Fruit Assembly Key Stage One (KS1)
Fruit Assembly Key Stage One (KS1) or class play could be used to introduce children to healthy eating habits – the first of a series on healthy living.
This script lists 25 fruits – more can of course be added on; and it has an additional five cast members taking the cast size to 30. This number can be easily increased or decreased.
Duration is around 10 minutes – again, easily adaptable up or down depending on amount of information given on the different fruits.
Fruit Assembly Key Stage One Sample Text:
Narrator: (To Zucchini) Ooh! Very exotic! (Pauses) So, let’s take a look at these different fruits, one at a time.
(Narrator turns to Child 3 – 5)
And then I want you children to decide which fruit you would have as your ‘Top Pick!
Apple: You should choose me! Juicy and ripe!
Apricot: No, me! Sweet and succulent!
Banana: Nah! Bananas have it! Monkeys can’t all be wrong!
Blackcurrant: No! Blackcurrants are the best. Think Ribena!
Cherry: Or Cherries – perfect in the summer!
Coconut: Coconuts have it all. You can use the shell
(Demonstrates clip clopping sound of two halves knocked together)
Or eat the inside – or even drink the milk!
Narrator: Wow! That is one versatile fruit!
Date: (Flirtatiously) Nah. Come for a date with me! You’ll find me sweeter than all this lot put together!
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Key Stage II