Fruit Assembly or Class Play Key Stage One

Fruit Assembly or Class Play Key Stage One (5 – 7 year olds)
This assembly or class play is one of a series on healthy living and could be used to introduce children to healthy eating habits.
The 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 the amount of information given on the different fruits.
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!
Also available from TES and
Key Stage I (5 – 7 year olds):
• Vegetables Assembly
• Exercise is Fun Assembly
• Let’s Be Healthy Assembly
Key Stage II (7 – 11 year olds)
• Healthy Living Assembly
• Teeth and Diet Assembly
• Vegetable Assembly - features on Key Stage II section of the website as it is suitable for lower Key Stage II and the content can be easily ‘tweaked’/added onto for older children)
• Let’s Exercise Assembly
• Skeleton and Muscles Assembly
• Around the Body in 20 Minutes Assembly – this latter the most comprehensive script, covering all body organs, the part they play, and good health tips.
There are numerous scripts in the PSHE section on looking after our mental health which is, of course, as important as our physical wellbeing.

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Created: Jan 31, 2019

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