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THE   LITTLE  RED  HEN

Characters:

Jen The Hen                           Pam The Cat

The 1st  Chicken                                Tug The Dog

The 2nd Chicken                               Chuck The Duck

The 3rd Chicken

Jen The Hen:   - Hello! I’m a little red hen. My name is Jen, or Jen The Hen.

  I’ve got three children – one son and two daughters. They are

  very, very nice. They like to run, jump and sing. We live in a

  brown house in Green Street. We are a happy family!

 (The Song, Record 14)

Jen The Hen:              - That’s my daughter,

  That’s my daughter,

  That’s my son,

  That’s my son,

  We are very happy,

Together:                    - We are very happy,

Jen The Hen:              - We are fine,

Together:                                - We are fine!

The 2nd Chicken:       - That’s my brother,

The 3rd Chicken:                   - That’s my brother,

The 1st Chicken:                    - That’s my mum,

The Chickens:             - That’s my mum,

The 1st Chicken:                    - That’s my little sister

                          That’s my little sister

Together:                    - We are fine,

                                                  We are fine!

 (The Poem)

The 1st Chicken:                    - Spring is here – we can play,

The 2nd Chicken:       - We can play the whole day,

The 3rd Chicken:                   - We can jump and we can run,

Together:                    - We can have a lot of fun!

 (The Chickens run away)

Jen The Hen:              - I’ve got three friends. Here they are!

 (The Cat, The Dog and The Duck enter)

Pam The Cat:              - I’m a big grey cat. My name is Pam, or Pam The Cat.

                                                  I live in Green Street, too.

Tug The Dog:             - I’m a big black dog. My name is Tug, or Tug The Dog.

                                                  I live in a doghouse.

Chuck The Duck:       - I’m a big yellow duck. My name is Chuck, or Chuck

                                                  The Duck. I’m a good swimmer. I live near the lake.

 (The Hen goes away)

Pam The Cat:              - We are good friends.

Tug The Dog:             - We like to play hopscotch and leapfrog together.

Chuck The Duck:       - And we like to sing and dance.

 (The Song)

Together:                                - In winter I like to skate, -

  Says little Kate,

  In summer I like to swim, -

  Says little Jim,

 And what do you do in spring?

 In spring we dance and sing!

 (The Hen enters)

Jen The Hen:              - Come here, my children!

(The Chickens run in)

Come here, my friends! I’ve got five seeds. Let’s plant them!

All together:               - OK!

Jen The Hen:              - My dear friends, can you help me plant the seeds?

Pam The Cat:              - I’d love to, but I can’t. I’m not well. I can’t work.

Tug The Dog:             - I’m sorry, but I don’t like to work. I like to play.

Chuck The Duck:       - Oh, no. I want to go to the lake. I want to swim.

Jen The Hen:              - I’m sorry, my dear children, but my friends are lazy.

They don’t like to work. Can you help me plant the   seeds?

The Chickens:             - Of course, we can! With great pleasure!

 (The Song, Record 41 )

The Chickens:             - This is the way we plant the seeds,

  Plant the seeds, plant the seeds,

  This is the way we plant the seeds

  On a warm and sunny morning.

The Friends:               - This is the way we dance and sing,

  Dance and sing, dance and sing,

  This is the way we dance and sing

  On a warm and sunny morning.

Jen The Hen:   - Now I’ve got many seeds. And I know how to make bread. Can you help me, my dear friends?

Pam The Cat:              - I don’t want to help you make bread. I want to jump.

Tug The Dog:             - I don’t want to help you make bread. I want to run.

Chuck The Duck:       - I don’t want to help you make bread. I want to swim.

Jen The Hen:              - What a pity!

The 1st Chicken:                    - Don’t worry, Mummy!

The 2nd Chicken:       - We are not lazy!

The 3rd Chicken:                   - We can help you!

Jen The Hen:              - Can you?

The Chickens:             - Of course, we can! With great pleasure!

Jen The Hen:              - Oh, thank you, my dear children. Let’s begin!

 (The Song, Record 41)

The Chickens:             - This is the way we make the bread,

  Make the bread, make the bread,

  This is the way we make the bread

  On a warm and sunny morning.

The Friends:               - This is the way we run and jump,

  Run and jump, run and jump,

Chuck The Duck:       - This is the way I dive and swim

  On a warm and sunny morning.

Jen The Hen:   - Look! The bread is ready. It is on the table. It looks

  great!

The 1st Chicken:                    - I’m tired…

The 2nd Chicken:       - I’m happy!

The 3rd Chicken:                   - I’m hungry!

Pam The Cat:              - Hello, Jen The Hen!

Tug The Dog:             - Hello, little chickens!

Chuck The Duck:       - Glad to see you, my friends!

Jen The Hen:              - I’m glad to see you, too!

The Friends:               - We want to help you!

Jen The Hen:              - To help me?

Pam The Cat:              - Yes, of course.

Jen The Hen:              - Do you want to help me plant the seeds?

Tug The Dog:             - Oh, no!

Jen The Hen:              - Do you want to help me make bread?

Chuck The Duck:       - Oh, no!

Jen The Hen:              - Do you want to help me eat the bread?

The Friends:               - With great pleasure!

Jen The Hen:   - But I don’t want to give you the bread. I want to give

   the bread to my chickens. They are not lazy. They are

   nice and clever. They always help me!

 (The Song “Chuck, chuck…”, Records 58+60 )

The end

The Little Red Hen

One day as the Little Red Hen was scratching in a field, she found a grain of wheat.

"This wheat should be planted," she said. "Who will plant this grain of wheat ?"

"Not I," said the Duck.

"Not I," said the Cat.

"Not I," said the Dog.

"Then I will," said the Little Red Hen. And she did.

Soon the wheat grew to be tall and yellow.

"The wheat is ripe," said the Little Red Hen. "Who will cut the wheat ?"

"Not I," said the Duck.

"Not I," said the Cat.

"Not I." said the Dog.

"Then I will," said the Little Red Hen. And she did.

When the wheat was cut, the Little Red Hen said, "Who will thresh this wheat ?"

"Not I," said the Duck.

"Not I," said the Cat.

"Not I," said the Dog.

"Then I will," said the Little Red Hen.' And she did.

When the wheat was all threshed, the Little Red Hen said, "Who'll take this wheat to the mill?"

"Not I," said the Duck.

"Not I," said the Cat.

"Not I," said the Dog.

"Then I will," said the Little Red Hen. And she did.

She took the wheat to the mill and had it ground into flour. Then she said,

"Who will make this flour into bread ?"

"Not I," said the, Duck.

"Not I," said the Cat.

"Not I," said the Dog.

"Then I will," said the Little Red Hen. And she did.

She made and baked the bread. Then she said, "Who will eat this bread ?"

"Oh! I will," said the Duck.

"And I will," said the Cat.

"And I will," said the Dog.

"No, no!" said the Little Red Hen. "I will do that." And she did.

М. В. Булганина, МБОУ "ООШ", с. Знаменка Старооскольского района, Белгородская область