Love Is .... Class Play
This class play or assembly on Love looks at what love means to each of us.
Although it was written for Key Stage I (5 – 7 year olds) it can easily be adapted for use at Key Stage II (7 – 11 year olds) - the playlist of 10 suggested songs will be enjoyed by all ages.
For scripts specific to Valentine’s Day, check out Sue Russell’s alternative Romeo and Juliet scripts.
Cast of 25 - easily adapted up or down.
Duration - around 15 - 20 mins (potential of doubling this with all music choices)
(Enter Child 10, carrying a puppy)
Music 7 Puppy Love – Donny Osmond
Narrator: Ahh! (Gestures for everyone else to go ‘Ahhh!’)
Who can resist a puppy?
(Exit Child 10 plus puppy)
(Enter Child 11, skipping)
Narrator: Wow! Great skipping! You obviously love it!
Child 11: And it’s good for me!
(Exit Child 11, smiling happily)
Narrator: Yes, any form of exercise is good for you!
(Enter Child 12)
Music 8 Can’t Stop the Feeling – Justin Timberlake
(Whole cast singing and dancing)
Narrator: And why do you love dancing so much?
Child 12: How can you not love dancing?
(Exit Child 12 smiling)
Narrator: (Trying a few moves) Well, it is good exercise!
(Enter Child 13, eating large bar of chocolate)
Music 9 Sugar Sugar - The Archies
Narrator: Hmm. I’m not sure this is quite so good for you!
Child 13: Oh, but I just love chocolate! Who doesn’t?
(Exit Child 13)
Narrator: (Rubbing tummy) Mmmm. Beginning to feel a bit hungry!
(Enter Child 14, reading ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’)