Animal Alphabet Class Play or Assembly for Key Stage I (5 – 7 year olds)

Animal Alphabet Class Play or Assembly for Key Stage I (5 – 7 year olds)
Animal Alphabet Class Play or Assembly for Key Stage I (5 – 7 year olds)
Animal Alphabet Class Play or Assembly for Key Stage I (5 – 7 year olds)
Animal Alphabet Class Play or Assembly for Key Stage I (5 – 7 year olds)
Animal Alphabet Class Play or Assembly for Key Stage I (5 – 7 year olds)
Animal Alphabet Class Play or Assembly for Key Stage I (5 – 7 year olds)
Animal Alphabet Class Play or Assembly for Key Stage I (5 – 7 year olds)
Animal Alphabet Class Play or Assembly for Key Stage I (5 – 7 year olds)
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Animal Alphabet Class Play or Assembly for Key Stage I (5 – 7 year olds)
Cast of 26 (letters of the alphabet) plus narrator (class teacher). Number easily adjustable up or down.
Duration: Around 10 - 15 minutes
This is a fun romp through the alphabet … accompanied by those animals! This script provides a template which can be edited as required to the appropriate age and ability of children.
A Key Stage II script for 7 – 11 year olds is also available from www.plays-r-ussell.com and TpT - entitled Awesome Animal World Record Breakers Assembly.
Narrator: (To whale) Oh! Do, please, just stay where you are! You’re really way too big to be moving around!
Whale: (Huffily) Well, I can’t help it if I’m the biggest creature on earth!
Narrator: You are truly awesome! But I repeat. Please just stay where you are! We don’t want a whole cast plus audience flattened today – even if that’s not your intention!
(To x-ray tetra) Whereas you? Well, we can hardly see you!
X-Ray Tetra: That’s why they call me the x-ray fish! You can see right through me!
Yak: No trouble seeing me, an awesome ox
Narrator: Taking us to Y for Yak. That only leaves us with one more! Now, who was it who was covering Z?
Zebra: Last but not least! You can’t have forgotten me, already? What other creature has stripes like mine?
Narrator: Ooh. Sorry. (Aside) You should never make a zebra cross!
Zebra: (Groaning) I hope this isn’t going to turn into a zebra crossing joke?
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