scenes 6 years old


Theatre 1:

“I’m glad I’m back”

Child 1: Ahhh!!! I’m so happy to see you!

Child 2: Long time no see!

Child 3: So, how were your holidays?

Child 4: Terrible!

Child 1: That sounds bad!

Child 2: Yeah! No fun at all!

Child 3: What happened?

Child 4: I broke my leg!

Child 1 & 2: Ouch! That hurts!

Child 3: How did you break it?

Child 4: I fell.

Child 1: Oh no! That’s terrible! I got bitten by a dog!

Child 2: Ouch! That’s even worse!

Child 3: Worse? I got stung by a jellyfish!

Child 4: Uuuuu! That really hurts!

Child 1: What about you? Any bad luck?

Child 2: Well… there were no friends to play with…

Child 3: Oh no! I think that’s the worst thing

All: I’m soooo glad I’m back!


Theatre 2:

“Just the way we are”

Kid 1: I wish I wasn’t so tall, I look like a giraffe.

Kid 2: I wish I wasn’t so short, I look like a dwarf.

Kids 3 & 4: We are happy just the way we are.

Kid 1: My hair is too long and curly!

Kid 2: My hair is too short and straight!

Kids 3 & 4: We are happy just the way we are.

Kids 1 & 2: Why are you always so happy?

Kid 3: Because we are healthy! 

Kids 1 & 2: So are we!

Kid 4: and we have family and friends!

Kids 1 & 2: So are we!

Kids 3 & 4: Then you should be happy just the way you are.

       Students think about it….

Kids 1 & 2: You’re right! We are happy just the way we are. 



Theatre 3:

“The Most Important Job”

Teacher: Good morning children!

Kids: Good morning teacher!

Teacher:Today we are talking about sports!


Teacher: Does anyone play sports?

Kids: Me me me!

Teacher: Calm down, calm down. Yes… (Points to ST 1)

Student 1: I love playing tennis! I hit the ball very hard!

Teacher: Good! Yes… (Points to ST 2)

Student 2: I love swimming in the pool! I swim very fast!

Teacher: Great! Yes… (Points to ST 3)

Student 3: I love ice-skating. I spin on the rink!

Teacher:Wow! What about you? (Points to ST4)

Student 4: I like sports…. but I’m not good.

Teacher: That’s not true!

Student 4: I can’t hit the ball or swim fast or skate. I can’t do anything! (Covers face crying)

Student 1: You cheer the best when I play tennis!

Student 2: and when I swim!

Student 3: and when I skate!

All Students: You are good at cheering!

Teacher:And that’s the most important job!

Student 4: Really? Thanks!


Theatre 4:

“Bad choice, teacher!” 

Teacher: Today we are talking about professions.

Kids: Not again!!!

Teacher: Ok, calm down! I chose the perfect job for you!

Kids: What? That’s illegal!

Teacher: It's just a test.

Kids: Fiuuu! (Wipe forehead)

Teacher: (To KID 1) You could be a hairdresser.

Kid 1: What? But I’m a boy!

Teacher: Who cares?

Kid 1: Boys can’t cut hair!

Teacher: Yes, they can! (To KID 2) You could be a post-woman/man.

Kid 2: No one writes letters!

Teacher: Why?

Kid 2: Hello?! We use e-mails!

Teacher: (To KID 3) you could be an office worker.

Kid 3: No! I want to be an artist!

Teacher: An artist? Why?!

Kid 3: So I can paint graffiti everywhere!

Teacher: Ok I give up. For homework: 1000 words on professions.

Kids: Nooooo!!!!



Theatre 5:

“The weather might change!”


    (Children are lying on the floor asleep)

Mom: Wake up! (Children stand up & stretch) get dressed, it’s very cold today!

    (SS gesture the item they are putting on)

Kid 1: If it’s cold, I’ll wear my scarf.

Kid 2: If it’s snowy, I’ll wear my gloves.

Kid 3: If it’s cloudy, I’ll wear my coat.

Kid 4: If it’s chilly, I’ll wear my hat.

Mom: Bye bye!

    (Kids leave the house and it’s sunny)

All kids: It’s hot! Mom’s crazy! Let’s get changed!

    (Kids go back inside & get changed)

Kid 1: It’s hot so I’ll wear my T-shirt

Kid 2: It’s hot so I’ll wear my cap.

Kid 3: It’s sunny so I’ll wear my my sunglasses.

Kid 4: It’s warm so I’ll wear my my shorts.

Mom: Hurry up! You’re late for school!

    (Kids walk out the door and it’s raining)

All kids: Oh no! It’s raining! Let’s get changed!

    (Kids go back home & Mom is waiting angrily at the door)

Mom: See! The weather can change!

Kids: Yes mooooom!


Theatre 6:

“Messy Weather”


            (Director is sitting in a chair with a cone to talk through)

DIRECTOR: You are on!

WEATHER PERSON: Oh no! I’m so nervous!

