Finally, it is starting to look like autumn in my neighborhood. I live in southern California, a place where the prevailing heat almost makes you forget that there are other seasons besides spring and summer. Fortunately, the tempertaure has been dropping, and the leaves have turned their golden hue, and the morning have been brisk and windy. It's getting close to Thanksgiving -- and then onwards to Christmas. And that means it's almost time for holiday plays.
Over the next two months I plan to find the best seasonal plays, providing helpful links for school teachers, drama clubs, and anyone who is interested in putting on a play or skit to celebrate this time of year. And along the way, I might be writing some new stuff of my own. Here's a skit from last year:
If your family or your elementary classroom is looking for a short but sweet Thanksgiving Day play, you are more than welcome to use "Terri and the Turkey." It's a silly little skit about a girl who convinces her family to spare her beloved turkey, and it is completely royalty-free.