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1 Sleeping Beauty

2 Thank you for purchasing this Sleeping Beauty readers theater! The Kaleidoscope Classroom hopes that your students enjoy using it as much as ours do! Have fun! Included in this set are: a color-coded, icon laden script to allow students to easily follow their own parts character cards that can be laminated and made into manipulatives by adhering a popsicle stick to the back a sequence of events activity sheet a compare and contract characters sheet a comprehension questions sheet with answer key Don t forget to rate our product and get your TPT credits toward your future purchases!

3 Characters Each character has a different colored name and icon. Look for that color or icon when you re reading to keep track of your parts. Cut them out and add a popsicle stick to the back. Briar Rose Prince Queen King dark fairy red fairy

4 Characters Each character has a different colored name and icon. Look for that color or icon when you re reading to keep track of your parts. Cut them out and add a popsicle stick to the back. yellow fairy blue fairy storyteller dwarf

5 Storyteller: Once upon a time in a faraway kingdom lived a king and queen. They had their every wish and desire fulfilled. They had plenty of food, beautiful clothes, more than enough money and a coach to ride about their kingdom. Anyone would have thought they couldn t have been more happy. However, the one thing they truly desired was something worth more to them than everything they had a child. They had been married for many years without the luck of having a child. The queen would often take walks by the riverbank and sing lullabies. One day she was walking by the river when she saw a dwarf that was caught in a bear trap. Queen: Oh, little fellow! I am not sure how this has happened but let me help you get loose. Storyteller: The queen helped the dwarf out of the bear trap so that he could return to his cottage in the woods. Dwarf: Thank you fine lady for saving my life. Because you have selflessly helped me, looking for nothing in return, I will fulfill your wish. Queen: My wish? Dwarf: Yes. You will soon have a child. She will be beautiful beyond words. Queen: Thank you, little dwarf. I truly hope what you say is true and will come to pass. Dwarf: Have no worries. You wish will come true. Storyteller: With that, the dwarf ran off into the woods and was never seen again. The queen told nobody about the dwarf or the promise he had made. She didn t want to be thought crazy. Before long, the wish the dwarf granted had come true. The queen was going to have a child. King: I cannot wait for the child to come! Our dream has come true!

6 Queen: I am so happy, too! Sleeping Beauty Storyteller: A few months later, the royal couple welcomed the new baby. King: Wife, do you have all of the invitations ready for the naming of the child? Queen: I ve been working on them. I have a list. There are hundreds to send out. I m afraid I may have sent some people two and other people none. It is a lot of work. King: You were sure to invite the fairies though, right? Queen: Of course. I m sure I got them all. King: I ve ordered all the food. The entertainment is set and the minister is reserved. Queen: It will be a grand time. I can t wait to present Briar Rose to the kingdom. Storyteller: The day of the formal naming came. The kingdom was bustling with excitement. The line into the castle seemed to go on for miles. Everyone had gifts for the baby. King: The queen and I would like to welcome everyone. We are so happy that you joined us today for this special event. Thank you so much for all of the gifts. Now, what we ve all been waiting for, Briar Rose. Storyteller: Everyone clapped and were excited beyond measure about the royal baby. As everyone was leaving their gifts on the gift table, three fairies came up to the baby bed. Queen: Hello, little fairy friends. Red Fairy: Your majesty, the Blue Fairy, Yellow Fairy and I have gifts to give Briar Rose.

