A Cranky Christmas - an original nativity

A Cranky Christmas - an original nativity

A teaching resource provided by Pamela Marshall.

Resource Description

This original Nativity has been written to be performed by mid to upper stage primary, but it could be adapted to suit younger ages. All of the songs included well known carols and Christmas songs, so the music is easily available as it is all in the public domain. The work is fully copyrighted. Purchase allows the buyer the right to use the script for performance purposes in their own school, as many times as they wish. No limit of number of performances, advertising or repetition in future years.

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About the Author

Pamela Marshall
Pamela Marshall
Primary Teacher
A qualified Primary Teacher and drama and music specialist, I have worked both as a class teacher and in partnership with organisations including Young Enterprise, as well as several youth theatre groups and programmes. My aim is to provide a range of resources including original scripts, workshop plans, cross curricular topic planners with accompanying resources, planning and assessment pro formas and worksheets.

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