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Dinosaurs Guided Reading Play Scripts

 
 
Dinosaurs Guided Reading Play Scripts
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Dinosaurs Guided Reading Scripts

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Sample Texts from Meet The Dinosaurs

Play 1 ‘Favourites'

Speakers:

Tyrannosaurus Rex     (T. Rex)

Diplodocus                  (Dippie)

Triceratops                  (Try)

Iguanodon                   Iggie

Brachiosaurus             Brachie

Stegosaurus                 Steg

 

Steg:                Hmm. Not blindingly obvious! But then I'm not famous for my brains!

T. Rex:            No. That goes for a lot of you ‘tiny headed' plant eaters!

Dippie:            Nothing wrong with having a brain the size of a walnut!

Brachie:           Here! Here!  But what was your other name, Steg? I don't think you got round to telling us.

Steg:                Er, um.

T.Rex:             Let me help! It's ‘covered lizard' or ‘roof lizzard'.

Steg:                Ah yes! That's it! And of course I have that name because .... Er... um..

Try:                  Oh come on, Steg! Try a little harder!

Steg:                All right, Mister Try, Try and Try-again-ceratops!

 

 

Play 2 The Biggest!

 

Speakers:

Seismosaurus                           (Cecil)

Mamenchisaurus                     (Mam)

Gigantosaurus                         Gig

Spinosaurus                             Spiny

Carcharodontosaurus              Car

Compsognathus                      Chicken

 

(Earth shaking)

Cecil:               Whoa! Sorry everyone! That happens every time I move!

Chicken:          Then please don't! It's really scary for one as small as me!

Car:                 Chicken! You'd better toughen up if you're gonna stick around with us big boys!

Mam:               Yeah! Better be careful we don't trip over this one!

Chicken:          I might be small but I could win a running race against you lot - hands down!

Cecil:               Well, if it came to feet down, you'd be well and truly squashed under me! The biggest!

Mam:               And without wishing to stick my neck out .... Guess what I'm most famous for?

Gig:                 Nothing to do with having the longest neck ever, I don't suppose?

 

 

 

Play 3 The Deadliest

 

Speakers:

Velociraptor    (‘fast robber')

Deinonychus   (‘terrible claw')

Troodon          (‘wounding tooth')

Ankylosaurus  (‘stiff lizard')

Allosaurus       (‘strange lizard')

Albertosaurus  (‘lizard of Alberta)

 

Deinonychus:  Certainly could! Size isn't everything, you know! I probably had the deadliest reputation out of all of you!

Allosaurus:      When you were hunting in packs you were unstoppable.

Deinonychus:  Indeed. I was the supreme pack hunter! I had no enemies. Not surprising with a name like ‘Terrible Claw'! My very own flick knife!

Velociraptor:   12 centimetres long! What a weapon!

Deinonychus:  Just brilliant for slashing and slicing!

Velociraptor:   And all those sharp teeth! I had 80! Just great for ripping and tearing!

Troodon:         And I had 100! Perfectly shaped for slicing through flesh! No wonder they called me ‘wounding tooth'!

Velociraptor:   And we certainly made up in speed what we lacked in size. I could reach speeds of 40 miles per hour! How fast could you giants go?

Allosaurus:      Er, um, around 12 miles per hour

 

 

Play 4 Head Bangers!

 

Speakers:

Dilophosaurus             (2-Ridge)

Pachycephalosaurus    (Dome-head)

Parasaurolophus          (Long-crest)

Corythosaurus             (Helmet-head)

Tsintaosaurus              (Trumpet-head)

Stygimoloch                (Horn-head)

 

2-Ridge:          So, I'm guessing we're not all heading for the nearest beauty pageant!

Dome-head:    I'm not ashamed of my ...(pauses) slightly unusual looks!

Long-crest:      Nor me! We should be proud of our crests and lumps and bumps!

Helmet-head:  Right on! We've got nothing to hide ..

Trumpet-head: Not even under that helmet?!

Helmet-head:  Or what about up your trumpet?

Long-crest:      Huh! Nothing compared with my fog-horn!

Horn-head:      And speaking of horns .... Nobody's got as many as me!

2-Ridge:          You old devil! What was it they called you?

Horn-head:      Horned devil from the river of death.

 

 

Play 5  Flyers and Swimmers

 

Speakers:

Quetzalcoatlus                        Flyer

Pteranodon                  Flyer

Pterodactylus              Flyer

Suchomimus                Dinosaur

Elasmosaurus              Swimmer

Mosasaurus                 Swimmer

 

Pteranodon:                 (Sniffing) There's something very fishy going on here.

Pterodactylus:             That's it! We're all - or nearly all - fish-eaters!

Mosasaurus:                Though I wasn't fussy! I'd eat anything!

Elasmosaurus:             You certainly had the jaws for it! I guess you just swam along with them wide open!

Quetzalcoatlus:           Like my wings!

Pterodactylus:             What a sight! Just like a giant glider!

Pteradon:                     And I wasn't far behind. I might not have been the biggest winged reptile that ever lived, but I was still pretty huge!

Quetzalcoatlus:           Half my size

Pterodactylus:             But still three times mine! Still, I was the best known! So I'll settle for that!

 

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