The Bee And The Goats CHARACTERS - Timeless Teacher Stuff

The Bee And The Goats CHARACTERS - Timeless Teacher Stuff

The Bee And The Goats CHARACTERS: (9) Narrator 1 Narrator 2 Narrator 3 Narrator 4 Cat Boy Rabbit Fox Bee Narrator 1: Once a boy had three goats. One...

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The Bee And The Goats CHARACTERS: (9) Narrator 1 Narrator 2 Narrator 3 Narrator 4 Cat Boy Rabbit Fox Bee <><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><> Narrator 1:

Once a boy had three goats. One was a big goat. One was a middle-sized goat. And one was a little goat.

Narrator 2:

The boy lived near a hill. Every day he took the goats to the hill to eat the green grass.

Narrator 3:

One morning, on the way to the hill, the goats ran into a turnip field. The boy ran after the goats, but he could not get them out. So he sat down on the grass and cried.

Narrator 4:

Along came a cat, who asked,

Cat:

"Why are you crying?"

Boy:

"Oh, oh! My goats are in the turnip field. I ran and ran but I could not get them out."

Narrator 1: Cat:

cried the boy. "I will do it for you,"

Narrator 2:

said the cat. So the cat ran after the goats, but she could not get them out. Then she sat down on the grass and cried.

Narrator 3:

Soon a

rabbit hopped by and asked the cat,

Rabbit:

"Why are you crying?"

Cat:

"Oh,"

Narrator 4:

said the cat,

Cat:

"I cry because the boy cries."

Boy:

"And I cry because I cannot get my goats out of the turnip field,"

Narrator 1: Rabbit:

said the boy, and the rabbit said kindly, "I will do it for you,"

Narrator 2:

The rabbit hopped after the goats, but he could not get them out. So he sat down on the grass and cried, too.

Narrator 3:

While they sat crying, along came a fox, who asked of them

Fox:

"Why are you crying?"

Rabbit:

"Oh,"

Narrator 4:

said the rabbit,

Rabbit:

"I cry because the cat cries."

Cat:

"And I cry because the boy cries,"

Narrator 1:

said the cat.

Boy: Narrator 2:

"And I cry because I cannot get my goats out of the turnip field," said the boy, and the fox said to them all,

Fox:

"I can get them out."

Boy Cat Rabbit:

(All together) "Try it!"

Narrator 3:

they said, and the fox ran, and ran, and ran, but he could not get the goats out of the turnip field.

Narrator 4:

So the fox sat down on the grass and cried too. A little bee flew by and saw them crying. The little bee asked them,

Bee:

"Why are you crying?"

Fox:

"Oh,"

Narrator 1:

said the fox,

Fox:

"I cry because the rabbit cries."

Rabbit:

"And I cry because the cat cries,"

Narrator 2:

said the rabbit, and the cat said,

Cat:

"And I cry because the boy cries."

Boy:

"And I cry because I cannot get my goats out of the turnip field,"

Narrator 3: Bee: Narrator 4:

explained the boy. And the be said to them "I will get them out." and they cried out all together,

Boy Cat Rabbit Fox:

(All

Bee:

"Watch me and see!"

together) "You, you?

How can a little bee get three goats out of a turnip field?"

Narrator 1:

said the bee.

Narrator 2:

Away flew the bee to the biggest goat's back. Out of the field ran the biggest goat.

Narrator 3:

Away flew the bee to the middle-sized goat's back. Out of the field ran the middle-sized goat.

Narrator 4:

Then on flew the bee to the little goat's back. And away ran the little goat out of the turnip field.