Jack and the Beanstalk

Screen Shot 2016-03-15 at 6.57.15 PM I loved teaching with the story of Jack and the Beanstalk. My students acted this play out with enthusiasm–we all acted out the planting of the magical beans and then jumping back as the beanstalk grew to the sky in front of our very eyes. We climbed to the heavenly home of the Giant, stole that goose and scurried back down the beanstalk to show off our treasures.

Why not try Jack and his beanstalk out in your classroom?  eReaderstheater.com has done all the work for you-Plays with great teaching resources and only $1.99 each. And there are 3 versions of this play to try out!

Jack and the Beanstalk, a quick play  for grades 1-3 in ereaderstheater.com–costumes are as simple as a piece of ivy, a plastic egg, a wig or two, an apron and a goose (try a yellow boa!)  Another rendition of Jack and the Beanstalk is designed for emergent readers in grades K-2. Or you might want to try Jack and the Golden Sunflower  for grades 2-4.

Hit your prop box for a quick staging of this fun play.

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