Oh, I stuck out my tongue all right. You’re lucky I didn’t do worse. When I lived in Africa, I was a lion tamer. Sometimes if the lion did not behave, I would have to tug on his mane. I can lift 100 pounds above my head.

You should see the look on your face. Paul: That’s not funny, Percy. You shouldn’t call someone up on your cell phone pretending a wolf is out to get you. Narrator: But Percy didn’t listen. The next day he decided to play the same prank on Parker. Percy started up his computer and sent Parker an e-mail. Percy (speaking as he writes his e-mail message): Help, help! A Big Bad Wolf has broken into my home. He stole my cell phone. I’m hiding here in the bedroom sending e-mails. You have to rescue me.

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