Playhouse. The Reading Lady. Story Programs. Stories from Mother Earth - many Native American stories including "Skunny Wundy and the Stone Giant," (Iroquois); "How Possum Got His Tail," (Creek); "Coyote Dances with the Stars," (Cherokee) Click on Native American Stories for a complete list.
Christmas Stories of Light - Religious and fun stories for the holiday include: "Do You See the Lights? ," "The Legend of the Poinsettia," and "Red Shoes for a Real Princess" - an original tale. Click on "Christmas Stories" for a complete listing. Spooktacular Stories - fun and/or scary stories include: "Mr. Fox," "Mary Culhane and the Dead Man," "The Humpback Gorrible," "The Hobyhas," and Taleypo's trademark story "Tailypo. " Fair Views from Old Fairview - Click on title for personal memories from growing up in a small town in Illinois - includes Taleypo signature story "Makin' Music" and "The Great Crabapple War of '56.
" Journey Through the Stars - Stories about the sun, moon, stars...and beyond. Puppet Theater Script Ideas. Polar Bear, Polar Bear... Puppet shows for grades K-3. 503-797-1700 503-797-1804 TDD 503-797-1797 fax Garbage and recycling › Resources for schools › Elementary school resources › Puppet shows Metro's free puppet shows for elementary schools make it fun to learn about composting, natural gardening and recycling.
Excite your students about science and social studies with puppets! With humor and song, the puppet shows complement your curriculum, helping students appreciate the importance of recycling and caring for the earth. Each puppet show lasts approximately 35 minutes and can be performed for audiences of 50 to 125 students in your library, gym or multipurpose room. Each show's songs, lyrics and curriculum are available for download below. Kenji and the 3 Rs As Kenji and his dog, Charlie, tussle with a bag of trash, everyday items come to life and teach Kenji about natural resources and the benefits of reducing waste, reusing items and recycling materials.
Compost City Mother Nature's Garden Resource RRRescuers Related Documents. Skits for Scouts. The MacScouter's Big Book of Skits Compiled by R.
Gary Hendra, the MacScouter The MacScouter's Big Book of Skits is the result of compiling skits from various Internet Scouting sources, and lots of creative people. The Big Book was revised in 1997, and is now somewhat out of date. But there are still a lot of great skits here. Table of Contents Staging Skits by Merl Whitebook, adapted by the MacScouter Skits are usually never longer than 3 to 5 minutes and are ideally somewhere around 90 seconds. Other Sources of Skits There are a few books I know on skits, yells and campfires: The "BSA Cub Scout Leader How-To Book". Index of Skits. Free Plays at Free Drama! Scripts for school and community theatre groups. One Act Plays and Two Person Scenes - Drama Resources. Resources and information about one act plays and two-person scenes.
"The Santa Interviews" - Part One by Wade BradfordLooking for a free Christmas play for kids? Or a seasonal comedy that could be performed by adults? "The Santa Interviews" is a fun ten minute holiday skit perfect for schools, theater groups, and homeschool communities. It can be performed by kids, teens, and/or adults. "The Santa Interviews" Part Two by Wade BradfordThe second part of Wade Bradford's holiday play, "The Santa Interviews. " "The Santa Interviews" Part Three by Wade BradfordThis is the third and final part of "The Santa Interviews" by Wade Bradford.
Free Plays and ScenesFree audition monologues and theater scripts for drama teachers and directors. Time Trippers - Funny Script for Child ActorsTime Trippers is written by Wade Bradford. Three Person Scene from "Curse of the Pharaoh's Kiss"A scene from "Curse of the Pharaoh's Kiss" featuring a funny monologue for actresses. Angry Pigs HandoutAngry Pigs Handout. Free Drama Scripts for Kids - A to Z Home's Cool Homeschooling. Welcome to A2Z Homeschooling!
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Sign Up Today - Click here to register. Hundreds of Theater Links<br>Theatre Scripts, Songs and Puppet Plays<br>by Other Authors<br>Free or Low Cost. "Thirteen" -- Friday the Thirteenth isn't really unlucky.
Or is it? 6 girl actors (but could be changed from a slumber to a science club telescope party so boys could be in the cast) Requires a cake (could be pantomimed or in a box), backpacks or bedrolls (can be pantomimed), an umbrella, a phone (can be pantomimed) and a table and chairs or a couch. Issue: Jan-Feb 2001 Vol. 9, Issue 1, page 27 "Annoying Annabelle" Now is their chance to get back at at that snobby Annabelle! Requires a table, tablecloth, tea set, nice clothing, a stringed instrument, plate of cookies. Go to your favorite books to find scenes that can be transformed into theater. You can also take comic collection books like Calvin & Hobbes, Cul de Sac, and Zits (available in book collections) and convert them into scripts. The Monty Python link below is a gold mine but they print-out with lots of wasted space. Try the Simple Skits link for easier stuff!
Back to FunAntics Theater Scripts by Jeannette Jaquish. Skits for Scouts. The MacScouter's Big Book of Skits Compiled by R.
Gary Hendra, the MacScouter The MacScouter's Big Book of Skits is the result of compiling skits from various Internet Scouting sources, and lots of creative people. The Big Book was revised in 1997, and is now somewhat out of date. But there are still a lot of great skits here. Table of Contents Staging Skits by Merl Whitebook, adapted by the MacScouter Skits are usually never longer than 3 to 5 minutes and are ideally somewhere around 90 seconds.
