Frog Life Cycle Class Play
This was written for 5 – 7 year olds (Key Stage I in U.K) as Life Cycles are taught earlier in school - but if anyone wants a script for older children (7 – 11 year olds with a lot more technical information) please let me know. Always happy to write on request.
Change isn't always for the worst - as amply demonstrated by this class play.
Written for cast of 30, but easily adaptable up or down, there are 14 frogs, 12 tadpoles, a fish, a water beetle, a French chef .... and of course, a princess!
Duration around 10 minutes.
Learn all about the frog's life cycle in this fun class performance.
Also available off TpT and www.plays-r-ussell.com:
Life Cycle of a Butterfly plus numerous butterfly scripts (Readers Theater/guided reading scripts) delivering life lessons.
Frog 11: And look at our jumping!
(Frogs demonstrate jumping across ‘stage’)
Narrator: (Applauding) Fabulous!
Frog 12: We do have very strong back legs
(Enter French chef, sharpening knives in front of him, advancing towards frogs)
French chef: Ah! Zee finest frogs’ legs! Yum yum! My customers will be pleased!
(Narrator rushes over and shows French chef back to his seat)
Narrator: No! No! We’ll have no violence here today!
(Exit French chef)
(Frogs let out collective sigh of relief)
Frog 13: Phew! Thank you for that!
(Enter princess, wondering around, ‘looking for someone’)
Narrator: Ah! A princess! Now what would she be doing in an assembly full of frogs?