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This fun and motivational skit follows several pirates as they search for treasure on Skull Island, which comically turns out to be Skill Island. The treasure chest contains "testing jewels" or strategies for test taking success. Testing strategies are suggested, or you can use your own. At the end,
This original program is built around the song "The Farmer in the Dell." The story line follows a piece of cheese that falls out of a student's lunchbox while on a field trip to a farm. My students loved the songs, and I got lots of great feedback from parents after the kids performed. I used all of
This is just a quick document with teacher hints and tricks on how to get started with bucket drumming, from getting buckets and sticks, to getting students in proper playing position.
Retells the story of a ghostly folk story called the golden arm as a tone poem, for orff instruments, suitable to be performed as part of a Halloween program. About 5-10 minutes long.
Roll up, roll up, welcome to the most amazing show in town. This resource is made for junior primary and includes eight dazzling audio tracks, a script, rhyme, circus pictures, stage directions, a map and easy to follow detailed instructions for the performance. Crazy clowns, awesome acrobats, treme
Christmas in Whoville was written by Michele K. Garza, principal of a small Texas school. The play was written for elementary students in grades Pk through 5th. The play takes place the Christmas after "How the Grinch Stole Christmas". The Grinch joins the Whos in celebrating Christmas, from decor
This program is built around the book "Harold and the Purple Crayon." The story line follows Harold's imaginative adventure with his purple crayon. I used the text of the story as the lines for speaking parts (the book text is NOT included with this purchase for copyright reasons). I used all of the
Students will reenact a version of the ever-popular television show “America’s Got Talent”, with its focus on talent from Black History. Singers from the past and present will be recognized for their musical contributions in support of equality, justice, and love for humankind. This production inc
Vocabulary list and fill in the blanks lyrics sheet for a popular song. Comes with instructions for an awesome ESL karaoke lesson!
This is a script, worksheet, and answer key for Part 1 of Ken Burns's "Jazz" Documentary. The script has the questions and answers highlighted and underlined, and I have highlighted the sections that I typically skip with my classes that are less mature (a section on prostitution in New Orleans, for
Five skits and a parody song for Christian actors The Wedding Reception A wedding planner can't understand why a bride wants to pay top dollar for meals at her wedding reception for guests that probably won't attend. Parallels are made with God paying for our salvation with Jesus death, whether peo
This original script involves dance, music, and instruments. You can make it elaborate when supported by a performance art department OR tone it down using ipods and the internet. Program ends with a sing-a-long that will involve the entire audience.
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This script is written to accompany the Colorado History Songbook I by John Polinski. Songs are available through Music For You Publishing located at http://musicforyoupublishing.weebly.com. This script is published by Alpine Road Publishing, a division of JavaMusiK. Written by Jeff Van Devender, ww
Fifty years ago on August 28,1963, over 250,000 people, both black and white, peacefully assembled in Washington D.C., for a day filled with fellowship, music, speeches, and promise. The organizers of the march had two goals in mind - jobs and freedom. Two of the original organizers, Congressman Jo
This is a holiday skit for beginning to intermediate level speakers in French. (Gr 6-8) It addresses diverse holiday traditions at Christmas time. (Hanukah and Kwanzaa) There are 4 characters, 2 pages plus a “lexique”.
“The Six Traits in a Pirate Adventure” is a musical script written by Rhonda Johanson to increase students’ understanding of the Six Traits of writing while enjoying the music from “Reflections of a Lad At Sea” by Don Besig and Nancy Price, along with “The Drunken Sailor” by Emily Crocker. The stor
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This is an easy Holiday Program Scrip design to allow the students to have a little fun! You will need 2 students to do the talking Santa and Rudolph. You could also create a gigantic iPod, and a banner with the title Santa's (scratching Santa's name) and replacing it with Rudolph's Playlist.
Here is a Christmas Concert script for Grade 4-6 called the Voices (based on the Voice). Credit to fellow music teacher Dominique Blais who helped me write this.
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This is a musical based on Peter and the Wolf. Most of the music comes from the pages of the Music K-8 magazines (www.musick8.com). All of the music references are included to know which issue the songs can be found. One song can either be searched or found in the 3rd grade book of the Making Mus
This script is great for a smaller cast of 12 or less. There are 12 parts that can be doubled. Properties including props and set ideas are included. The show can be performed with about 15 hours of rehearsal. 33 pages.
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A group or class of 18 or less actors will enjoy portraying animals in this familiar tale. Five songs are included as well as the music for the songs. Props and other property suggestions are included. 33 pages long.
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A 30 minute script that introduces the students to active listening. This lesson includes pieces from Brahms, Mussorgsky, Barber, Beethoven, and Saint-Saëns.Three aspects of active listen are covered:Music can tell a story: Students are first guided through short pieces of music to accustom them to
This program is built around the book "Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?" The story lists a bunch of different animals and colors as it goes along. Each animal has a song of its own. I used the text of the story as the lines for speaking parts (the book text is NOT included with this purchase
This program is built around the book "Over and Under the Snow." The story discusses animals that live both over and underneath the snow. For this program, I focused on the animals that live underneath the snow for the sake of time. I used the text of the story as the lines for speaking parts (the b

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