Reader's Theater           Brought to you by ....  Playbooks Reader's Theater



What is Reader's Theater?

Reader's theater is a method of reading a story aloud, like a play, without memorization, props, or a stage. Students are each assigned a character role and read their parts with expression, meaning and enthusiasm.
Dramatic oral reading in a role-play reading format has proven to improve reading skills in a fun and engaging way.


     What is a Playbook?

Playbooks® Reader's Theater stories are unique because each character's dialogue is presented in a different color throughout the story and more importantly, the roles are written at different reading levels. Thousands of schools and programs nationwide have purchased Playbooks® and used them year after year, positively affecting the reading skills of millions of students.


Social Interactive Reading

Social interactive reading and reading with expression are the key ingredients for successful reading enrichment in any school program. Reader's theater combines these two ingredients and is easy to implement. With the current importance on social activities, Playbooks® provide students, and families, with a legitimate reason for reading aloud with each other.