This thought-provoking show appeals to children’s interest in all living creatures, great and small. It describes the dangers elephants face and the positive steps being taken to protect them.
Download includes: Script, Song (vocal & backing tracks, piano score), Sing-along Video & Photographs
Cast: Ages: 6–12, KS1, KS2
Solos: Presenters: 1–20, Narrators: 1–10, Elephants: Sister, 2 Brothers, Auntie, Cousin, Baby, Big Momma, Big Papa, Crooked Tusk, Jagged Scar, Mighty Musk
PROGRAMME: about 20 minutes
1. Entry Music: Big Momma
2. Introduction: About African Elephants
3. Illustrated Rhyme: An Incredible Creature
4. Scene: Elephant Walk
Big Momma is leading her herd along an ancient walk their ancestors have trodden for generations. Passing male relations warn them of signs of ‘Man’. Although Big Momma tries to reassure her family that elephants have no natural enemies, but she has learnt otherwise ...
5. Song: Happiest Part of the Day
6. Summary: A Thought to Take Away
7. Exit Music: Big Momma
8. Gallery: Photographs & Topic Work
Curriculum Areas: Animals, Conservation, Ecosystems, Endangered Species, Environment, Habitats, Rainforests, Trees
Age guide: 7 to 11, Key stage 1, Key stage 2 Running time: 20 minutes No. of songs: The happiest Part of the Day