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Two Short Skits


By beanerywriters(11,675)



 

The Leader presented Julia and Joshua with a lead sentence and the children continued the story in tandem. They practiced acting out their skits before staging them for their parents.

L=Leader  Jul=Julia (7)  Jos=Joshua (5)

The Horse in the Middle of the Street 

[L]  There was a horse in the middle of the street.

[Jos] He was crossing to the other side.

[Ju] He almost got hit by a car but he made it across.

[Jos] He’s going to the other side to eat some grass.

[Jul] And then he heard a big sound like something was going to eat him.

[Jos] And then some people were coming to eat the horse, and he walked really fast and didn’t get eaten.

[Jul] And he hid in a cave, it was dark and spooky, it was in Williamsville.

[Jos] And there’s a little cave but there’s nothing to eat him. He had grass to eat.

[Jul] He just peeked out and there were no strangers so he got a lot of grass to put inside to make a bed, and some to eat. And he found some lovely bunny friends.

And that’s the end of the story of the little brown horse named Eli Heart.

 
 A Bunny named White Furry

[L] One day there was a little bunny named White Furry.

[Jos] He was in the middle of the track and he heard the train coming and its tooting.

[Jul] The little bunny was scared. She began to dig a bunny hole to escape.

[Jos] Then she dug it really far and someone said, What is this hole?

[Jul] But he was a nice guy so he just let the bunny dig his hole where he ate his carrots.

[Jos] He gave some carrots to the bunny and turned to check if the train was OK, then he stepped into the bunny hole and slid down.

[Jul] And the bunny helped the little man get out. He put the little man on his back and bounced him right out.

[Jos] And then the man was walking and looking behind again, and he fell into the hole again.

[Jul] The bunny said, Well, if you got in, I’ll try to bounce you out again, and please try to watch where you’re going.

[Jos] Then it was getting nighttime and happily ever after. The end.




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that was the dumbest pplays that i have ever heard


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