Other Sources of Skits There are a few books I know on skits, yells and campfires: The "BSA Cub Scout Leader How-To Book". Index of Skits. Free Puppet Scripts and Resources: Making Sound Tracks. Summary Instructions on how to use your Windows PC to create sound effects for your puppet skits.
Tools required: PC, Windows, sound card with audio output, tape recorder & cable, or CD burner. Introduction Good sound effects and music can really help to set the scene, add impact, or create mood for puppet skits. And kids love it when something unexpected happens! How to Find Sound Files Obviously, before you can use sound effects in your puppet productions, you need to find some sound effects! Where can you find some good themes? Tucows Yahoo (specific category just for Desktop Themes) To Create a Sound Track So once you've found some files you want to use, what now?
Go to File -> New Open up the relevant sound file from the desktop theme you downloaded (this will be a .wav file) Press Play on the Sound Recorder. You can continue doing these steps until you've got a sound track of suitable length that provides the desired effect. Other Sources of Sound Files Cassette Tape Finally. Reader's Theatre Play Scripts from Whootie Owl - free! Complete List of Playscripts. The Witches, Catherine, Marilyn, and Evelyn, will take you through a journey of Magic, Spells, and Fantasy.
You will meet a Beautiful Princess and a Handsome Prince, and will run away from the Evil Witch and the Wicked Stepmother. The Forest will be filled with Beautiful Flowers, Talking Trees, and Funny Animals who will take you to gates of the Enchanted Palace. Click Here to Read Playscripts in Spanish The narrator is not included in the number of characters in each playscript. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10 . 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34.Chicken Little. 6 characters – (animal characters: Chicken, Hen, Duck, Goose,Turkey, Fox) Author: African 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40.The Three King´s Daughters. 7 characters 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 49. 50. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65.The Princess´s Ring. 5 characters. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72.Why The Sea is Salt. 6 characters. 73. 75. 76. 77. 78. 79. 80. 81. 82.
Complete List of Playscripts - Page 2. Back to Complete List of Playscripts – Page 1 Go to Complete List of Playscripts – Page 3 Click on each Link to continue your journey through a world of Magic, Spells, and Fantasy.
The narrator is not included in the number of characters in each playscript. 166.The Ant and The Grasshopper. 2 characters. Author: Aesop Fable 167. 168. 169. 170. 171. 172.Little Half Chicken. 16 characters. – animal characters: Mother Hen, chicken, Duck, Turkey, Horse, Cow, Bull, Pigeon, Pig. 173. 174. 175. 176. 177. 178. 179.The King and The Shirt. 6 characters. 180.The Box Full of Kisses.2 characters. 181. 182. 183. 184. 185. 186. 187. 188. 189. 190. 191. 192. 193. 194. 195. 196. 197. 198. 199. 200. 201. 202. 203. 204. 205. 206. 207. 208. 209. 210. 211. 212. 213.Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe y Juan Diego. 214. 215. 216. 217. 218. 219. 220. 221. 222. 223. 224. 225. 226. 227. 228. 229. 230. 231.
Back to Complete List of Playscripts – Page 1 We Appreciate Your Visit! Fairy Tales. In these Neverland Stories, Heroes destroy their Enemies, Inherit Castles, and Marry the Princess A Fairy Tale is a fictional story featuring folkloric characters such as Fairies, Goblins, Elves, Trolls, Giants, Ogres, Talking Animals, Enchanted Creatures, Warriors, and others.
These stories often involve Kings, Queens, Princes and Princesses. Fairy Tales take place in an undetermined time, that is why they usually start with “Once upon a time.. or ” Long ago…”. There is always a problem, but there is always a solution, and most of the time they have happy endings. The main setting is often a castle, the forest, a dangerous country, or a dark frontier. Good and Evil is always present in a Fairy Tale. Good characters, such as the poor little girl or boy, the enchanted princess, and the step-daughter always have to fight against injustice, poverty, and evil, battle that is won through wisdom and love. Characters are not ambivalent, they are not good and bad at the same time. School Plays, Skits, Monologues and more! Aaron's Extras: Special Features for Books, Stories, Scripts. Aaron’s Home PageSearch | New | Flash!
| Rights | Contact | Subscribe A-B-C-D | E-F-G | H-I-J-K | L-M | N-O-P | Q-R-S-T | U-V-W-X-Y-Z Here is a menu of all special features and alternate formats for Aaron Shepard’s books, stories, and scripts. Use this to quickly find any and all materials related to specific works. The listing is alphabetical by title. To view and print the posters, you can use Adobe Reader. The Adventures of Mouse Deer: Favorite Folktales of Southeast Asia ONLINE—Story | Reader’s Theater | Reader’s Theater (Team) | Storytelling BOOKS—Early Reader | Folktales on Stage Poster #1: Mouse Deer and TigerPoster #2: Mouse Deer and CrocodilePoster #3: Mouse Deer and FarmerPoster #4: Mouse DeerMore About the StoriesHear the Music (7 seconds) Hear Meaningful Occupation Project (Exeter): Mouse Deer and Tiger (6 minutes) Hear Meaningful Occupation Project (Exeter): Mouse Deer and Crocodile (4 minutes) Hear Meaningful Occupation Project (Exeter): Mouse Deer and Farmer (6 minutes)
Gifts of Story (Free Stories for Storytelling)