Students will act out the story of a mischievous boy who is responsible for herding the sheep and keeping them safe from a nearby wolf. He gets bored at work and tricks his family, crying, "Wolf!" even though the wolf is not there. Since his family gets angry that he continues to lie, he loses their trust. When the wolf really does arrive, no one believes him. Will he be able to save himself and the sheep from the wolf and learn his lesson? This Spanish Reader's Theater script features roles written to match multiple reading levels. Teachers can assign specific roles to their readers based on each student's current reading level, allowing all students to get involved in the same activity and feel successful! Students will gain confidence in their reading fluency through performance, regardless of their current reading ability. While performing with others, students will practice performance, interacting cooperatively, reading aloud, and using expressive voices and gestures to better tell the story. These drama scripts for students are a great way to teach literacy and engage all learners!