Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Frog Prince Reader's Theater Performances

Our class participated in the Global Read Aloud, in which we read the story "Marty McGuire" by Kate Messner (along with many other classrooms around North America and the world).  We loved so many things about this story. 
 
One of the things we did, was write a book review and had it posted to our library site.  Here is what we said...

Marty McGuire is a big tomboy in grade 3 who likes to catch frogs. Another character, Veronica Grace, declares that she is the boss of recess. Their class puts on a play about the Frog Prince fairy tale. Mr. Jackson helps their class to act it out. Marty is the lead in the play and she has a big plan for making the play more exciting and spectacular. We thought it was funny when Sparky, the raccoon got stuck in a tree and bounced an acorn off of Marty's Mom's forehead. Through this book, we learned a little more about Jane Goodall. Probably, if you are close to grade 3, you will like this book. If you like comedies and books about frogs and adventures, then you should read this book.

Our teacher read us the picture book of "The Frog Prince" and another version called "The Frog Prince Continued" by Jon Scieszka.    We were put in groups and given a reader's theater script to practice with our group.  Today we got the opportunity to perform them for our class and tomorrow we will perform them for other classes.

Here are the videos!  We hope you enjoy them!
Frog Prince 1
 
Frog Prince 2
 
Frog Prince Continued 1
 
Frog Prince Continued 2

 

 We were wondering...

Have you heard "The Frog Prince" or "The Frog Prince Continued" stories before?
Have you ever done reader's theater before?  If you have, what story did you do?



2 comments:

  1. Mrs. Jenkins from Surrey, BCNovember 19, 2013 at 10:17 PM

    Wow! What expressive readers you are. Congratulations. My Grade 3/4 class enjoyed the book also.

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    1. Thank you Mrs. Jenkins for commenting on our blog. We practiced a lot, which made us more expressive. In the Frog Prince, continued, we liked that there was a fairy godmother. We also liked the line, "If you're a frog, then I'm the King of France."
      Sincerely,
      Mrs. Braybrook's Party Wolves

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