7 Yellow Fairy: Yes, our gifts are never ending and are worth more than material things. Blue Fairy: We would like your permission to give our magical gifts. Queen: We would appreciate your gifts very much. Red Fairy: To Briar Rose, I give beauty beyond compare. There shall not be another as beautiful as she. Yellow Fairy: To Briar Rose, I give kindness. She shall be the kindest person in the kingdom. Storyteller: Before Blue Fairy was able to give her gift to Briar Rose, a horrible noise rang through the castle. The royals and their guests did not know what was going on. Dark Fairy: I see everyone was invited to this wonderful event but me! King: I m not sure what you re talking about. My wife invited many, many people, including the fairies. Queen: I would never not invite you on purpose. Dark Fairy: Purpose or not, I was left out of the celebration. Even though I wasn t invited, I would like to leave a gift with your sweet, little baby. She will be beautiful. She will be kind, but on her sixteenth birthday she will prick her finger on a spinning wheel and die! Storyteller: With that, the dark fairy left the castle in silence. No on moved or knew what to do. Blue Fairy: Your majesties, do not worry. I have not yet given Briar Rose my gift. My gift is that Briar Rose won t die upon pricking her finger. Instead, she will fall into a deep sleep for one hundred years. She would awake when touched by true love s kiss.

8 King: I am still frightened. I order all of the spinning wheels in the kingdom to be burned. I don t want to take a chance on something bad happening to Briar Rose. Storyteller: That very day every spinning wheel was burned. After that day the kingdom stayed peaceful. Life went on as normal. However, the king and queen still worried about Briar Rose. Each year as they celebrated her birthday, they thought about how they were another year closer to her sixteenth birthday. Before they knew it, it was the night before her sixteenth birthday. King: Wife, I am worried. Tomorrow is Briar Rose s sixteenth birthday. Queen: You ordered all of the spinning wheels burned years ago. I know of none in the kingdom. I would not worry, husband. King: I hope you are right. Storyteller: The next day the castle was filled with people from the kingdom to celebrate Briar Rose s birthday. Briar Rose: Father, I cannot wait for my party tomorrow. It s going to be so exciting! Everyone will be here. King: It is exciting, my darling, but I m still a bit afraid. Briar Rose: Do not be afraid. Remember, the Blue Fairy took care of everything. King: I hope so. Now go on up and get ready to come down in your finest gown. I will announce you in a bit. Storyteller: Briar Rose did as she was told. It seemed like her father had forgotten about her. She kept waiting to be announced. While waiting she decided to walk around the upstairs of the castle. She found her way to the tower.

9 Briar Rose (talking to a scampering mouse): Hey there, little mouse. Do you live up here in the tower? What am I thinking? A mouse can t talk. I guess I ll just look around. Father is taking such a long time. I hope he hasn t forgotten me. Storyteller: Briar Rose looked around at all of the old items in the tower. She saw old paintings, dishes, and clothing. Everything was old and forgotten. Then she noticed a small door with a golden key in it. Briar Rose: What is this? I wonder what is behind this door. I didn t even know this was here. Storyteller: Briar Rose turned the key and the door slowly swung open. There in a corner sat an old women spinning on a spinning wheel. Briar Rose: Hello. Who are you? How did you get locked in here? Storyteller: Briar Rose did not know that the old woman was really the dark fairy in disguise. Dark Fairy: My dear, is it your birthday? Briar Rose: Yes, it is. I m sixteen today. Why don t you stop working and join us downstairs for the celebration? Dark Fairy: I m not sure that you re father would want an old woman like me to show up at your party. Storyteller: Briar Rose suddenly felt drawn to the spinning wheel as it spun around, around, and around again. The old lady kept talking to her. Dark Fairy: Would you like to come closer and see the work I am doing? Briar Rose: I m not sure I should but I just can t seem to stop myself.

10 Dark Fairy: Don t be afraid. I can show you how to use the spinning wheel, if you like. Briar Rose: I don t feel like I can control myself. I just have to see how the spinning wheel works. Storyteller: No sooner than Briar Rose reached out her hand to the spinning wheel, she fell lifeless to the floor. Dark Fairy: Revenge is mine! Goodbye Briar Rose. Your parents should have invited me to your naming as a baby. Storyteller: With that the dark fairy was gone. The king made the announcement for Briar Rose to enter her party. King: I would like to present the princess, Briar Rose. Storyteller: He waited for her to come down the stairs. He announced her again. King: I would like to present the princess, Briar Rose. Storyteller: Silence. Everyone was waiting for Briar Rose to come down the steps. Worried, the queen went to find her daughter. She ran through halls calling Briar Rose s name. Then, she saw the door to the tower open. She ran up the stairs as quick as she could. Queen: Briar Rose! Briar Rose! Darling, where are you? Storyteller: She saw the tiny room and the door still hanging open. She saw Briar Rose lying lifeless on the floor next to a spinning wheel. Queen: Oh, no!! Briar Rose! How has this happened to you? I do not know what to do! Storyteller: Hearing her screams, the king and his soldiers came running.

