Story Plays for Christmas Three Plays Complete with Stories and Interactive Activities by Vicki Howie
  

Story Plays for Christmas Three Plays Complete with Stories and Interactive Activities

Written by Vicki Howie
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Synopsis

Story Plays for Christmas Three Plays Complete with Stories and Interactive Activities by Vicki Howie

From the author of the very popular Easy Ways series, these easy-to-stage Christmas plays are for use with groups of 7 to 11-year-olds. Each play is introduced with a story version, followed by games and activities to help children explore it. There are three plays to choose from: 'Have you seen Christmas?', 'The earth looks forward to Christmas' and 'Jump for joy!' Each is designed to explore the wonder and joy of the Christmas period in a way that makes it easy and enjoyable for everyone involved. Contains photocopy permission.

Reviews

From The Association of Christian Teachers

- September 2008 These 'easy-to-stage

-olds, either in a school or church setting. Each play is introduced with a story version to read, followed by suggestions for flexible drama games and activities exploring the biblical themes of the storyline, photocopiable scripts and interactive poems. The book also includes suggestions for stage layouts, costumes, props and poster templates. There are three plays to choose from. 'Have you seen Christmas?

. The dog goes missing on Christmas Eve, Luke's young friends search in vain for Christmas throughout the city. At last, they find the dog (and the true spirit of Christmas) in a most unexpected place. 'The earth looks forward to Christmas

's vision of a peaceful world, he impatiently awaits the birth of a very special baby. 'Jump for joy!'

-ordinator for RE and PSE, Baden Powell Primary School, Cardiff From: The Methodist Recorder, 01 December 2005 The endlessly inventive output of Bible Reading Fellowship's Barnabas imprint is joined by Story Plays for Christmas by Vicki Howie, described as 'Three plays complete with stories and interactive activities

-11 age-group. Have you seen Christmas? tells the story of homeless Luke and his scruffy dog (a splendid opportunity for someone to dress up and be as lovable and comic as they like); The earth looks forward to Christmas has planet earth asking God for help and receiving the answer of the baby Jesus; and Jump for joy! shows eight- and nine-year old Jesus and John, with their mothers Mary and Elizabeth, meeting up as they all made their way to Jerusalem and reminiscing around a camp fire. As well as the stories, scripts for the plays and suggestions for stage layouts and costumes, there are poster templates and poems - with lots of jumping for absolutely everyone in the final Jump for joy! . The endlessly inventive output of Bible Reading Fellowship's {Barnabas} imprint is joined by {Story Plays for Christmas} by Vicki Howie, described as 'Three plays complete with stories and interactive activities

-11 age-group. Have you seen Christmas? tells the story of homeless Luke and his scruffy dog (a splendid opportunity for someone to dress up and be as lovable and comic as they like); The earth looks forward to Christmas has planet earth asking God for help and receiving the answer of the baby Jesus; and Jump for joy! shows eight- and nine-year old Jesus and John, with their mothers Mary and Elizabeth, meeting up as they all made their way to Jerusalem and reminiscing around a camp fire. As well as the stories, scripts for the plays and suggestions for stage layouts and costumes, there are poster templates and poems - with lots of jumping for absolutely everyone in the final Jump for joy! . -- Quote Source. Methodist Recorder These 'easy-to-stage

-olds, either in a school or church setting. Each play is introduced with a story version to read, followed by suggestions for flexible drama games and activities exploring the biblical themes of the storyline, photocopiable scripts and interactive poems. The book also includes suggestions for stage layouts, costumes, props and poster templates. There are three plays to choose from. 'Have you seen Christmas?

. The dog goes missing on Christmas Eve, Luke's young friends search in vain for Christmas throughout the city. At last, they find the dog (and the true spirit of Christmas) in a most unexpected place. 'The earth looks forward to Christmas

's vision of a peaceful world, he impatiently awaits the birth of a very special baby. 'Jump for joy!'

, Class Teacher and co-ordinator for RE and PSE, Baden Powell Primary School, Cardiff Review posted on: 11 September 2008 -- Rachel Davey Association of Christian Teachers

About the Author

Vicki is well established as a Barnabas author with her range of popular Easy Ways titles including Easy Ways to Christmas, Easy Ways to Seasonal Plays, Easy Ways to Bible fun for the very young, Easy Ways to Seasonal fun for the very young and Easy to say... easy to play! with its accompanying CD. She is also the author of Knock, Knock! Who's there?, a board book for the under fives.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
84 pages

Author

Vicki Howie
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Publisher

Barnabas an imprint of BRF (The Bible Reading Fellowship)

Publication date

23rd September 2005

ISBN

9781841014005


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