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The Giving Tree
Bring the beauty of Shel Silverstein's classic, The Giving Tree, to you classroom. Eleven narrator parts allow as many kids as possible to read a part, as well as a part for the boy and the tree.
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- Act out the story in front of a group of younger kids or parents
- Provides 13 reading parts; consider breaking the lines apart for more parts, or combining lines if you need fewer parts
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