11 King: I can t believe this has happened! I did everything I could to keep this from happening! I thought every spinning wheel in the kingdom was burned! Queen: I don t know how we can go on without our dear Briar Rose. Storyteller: Suddenly, the three fairies appeared. Red Fairy: Your majesties, I am so sad for you. Yellow Fairy: I really did not think this would come to pass, but the dark fairy was able to get to the princess. Queen: This is all my fault. I should have triple checked the invitations all those years ago. King: It is no fault of yours. I was unable to rid the kingdom of spinning wheels. It is surely my fault. Blue Fairy: No worries. You must have forgotten my gift to the baby. I said that she would sleep for one hundred years. She is not dead. She is only sleeping. Queen: We shall take care of her while we can. Prepare a bed for her. Storyteller: The queen s helpers prepared a bed and Briar Rose was put in the bed. She lay there as beautiful as could be. Each day the king and queen sat by her side. They would not leave her. The fairies had an idea. Red Fairy: The king and queen have almost stopped living their own lives. Yellow Fairy: I hate to see them so sad. Blue Fairy: We could cast a happy spell. Red Fairy: That is an idea but that will not help with aging.

12 Yellow Fairy: Me, too. I wish there was some way for us to stop time. Blue Fairy: There is. We will cast on spell on the entire kingdom that they will sleep for the next one hundred years as well. Red Fairy: Good idea! It will take all of our magic working together. Storyteller: Together, the three fairies cast a spell on the entire kingdom. Everyone fell asleep. The fires went out. The music stopped. Even the animals fell asleep. A hedge of thorns soon grew around the castle. After a while the thorns covered the castle and the roof could not even be seen. Over the next one hundred years the story about Briar Rose was told over all the lands. From time to time a king s son would try to get through the thickets but over time they all gave up. The fairies were afraid that the spell may never be broken. They needed true love s kiss to break the spell. Yellow Fairy: Do you think a prince will ever break the spell? Blue Fairy: I hope so. We ve done everything we could. We ve seen so many princes come and go. The ones that got too close were stuck by the thorns and died. Red Fairy: It has been one hundred years this year. Surely, the spell will be broken. Yellow Fairy: We have to have a prince though. Blue Fairy: So many have tried. I just don t know. Storyteller: The fairies did not know that at that very time a prince was riding through the woods. He had heard all his life of the story of Briar Rose. He wondered if it was really true. Suddenly, he happened upon the thickets of thorns. Prince: Well, I ll be! It is just as my grandfather told me. A thicket of thorns covering a castle.

13 Storyteller: The prince had much courage. He was not someone who would easily give up. Prince: I will boldly go into this thicket. I will fight my way through. If it is meant for me to rescue Briar Rose, it will come to pass. Storyteller: The prince used his sword and cut back at the thorns for days. He finally cut all the way through to the castle. He chopped at the door and was able to break though. Prince: Amazing! It s as if time really has stood still for a hundred years. Everything is frozen still. If there really is a princess here, I wonder where she would be. Storyteller: Suddenly the three fairies appeared. Red Fairy: A prince! Yellow Fairy: A prince! Blue Fairy: A prince! Prince: Fairies! Maybe you can help me. I am looking for. Red Fairy: This way! Follow us! Yellow Fairy: We have been waiting a hundred years for you! Blue Fairy: To the tower! Storyteller: It seemed to take a long time to get to the tower, but at last the prince found Briar Rose. Prince: She is the most beautiful girl I have ever seen. Red Fairy: She is the kindest as well. Yellow Fairy (proudly): Thanks to me.

