Reader’s Theater: Quadrilaterals

Can be used for 3rd – 8th students.

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Reader’s Theater: Quadrilaterals

We used this reader’s theater script to review our study of quadrilaterals. As we practiced, students chose sound effects (s.e.) and gestures (ges) to enhance the theatrical experience.

When practicing this reader’s theater, students recite the characteristics of squares, rectangles, parallelograms, rhombuses, and trapezoids.

Looking for a different reader’s theater topic? Check out Rosalind Flynn’s TPT site for a multitude of creative scripts! While there, check out her book too: DRAMATIZING THE CONTENT WITH CURRICULUM-BASED READERS THEATRE.

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Just loved finding a Reader’s Theater to learn more about quads!

Fun resource, the kids enjoying performing and linked nicely with our math unit


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