Where the Wild Things Are - Timeless Teacher Stuff

Where the Wild Things Are - Timeless Teacher Stuff

Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak Characters (6): NARRATOR CHILD 1 CHILD 2 CHILD 3 CHILD 4 MAX NARRATOR: THE NIGHT MAX WORE HIS WOLF SUIT C...

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Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak Characters (6): NARRATOR CHILD 1 CHILD 2 CHILD 3 CHILD 4 MAX <><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><> NARRATOR: THE NIGHT MAX WORE HIS WOLF SUIT CHILD 1:

AND MADE MISCHIEF

CHILD 2:

OF ONE KIND

CHILD 3:

AND ANOTHER.

NARRATOR:

HIS MOTHER CALLED HIM

CHILD 4:

"WILD THING!"

NARRATOR:

AND MAX SAID:

MAX:

"I'LL EAT YOU UP!!"

CHILD 1:

SO HE WAS SENT TO BED

CHILD 2:

WITHOUT EATING ANYTHING.

NARRATOR:

THAT VERY NIGHT IN MAX'S ROOM

MAX:

A FOREST GREW, AND GREW, AND GREW UNTIL THE CEILING HUNG WITH VINES

CHILD 3:

AND THE WALLS BECAME THE WORLD ALL AROUND

CHILD 4:

AND AN OCEAN TUMBLED BY

MAX:

"WITH A PRIVATE BOAT!"

NARRATOR:

FOR MAX. AND HE SAILED OFF THROUGH NIGHT AND DAY

CHILD 1:

AND IN AND OUT OF WEEKS CHILD 2: AND ALMOST OVER A YEAR

MAX:

TO WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE!

NARRATOR:

AND WHEN HE CAME TO THE PLACE WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE THEY

CHILD 3:

ROARED THEIR TERRIBLE ROARS!

CHILD 4:

AND GNASHED THEIR TERRIBLE TEETH!

(ALL GNASH TEETH)

CHILD 1:

AND ROLLED THEIR TERRIBLE EYES!

(ALL ROLL EYES)

CHILD 2:

AND SHOWED THEIR TERRIBLE CLAWS!

(ALL SHOW CLAWS)

NARRATOR:

TILL MAX SAID:

MAX:

"BE STILL!"

(ALL ROAR)

CHILD 3:

AND TAMED THEM

CHILD 4:

WITH THE MAGIC TRICK

MAX:

OF STARING INTO ALL THEIR YELLOW EYES

CHILD 1:

WITHOUT BLINKING ONCE

NARRATOR:

AND THEY WERE FRIGHTENED AND CALLED HIM

ALL:

THE MOST WILD THING OF ALL!!

NARRATOR:

AND MADE HIM KING OF ALL WILD THINGS.

MAX:

"AND NOW, LET THE WILD RUMPUS START!! (PAUSE) NOW, STOP!"

CHILD 3:

AND SENT THE WILD THINGS OFF TO BED

CHILD 4:

WITHOUT THEIR SUPPER....AND MAX

CHILD 1:

THE KING OF ALL WILD THINGS, SAID:

MAX:

"I'M LONELY!"

NARRATOR:

AND WANTED TO BE WHERE SOMEONE LOVED HIM BEST OF ALL

CHILD 2:

THEN, ALL AROUND, FROM FAR AWAY, ACROSS THE WORLD

NARRATOR:

HE SMELLED GOOD THINGS TO EAT!! SO HE SAID:

MAX:

"I'LL GIVE UP BEING KING OF WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE."

CHILD 3:

BUT THE WILD THINGS CRIED

CHILD 4:

OH, PLEASE DON'T GO

CHILD 1:

WE'LL EAT YOU UP

CHILD 2:

WE LOVE YOU SO

NARRATOR:

AND MAX SAID:

MAX:

"NO!"

CHILD 1:

THE WILD THINGS ROARED THEIR TERRIBLE ROARS (ALL ROAR)

CHILD 2:

AND GNASHED THEIR TERRIBLE TEETH

CHILD 3:

AND ROLLED THEIR TERRIBLE EYES(ALL ROLL EYES)

CHILD 4:

AND SHOWED THEIR TERRIBLE CLAWS

NARRATOR:

BUT MAX STEPPED INTO HIS PRIVATE BOAT

CHILD 1:

AND WAVED GOOD-BYE (MAX WAVES)

(ALL SHOW TEETH)

(ALL SHOW CLAWS)

CHILD 2:

AND SAILED BACK

CHILD 3:

ALMOST OVER A YEAR AND IN AND OUT OF WEEKS AND THROUGH A DAY

MAX:

AND INTO THE NIGHT OF MY OWN ROOM

CHILD 4:

WHERE HE FOUND HIS SUPPER WAITING FOR HIM

MAX:

"AND IT WAS STILL HOT!"