Story Telling Presentations for Grades K-2
Great idea for the first month of school! This story helps kids solidify the rules they need to follow at school in a simple and fun style that they will want to act out over and over again!
Most youngsters love anything to do with pirates, and this play is sure to be a winner since it demonstrates how to become a pirate, from the walk to the talk! With the costumes to complete the transformation, your students will delight in becoming genuine pirates in no time.
Fourth Little Pig
For everyone who thought they knew ”the 3 little pigs story”, here’s a twist you may not be familiar with – their adventurous little sister, the fourth little pig! She shows her brothers the right way to deal with a big, bad wolf!
This story is an excellent way to combine the study of the apple tree, and folklore, in one short and entertaining skit. Many science and folklore activities can be incorporated as follow-up lessons to this play.
The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything
A fun autumn story which will delight your class as they clap, stomp, wiggle, and so much more in sync with the little old lady on her way home one fall evening. If you’re looking for a way to get their sillies out this story is definitely the one for them (and you!)
One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish
This is the narrative from the classic Dr. Seuss story of the same name. Early readers will love the familiar words, along with the lyrical verse that allows them to act in a play in the beginning years of elementary school.
The Shelf Elf
Skoob the little elf will help your students get more familiar with Library Etiquette, from proper book care through how to locate a book. The kids will also enjoy the rhyming text and fun drawings and even have fun looking for the matching shelf elf Skoob toy, and golden shelf elf trophy!
There Was An Old Woman Who Swallowed A Fly
The classic tale of a woman whose eyes were too big for her stomach! Children love the rhyming verse, along with acting out the fun animal behaviors. Additional stories in the series can be used to follow-up this play.
Too Much Noise
If your students are always acting like wild animals, this is the story for them!! They will get to take turns making animal sounds, house sounds , and so much more!
We Are Your Community
Knowledge and understanding of community helpers is a big part of the primary school years. This skit allows students to act out their favorite career choice, and also provides them the opportunity to use their imagination to come up with their own ideas of community helpers to perform.