Skeleton and Muscles Assembly

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Skeleton and Muscles Assembly – Years 3 & 4

Skeleton and Muscles Assembly. As our Narrator finds out, ‘Head Shoulders Knees and Toes’, however beautifully sung, is never going to ‘do it’ – not with an X-Ray Technician, Doctor and Physiotherapist around! And as for Halloween skeletons? Nah! Not if the bones are on the outside!

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Skeleton and Muscles Assembly – Years 3 & 4

Skeleton and Muscles Assembly. As our Narrator finds out, ‘Head Shoulders Knees and Toes’, however beautifully sung, is never going to ‘do it’ – not with an X-Ray Technician, Doctor and Physiotherapist around! And as for Halloween skeletons? Nah! Not if the bones are on the outside!

This script was written as a complementary script to others already written – Teeth and Eating Assembly and Fruit Assembly Key Stage One. and Healthy Living Assembly 

Cast of 30 – easily adapted up or down. Duration – around 15 to 20 minutes.

Skeleton and Muscles Assembly Sample Text:

(Enter X-Ray Technician who takes one look at the ‘skeletons’ and falls about laughing)

Skeleton 1:      Hey! What’s so funny?

X-Ray Technician:       Well, to be honest (pauses) you!

Skeleton 2:      Hey! There’s nothing wrong with us!

Skeleton 3:      You’re not laughing at our costumes, are you?

X-Ray Technician:       Well, I’m guessing they’re from last year’s Halloween?

Skeletons 1, 2 & 3:      (Together, angrily) So?

X-Ray Technician:       So, you can’t expect to be taken seriously!

Skeleton 1:      And why not?

X-Ray Technician:       Well, has anybody ever told you, human beings have endoskeletons?

Skeletons 1, 2 & 3:      (Together) Endoskeletons?

X-Ray Technician:       Yes, that means skeletons inside the body! That’s what makes my job so important!

Skeleton 2:      And that job is?

X-Ray Technician:       (Holding up an x-ray) I’m an X-Ray Technician. I can see inside your body!

(Skeletons all gasp and cross their hands in front of their bodies)

X-Ray Technician:       (Laughing) No! Not with my naked eyes. But I can see every bone there is to see, with my special x-ray machinery!

Narrator:         Aha! Some educational content! At last! I was beginning to worry!

X-Ray Technician:       Oh no need to worry! With a little bit of help from your class, we’ll have everyone talking bones in no time!

Narrator:         Well, that would be useful, I suppose. Our school science equipment certainly doesn’t run to x-ray machines!

X-Ray Technician:       Of course not! And way too dangerous to have within a school building!

Narrator:         But we do teach the children about their bodies. To a very high level in fact.

(Narrator gestures for Child 1, 2 & 3 to step forward)

So, children. What have you learnt so far?

(Child 1, 2 and 3 launch into a lively version of ‘Head Shoulders Knees and Toes’; Narrator looks on smiling, whilst X-Ray Technician holds his head in bemusement)

(Narrator, seeing the ever increasing look of bemusement on X-Ray Technician’s face, stops the singing)

Narrator:         (To X-Ray Technician) What is the matter?

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