DIRECTOR: No time for that! You’re on in 3,2,1…

WEATHER PERSON: Ummmm Heelllo! welcome to Channel 3 news.

DIRECTOR: (whispers) Good! Keep going!

WEATHER PERSON: Let’s see the weather forecast.

            (The 3 weather SS enter on stage. Weather ST 1 gestures sunny weather with their hands together above their head)

WEATHER PERSON: Monday is going to be rainy!

WEATHER ST 1: No! This is sunny not rainy!

DIRECTOR: Cut! OK let’s start again in 3,2,1…

WEATHER PERSON: Monday is going to be sunny so wear a hat!

DIRECTOR: (whispers) Good! Keep going!

            (Weather ST 2 gestures zigzags with their fingers & then claps)

WEATHER PERSON: On Tuesday it will be windy

WEATHER ST 2: NO! This is thunder & lightning!


DIRECTOR: CUT! Try and concentrate! 3,2,1…

WEATHER PERSON: Monday will be sunny and on Tuesday Thunder & lightning so stay inside and Wednesday will be….

            (Weather person stares at Weather ST 3 while they blow)

WEATHER PERSON: What are you doing?


DIRECTOR: CUT CUT CUT! You are a terrible!

WEATHER PERSON: This program is terrible! Use pictures! I quit!

         (Weather person stomps off stage)


Theatre 7:

“Clumsy waiter”


1st Scene

Waiter: Good evening! Can I take your order?

1: I want the beststeak in the restaurant.

2: I want something different. Bring me the newest dish.

3: I'm not hungry, just a fewpotatoes.

Waiter: I'll be right back!


2nd Scene

Waiter: Your cake, your new dish, and a few tomatoes.

1: I said steak not cake!

2: This plate is new but it'sempty!

3: I said potatoes not tomatoes!

Waiter: Sorry! I'll be right back!


3rd Scene

Waiter: The best steak, something new, and potatoes.

1: (Tries the steak) Yuck! This steak is disgusting! 

2: This is spaghetti! Same old dish!

3: I said a few potatoes, not so many!

1,2,3:  Agggh! Check please!


Theatre 8:

“We’re tired of waiting”


KID 1: Good morning!

KID 2: Look! It’s sunny! 

KID 3: Let’s go to the playground!

MUM: Wait a minute! Jackets on! It’s cold outside. 

KIDS: Jackets on! Let’s go!

MUM: Wait a minute! Scarves on!

KIDS: Argh!! Scarves on! Let’s go!

MUM: Wait a minute! Gloves on!

KIDS: Ok! Let’s go!

MUM: Wait a minute! My make-up

KIDS: We’re tired of waiting! Let’s go! 

MUM: Wait a minute! I’ll brush my teeth...

KIDS: We’re tired of waiting! Let’s go! 

MUM: Ok, let’s go. Wait a minute! Let’s sit at the bus stop.

KIDS: We’re tired of waiting. Let’s walk!

MUM: Ok... Wait a minute! Zebra crossing…

KIDS: We’re tired of waiting! Let’s go!

MUM: Ok... Wait a minute! The traffic light is red!

KIDS: We’re tired of waiting! Let’s go home!


Theatre 9:

“Find the gold”

COWBOY 1: Ready to find the gold?

COWBOY 2: Yes!

COWBOY 3: Let’s go this way! (They bump into the Indians)


COWBOYS: How what?

INDIANS: HOW means hello.

COWBOYS: Oh! hello!

INDIAN 1: What do you want?

COWBOY 1: We’re here for the gold!

INDIAN 2: What gold?

COWBOY 2: That gold there (Pointing)

INDIAN 3: These are Indian luck coins!

COWBOY 1: And they are coins!

COWBOY 2: And they are gold!

COWBOY 3: And they are ours!

INDIANS: No they’re not!

COWBOYS: Yes they are!

INDIAN 1: I have an idea! (Whispers to other Indians)

INDIAN 2: We’ll have a competition!

INDIAN 3: Whoever wins gets the coins!

COWBOYS: Fine! What do you we have to do?

INDIANS: You must catch a fish with your hands. (Cowboys try & can’t do it)

COWBOYS: Impossible!

INDIANS: Our turn! 

COWBOYS: You have to lasso this hat with this whip. (Indians try & can’t do it)

INDIANS: Impossible! What are we going to do?

COWBOYS: We could share the coins?

INDIANS:  Good idea!


Theatre 10:

“Actors are on strike!”


Director: Prepared for tonight’s show? 

Actors: No! We’re on strike!

Director: Why?

Actors: We want new costumes!

Director: I don’t have any money!

Actors: Yes, you do!

Director: Ok, ok. I will go shopping...

         5 min later…

Director: Here you go, new costumes. On stage!

Actors: NO!

Director: Now what?

Actors: We need new wigs!

Director: Fine, here: new wigs. Now what?

Actors: We need new make-up!

Director: Fine, here. Now everything is new! On stage!

Actors: YOU need new actors!