What Kind of Tracks are These

 

What Kind of Tracks are These

Equipment

No special equipment needed

Preparation

as many boys as want to participate!

Action

First boy, standing center stage, looking at ground.  
Second boy comes in, asks: "What are you doing?"  
First boy: "I'm trying to figure out what kind of tracks these are."  
Second boy: "They look like wolf tracks to me.  
Third boy joins group: "What are you doing?"  
First boy: "I'm trying to figure out what kind of tracks these are."  
Second boy: "They look like wolf tracks to me."  
Third boy: "They look like bear tracks to me."  
Fourth boy joins group:"What are you doing?"  
First boy: "I'm trying to figure out what kind of tracks these are."  
Second boy: "They look like wolf tracks to me."  
Third boy: "They look like bear tracks to me."  
Fourth boy: "You guys, those are TRAIN TRACKS."  
 
Just then, the rest of the boys come in as a train, tooting and chugging.  
 
this is a great skit for a large group, because you can have as many guessing the tracks as you can think up animals. Also, can have as many in the train as you have left over.  

Contributor

Lynn Simpson

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