By Justin Mccory Martin
Scholars may have oodles of enjoyable construction crucial examining talents with rib-tickling models of liked fairy stories become read-aloud performs! Even your so much reluctant readers won¹t have the capacity to withstand those hilarious twists on their favourite stories‹ Spiderella, Goldilocks and the 3 Bullfrogs, The Popsicle Boy, Little past due using Hood, The Cheetah and the Sloth, Rafunzel and plenty of extra! Plus: each one play comes entire with quick dialogue starters, vocabulary boosters, ingenious writing activates, and a short background of the fairy story.
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The next day, he would need to come to their house. They gave him their address at 123 Candy Cane Lane. Stu would have to mow their lawn and clean up the house. Stu (muttering to himself): I got the better part of this deal. I’m very messy and very lazy. They are hardworking elves. I’ll bet their house is already very neat. I won’t have to do much at all. Besides, they’re tiny. I wouldn’t be surprised if their lawn is the size of a postage stamp. Mowing it will be a cinch. Narrator: The next day, Stu rode his bike to 123 Candy Cane Lane.
Jack’s Dad: I had a red bike when I was a boy with fancy handlebars and a bell. I loved riding that bike! Baby Jill: Goo gack, ba ba da! Narrator: As soon as dinner was over, Jack went out to play in the backyard. To his amazement, a giant plant stalk was climbing up out of the garden. It must have stretched 50 feet into the air. He looked up. At the top was a huge yellow flower. The magic seed had grown into a giant sunflower. Jack climbed up the stalk. When he got to the top, enormous yellow petals surrounded him.
I wouldn’t be surprised if their lawn is the size of a postage stamp. Mowing it will be a cinch. Narrator: The next day, Stu rode his bike to 123 Candy Cane Lane. He was shocked. The elves’ yard was huge and overgrown with weeds and dandelions. Inside, the house was in shambles. There were pots and pans everywhere, crusted with dried elf food. What a disaster! Stu couldn’t believe it. He knew mowing and cleaning were going to take many hours of hard, hard work. 53 12 Fabulously Funny Folktale Plays © Justin McCory Martin, Scholastic Teaching Resources T HE E LVES AND YO UNG ST U BAK E R Stu (singing as he worked): Boodly, boodly, boo.
12 Fabulously Funny Folktale Plays by Justin Mccory Martin