Teeth and Eating Class Play

Teeth and Eating Class Play
Teeth and Eating Class Play
Teeth and Eating Class Play
Teeth and Eating Class Play
Teeth and Eating Class Play
Teeth and Eating Class Play
Teeth and Eating Class Play
Teeth and Eating Class Play
Grade Levels
Resource Type
Product Rating
File Type

PDF (Acrobat) Document File

Be sure that you have an application to open this file type before downloading and/or purchasing.

415 KB|12 pages
Share
Product Description
Teeth and Eating Class Play
Cast of 30 - easily adaptable up or down. Duration - around 20 minutes including music choices.
Once again, our narrator has his/her work cut out, vying with a dentist, a 'super athlete', a 'Sweet Gang' and of course .... a whole crowd of chattering teeth!
This is the first of a set of ‘body plays’ written by Sue Russell – the others are ‘in the pipeline’ and will be available soon – check out www.plays-r-ussell.com for updates on these scripts, including one on general body maintenance/good health.
Sample Script:
Narrator: Good morning and welcome to our assembly on
(Sound of dentist’s drill)
(Narrator walks over to dentist, standing over patient, with drill in hand)
Narrator: (Shouting) Er, excuse me!
(Drilling stops and dentist looks round towards narrator)
Dentist: (Angrily) Yes! Did you want something? Surely you can see I’m rather busy here!
Narrator: (Huffily) I’m sure you are! But so am I! I happen to be trying to hold an assembly this morning and, well, I just can’t do that with you drilling!
Patient: (Leaping off chair) Oh that’s fine! I can always come back another day!
(Dentist places patient firmly back in the chair)
Dentist: Oh no you don’t! You are not going anywhere – not until I have finished!
(To narrator) Now, if you don’t mind
(Dentist picks up drill and moves towards patient)
Narrator: No! Stop!
(Dentist stops)
Narrator: I can give you a very good reason why you should stop what you are doing. Well, for a short time, anyway.
Dentist: Oh yes? Well, come on, then. This had better be good.
Narrator: Well, wouldn’t you agree that prevention is better than cure?
Dentist: You mean, looking after your teeth rather than me fixing them?
Narrator: Correct! And our job here this morning is to educate everyone about just that!
Dentist: Ah! Now you’re talking!
(To Patient) You might want to listen to this. It could save you future trips to my surgery!
Total Pages
12 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
N/A
Report this Resource
Loading...
$18.00
Digital Download
avatar

Susan Russell

189 Followers
Follow
More products from Susan Russell
Product Thumbnail
$0.00
Product Thumbnail
$0.00
Product Thumbnail
$0.00
Product Thumbnail
$0.00
Product Thumbnail
$0.00
$18.00
Digital Download
Teachers Pay Teachers

Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials.

Learn More

Keep in Touch!

Sign up