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Dooby Dooby Moo Adapted from a book by Doreen Cronin and Betsy Lewin To aid in comprehension of the story, read the picture book prior to performing the readers theater. Character Student playing the character


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Dooby Dooby Moo

Adapted from a book by Doreen Cronin and Betsy Lewin



* To aid in comprehension of the story, read the picture book prior to performing the readers theater.

Character


Student playing the character

Narrator 1




Narrator 2




Duck




Cow




Sheep




Farmer




All












Narrator 1


Farmer Brown keeps a very close eye on his animals. Every night he listens outside the barn door.

All

Dooby, dooby moo…. Fa la, la, la baaaa…. Whacka, whacka Quack…. (snores)

Narrator 2

Duck keeps a very close eye on Farmer Brown and every morning Duck borrows his newspaper. One day, an ad catches his eye:

Narrator 2

As soon as Farmer Brown opened his paper, he knew the animals were up to something.

Narrator 1

Farmer Brown watched them closely all day. He watched them from above, below, and even upside down.

Narrator 2

Outside the barn, late at night, he heard,

All

Dooby, dooby moo… Fa la, la, la baaaa… Whacka, whacka Quack…

Narrator 1

Inside the barn, the cows rehearsed “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star.”

Cows

Dooby, dooby, dooby moo. Dooby moo, moo, moo, moo.

Duck

Needs work.

Narrator 1

The sheep rehearsed, “ Home on the Range.”

Sheep

Baaa, baaa, baaa, baaabaaa… Fa la baaa, fa la baaaa, baaaabaaabaaa!

Duck

Try it again with more feeling.

Narrator 1

The pigs did an interpretive dance.

Duck

Whacka, whacka Quaaack…..

Narrator 2

Day after day, Farmer Brown kept a very close eye on the animals. He watched them from the left, the right, and even watched in disguise.

Narrator 1

Outside the barn, night after night, he heard:

All

Dooby, dooby, moo… Fa la, la, la baaaa… Whacka, whacka Quack….

Narrator 1

Inside the barn, night after night, the animals rehearsed.

Narrator 2



Finally it was time for the county fair. Duck paced back and forth. The pigs were combing their hair; the cows were drinking tea with lemon.

Narrator 1

Farmer Brown thought they were up to something and he was not going to leave them alone. He loaded all the animals into the back of his truck and drove to the fair.

Narrator 2

When he got there he heard:

All

Dooby, dooby moo… Fa la, la, la baaaa… whacka, whacka Quack…

Narrator 1

He parked his truck and headed off to the free barbecue.

Narrator 2

When Farmer Brown was out of sight, the animals ran to the talent show desk and signed in.*

Narrator 1

The cows sang, “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star.”

Cows

Dooby, dooby, dooby moo. Dooby moo, moo, moo, moo, moo.

Narrator 1

Two of the judges were clearly impressed.

Narrator 2

The sheep sang, “ Home on the Range.”

Sheep

Fa la, la, la baa. Fa la baaa, ba, ba, baaa, ba, baaaa.

Narrator 1

Three of the judges were clearly impressed. It was time for the pigs’ interpretive dance. But they were sound asleep.

Pigs

Shloink oink, oink, oink, oink, oink.

Narrator 2

All of the judges were clearly annoyed.

Narrator 1

Duck really wanted that trampoline. He jumped on stage and sang, “ Born to Be Wild.”*

Duck

Quack, Quack, Quack, Quuuaaaaaackk!

Narrator 2

The judges gave him a standing ovation.

Narrator 1

When Farmer Brown got back to the truck, he heard:

All

Dooby, dooby moo… Fa la, la, la baaaa… Whacka, whacka Quack….

Narrator 1

The animals were exactly where he had left them.

Narrator 2

That night Farmer Brown listened outside the barn door.

All

Dooby, dooby BOING! Fa la, la, la, la BOING! Whacka, whacka BOING!


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