Hard of Hearing: CHILD 1: Would you like a drink? CHILD 2: A blink?
Miss Muffet and the Spider: SPIDER: Oooooooh! there’s Little Miss Muffet! Huh hum! Huh hum! It’s me the spider, I’m here to frighten you away! Little Miss Muffet can you hear me? Hellooo!!
Old Lady Sketch: Lady 1: Oh hello, fancy seeing you again after all these years Lady 2: How did you recognise me with your very old brain.
The Fox and the Goat: GOAT: Hey Fox what’s the water like down there, I am very thirsty and need a drink? FOX: Come and join me, it’s delicious and very fresh, come on jump in, there is plenty for both of us.
The Mouse and the Lion: MOUSE: Oh what a lovely day to play in the forest. I think I am going to go for a fast run and explore the forest. (MOUSE runs around fast squeaking as he goes. The LION is on the floor sleeping. MOUSE trips over the LION and falls on the floor) Oh no!! Whoopsy, whoopsy! Ouch! My poor toe!(LION roars and stares at the MOUSE and puts his paw on him) LION: Roar! Roar! Who are you? Be careful!
The Hare and the Tortoise: HARE: Just look at your funny little fat legs Tortoise. They are so short and stubbly, you can hardly move, how do you ever get anywhere? TORTOISE: I’m just fine, leave me alone, I tread carefully and go my own pace and I always get to where I want to.
Wellington Boot Sketch: Two children aged 6 – 8 yrs. The children imagine that they are each a wellington boot, part of a pair and have been left in the cold garage for some time. Characters: RIGHTLY & LEFTY
RIGHTY: Brr! It’s so cold and dark out here. Are you cold Lefty? LEFTY: Yes I am, Righty, it’s been a long time stuck in here, and it’s so boring, I can’t wait to get out and about again. You look very squashed Righty.