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Robin Hood Assembly or Class Play  Product 38 of 43 in category Literature  Wizard of Oz Guided Reading Scripts

Wind in the Willows Play or Set of Guided Reading Scripts

Wind in the Willows Play or Set of Guided Reading Scripts
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Price £14.99 


Wind in the Willows Play or Set of Guided Reading Scripts

This script is suitable for use as Guided Reading (Readers Theater) or for performance. Instead of being sold as two separate products, it is in effect 2 for the price of 1 – as the customer can use it for either purpose.

The script is made up of 5 scenes:

Scene 1 Down by the river

Scene 2 Caravan ‘Holiday’

Scene 3 The Wild Wood

Scene 4 In and out of Gaol

Scene 5 The Rescue of Toad Hall

Guided Reading


These 5 scenes can be used by 5 groups of 6 children i.e. total of 30 altogether and simply read in the classroom, ‘around the table’.

In this format, the music suggestions and ‘extra cast’ would obviously be dropped.


Around 25 to 30 minutes (about 5 minutes for each script)

Play - for Performance Purposes

Use of the entire cast of 30: 6 speakers plus Woodland Creatures and Law Force, along with music suggestions. The length of performance can reduced from 45 minutes plus to around 20 minutes by less use of music and the omission of one or more scenes.

·         Play/Performance: 30 minutes plus time for inclusion of music/routines – of around 15 minutes. Total: around 45 minutes – probably a bit longer.


·         Assembly or Class Play. The length of the play could be reduced to around 20 minutes by omitting one or more of the scenes.


·         Toad

·         Mole

·         Ratty

·         Badger

·         Gaoler

·         Washerwoman


·         Woodland Creatures (Stoats and Weasels)

           and Law Force

Sample Text:

Badger:           (Exploding) Toad learn his lesson? I don’t think so! Not with his

Mole:               (Interrupting hurriedly) More sandwiches, anyone?

Badger:           (To Mole) You’re way too soft on him, Mole.

Toad:               (Indignantly) Hello! I am still here you know!

(Toad continues to fill his mouth with food)

Badger:           Taking advantage of your friends, as usual!

(Badger helps himself to some sandwiches)

Toad:               Well, you don’t seem to be doing so badly, yourself! Good sandwiches?

Badger:           Indeed they are! You certainly know how to put together a fine picnic, Ratty!

Ratty:               Well, thank you. This ol’ brain of mine does have its uses!

Mole:               Such a clever animal!

Badger:           And just as well, some of the scrapes you lot got yourselves into!

Gaoler:            Oh, we know all about those! Stealing a car and driving it with no thought for the safety of others!

Badger:           That’s Toad, to a T!

Toad:               (Indignantly) Whatever do you mean?

Badger:           Just that, nine times of ten, you think of number one first!

Toad:               (Scratching head) Woah! Wait a minute! That’s way too many numbers!

Badger:           OK. Let me put it to you simply. (Pauses) You are one selfish, conceited creature!

(Everyone gasps)

Mole:               Oh Badger! Must you? It’s such a lovely day and we were having such a fine time here by the river

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