Colour Assembly for Key Stage One

£6.99

This assembly or class play is intended as a brief introduction to colour. As well as listing the primary and secondary colours it looks at feelings and images associated with colour, plus a touch of stereotyping (blues and pinks) – thankfully blown away by Elmer appearance!

Description

Colour Assembly for Key Stage One (5 – 7-year olds)

This assembly or class play is intended as a brief introduction to colour. As well as listing the primary and secondary colours it looks at feelings and images associated with colour, plus a touch of stereotyping (blues and pinks) – thankfully blown away by Elmer appearance!

Cast of 30 (easily adapted up or down).

Duration 5 – 10 minutes.

Sample Text:

Narrator:         (Applauding whole cast) Very good! (Pauses) And isn’t it funny how sometimes colours can make us experience different feelings. (To Child 17) You said how red made you feel hot. I wonder if we can do the same exercise again but think of how the colour makes us feel. Let’s start with red again!

Child 1:            Angry!

Child 2:            I see red! Grrrr!

Narrator:         Orange!

Child 3:            it’s a nice bright colour so it makes me happy!

Narrator:         Yellow!

Child 4:            (Running on the spot) Lots of energy!

Narrator:         (Thoughtfully) Hmm. That’s a positive spin on the word. But have you heard the expression ‘cowardly custard’? Sometimes yellow can be used in quite a mean way.

Child 5:            I think of buttercups! (Takes one out of pocket and holds it under chin) Can you see if I like butter or not?

(Narrator walks over to have a look)

Narrator:         It seems you do! A definite yellow glow on your chin!

(Pauses) Now, where were we? Ah yes, green!

Child 6:            You can feel green with envy!

Narrator:         Indeed you can! (Pauses) And blue?

Child 7:            Brrrr! It’s suddenly feeling a bit cold around here!

 

 

Also available:

Let’s Be Healthy Assembly Key Stage I

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