Short easy funny Christmas play with Santa for KS1 Christmas assemblies and Kindergarten Christmas shows.
Christmas at the ZOO
Do animals know when Christmas is coming? I don't see why not.
The zookeeper is slightly suspicious that something strange is going on when he sees Timmy the giant tortoise on a skateboard. His suspicions are confirmed when the flamingoes start wearing pink legwarmers. And, what's more the baby animals are decorating their enclosures with tinsel and looking very excited. The truth is out there. Maybe, it has something to do with Christmas?
Age group: 5-7 years (Kindergarten-1st Grade, KS1 Year 1-Year 2)
Cast: 28 roles
- 19 speaking roles out of which 3 leading characters with 13, 17 and 26 lines (M or F) - 9 acting non-speaking roles
Duration: 15 minutes
Style: light-hearted amusing story with a moral
Christmas story set in London ZOO.
Short Christmas play for kindergarten, primary schools, elementary schools, children's theatre clubs. Includes traditional Father Christmas. Easy and entertaining story with a moral.
Play script "Christmas at the ZOO"
Christmas at the Zoo
Baby monkey and his friends tiger cub and polar bear cub are playing hide-and-seek when they discover a Christmas card showing Father Christmas giving presents to children. They ask the wise parrot for the meaning. The baby animals hope that if they are good and Father Christmas will deliver presents to them too.
They set about helping the animals in the zoo in entertaining and unusual ways. The animals in the zoo then decorate their enclosures and await the arrival of Father Christmas. Finally, all the excited baby animals fall asleep and Father Christmas arrives with his reindeer and delivers presents for them.
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