14 Storyteller: The prince could not overcome the feeling to kiss Briar Rose. He walked over and knelt down by the bed where Briar Rose lay sleeping. The moment he kissed her, she opened her eyes and smiled. Prince: Princess, I am Prince Wilhelm. I have come to break the spell I heard of for so many years. Briar Rose: It worked. I am Briar Rose. I am forever grateful to you. Red Fairy: How wonderful! Yellow Fairy: It s just as I had imagined! Blue Fairy (proudly): That must have been a very good spell. Everything worked out perfectly! Storyteller: As Briar Rose awoke, the rest of the castle awoke as well. Briar Rose: I must see my mother and father. Storyteller: She and the prince ran from the tower with the three fairies following close behind. When they arrived at the great hall, it was as if the party had never stopped. The kingdom celebrated Briar Rose s return. King: I would like to present my daughter, Briar Rose. Queen (whispering to the king): And the young man? King: Young man, how should I announce you? Prince: I am Prince Wilhelm and you shall announce me as your son-in-law to be if the princess will have me. King: That is up to her but you have my blessings for marriage.

15 Briar Rose: Of course I will marry you. Storyteller: On that day the queen set out to plan the biggest wedding the kingdom had ever seen. Briar Rose and Prince Wilhelm were married. The three fairies helped out whenever they were needed. They never heard from the dark fairy again. They ruled the kingdom with wisdom and kindness and lived happily ever after.

16 both three fairies dark fairy Name Think about the three fairies and the dark fairy. How were they the same? How were they different? Compare and contrast using the Venn diagram.

17 Name Sleeping Beauty After reading Sleeping Beauty, cut out the event cards and put them in the correct order. Once you are sure they are in order, glue them to your paper. The king and queen welcomed a baby girl. Briar Rose slept for one hundred years. The prince fought his way through the thorns to the castle. The king ordered all of the spinning wheels to be burned. The fairies gave gifts to the baby and the dark fairy put a curse on Briar Rose. The queen was granted a wish by a dwarf. The prince kissed Briar Rose and she woke up. The dark fairy tricked Briar Rose into touching the spinning wheel. The prince and Briar Rose lived happily ever after.

18 Name Complete the graphic organizer below to show the different story elements you can identify from Sleeping Beauty. characters problem setting solution conclusion

19 Name After reading Sleeping Beauty, answer the questions to show your understanding of the story. 1. Why did the dark fairy put a curse on Briar Rose? 2. How did the prince know about Briar Rose? 3. Why did the king order all of the spinning wheels in the kingdom to be burned? 4. How long did Briar Rose sleep? 5. What kept Briar Rose from dying when she pricked her finger on the spinning wheel? 6. The Red and Yellow Fairies gave Briar Rose gifts. What were they? 7. When did Briar Rose prick her finger? 8. Why did the queen not invite dark fairy to the celebration? 9. Where did Briar Rose find the only spinning wheel left in the kingdom? 10. How did the prince save Briar Rose?

20 Name After reading Sleeping Beauty, answer the questions to show your understanding of the story. 1. Why did the dark fairy put a curse on Briar Rose? She put a curse on Briar Rose because she didn t get invited to the baby s naming party. 2. How did the prince know about Briar Rose? He had heard stories all of his life about her. 3. Why did the king order all of the spinning wheels in the kingdom to be burned? He was trying to save Briar Rose from the curse. 4. How long did Briar Rose sleep? She slept one hundred years. 5. What kept Briar Rose from dying when she pricked her finger on the spinning wheel? The Blue Fairy gifted her sleep instead of death. 6. The Red and Yellow Fairies gave Briar Rose gifts. What were they? The Red Fairy gave her the gift of beauty and the Yellow Fairy gave her kindness. 7. When did Briar Rose prick her finger? She pricked her finger on her sixteenth birthday. 8. Why did the queen not invite dark fairy to the celebration? She accidently overlooked her. 9. Where did Briar Rose find the only spinning wheel left in the kingdom? The only spinning wheel left in the kingdom was in the castle tower. 10. How did the prince save Briar Rose? He saved her by giving a kiss of true love.

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