A group of students learns about a puzzling school called Wayland Jr. High where the students get to solve fun math problems and puzzles. They discover that everything at Wayland is a bit odd and different. Act out their story as the kids learn that Wayland is no more fun and puzzling than their own school, Dullsville! This script includes six roles, each of which match a different reading level. Teachers can apply differentiation and English language learner strategies to the script to assign roles in a way that accommodates all students, whether they are struggling or proficient readers. All students can engage in one activity together, gaining confidence in their reading fluency and feeling successful, regardless of their current reading ability! An accompanying song and poem provide additional resources to help students build fluency! Along with reading fluency improvement, students will also practice reading aloud, interacting cooperatively, and using expressive voices and gestures by performing this charming story together. This dynamic, colorful script is sure to benefit a classroom of varied readers!
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