Easy to Read Mini-Books & Mini-Plays on Science & Math for Kids

15 Easy-to-Read Mini-Book Plays by Sheryl Ann Crawford & Nancy I. Sanders

Posted on: March 26, 2010

Children love to giggle, and laughter is commonly known as good medicine for souls young and old. The 15 mini-book plays you’ll find in these pages blend learning and laughter by introducing funny characters and silly situations—while at the same time building emergent reading skills and curriculum concepts!

We’ve grouped the reproducible mini-book plays in this collection into three familiar themes:

Nutty Nature, Silly School Days, and Funny Fairy Tales and Nursery Rhymes.

Children will learn good manners from little monsters in school, and they’ll practice phonics skills as silly bears create havoc at Goldilocks’ house! These plays teach important early concepts and encourage children to become more CONFIDENT READERS!

Fun and easy extension activities are also included for each play. You can use these cross-curricular activities to reinforce concepts introduced in the plays.

Titles include:  Egg Crack-Up, The Rainbow Zoo, Silly Sounds Song, Three Little Pesky Pigs, Hide-and-Seek With Little Bo-Peep, and Mud! Mud! Mud!


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  • Amy Tate: Sherri, this looks fantastic!!! I want one for my daughter, thanks so much for this!


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