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Plays: Risky Rescue & Hot Hot Hot! - 10 Copies

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Original price £139.80
Original price £139.80 - Original price £139.80
Original price £139.80
Current price £30.00
£30.00 - £30.00
Current price £30.00


10 in stock, ready to be shipped
SKU 7200510W

Includes 10 copies of each play. For seven speaking parts.

The League of Enchanted Heroes: Risky Rescue

Prince Charming has been imprisoned in a tower on the East Plains. The League of Enchanted Heroes set out to rescue him. To Get to him they'll have to battle an army of guards and scale the tower. But will the prisoner be worth the effort ?

Snow-Man: Hot Hot Hot!

It's the middle of December, but Shiverton has been hit be a heat wave. All the snow is melting and running downhill. Could this be the work of Ray Burn and his giant pair of sunglasses? Why does he want to flood the Shiverton Museum of Really Expensive Stuff? To find out, Cole will have to munch on a carrot and become the world's coolest superhero — SNOW-MAN!

Struggling readers can often benefit from a variety of interventions, and one that can be very engaging, is getting children to read or enact a short play. This can help readers in a number of ways, for example:

  • They can help students improve their fluency. When students read aloud, they have to practice reading the words multiple times. This can help them become more fluent readers.
  • They can help students learn to read with expression. Learning to think about and express the emotions of the characters can help pupils become more expressive readers.
  • They can help students build reading confidence. Working with a small group of similar ability students to perform a play will often build a supportive community of readers. This can help them build confidence in their reading abilities.
  • They can help students enjoy reading. When students are involved in a play it is an interactive, real-life experience among peers. This level of engagement is different and exciting, which can help students become more motivated to read.

Plays can also be a lot of fun! Children may be more likely to engage with a text if it is presented in a dramatic format by themselves and their classmates. If you are looking for a fun and effective way to help reluctant readers, consider using plays in your classroom. You may be surprised at how well they work!

At School Bargain Bookshop, we provide discounted books for students and bargain books compiled into book collections by our experienced team. We offer these at reduced prices, helping schools stretch their budget.