Сценарий сказки колобок

The Bun (The Kolobok, The loaf)

An author:

A grandfather:

A grandmother:

A bun:

A hare:

A wolf:

A bear:

A fox:

The trees:

The author:

Once upon a time an old man and woman lived in a village. One day the old man asked the woman to make a bun. (Дед пилит дрова, бабушка подметает пол)

The grandfather:

I’m so hungry! Make me a bun; please (Садится на лавку за стол, вытирает пот со лба)

The author:

The old woman mixed some flour with sour cream and shaped it into a kolobok,a kind of a little round bun (бабушка катает колобок) Then she fried it and left it on the windowsill to cool. (Бабушка ставит колобок на подоконник. Игрушечного колобка заменяет один из ребят)

The grandmother:

Ok (Перестает подметать, подходит к столу, надевает фартук и замешивает тесто)

The grandmother:

Well done (любуется колобком)

The author:

After some time the bun was bored to lie on the windowsill. So the bun decided to jump outside and have a look, what is going on around.

Suddenly the bun saw a hare.

A hare: Ah,Kolobok,kolobok I’ll EAT you now.( Заяц подходит к колобку и хочет съесть, но…)

The bun:

Don’t eat me hare. I”ll sing you a song (поет песню)

I’m kolobok,kolobok!

Made from flour round ball,

Made from sour cream and milk,

I’m shiny like silk

I’m running from grandma,

I’m running from grandpa.

To the forest far away

Catch adventure day by day.

And from you, little hare, I will easy run away.

The author:

The hare even didn’t notice the bun disappear. The bun rolled down the road until it met a wolf (Колобок катится по дороге и встречает волка)

The wolf:

Hi! Tasty bun, I’m going to eat you!

The bun:

Don’t eat me Mister Wolf,I will sing you a song(Поет песню)

I’m kolobok,kolobok!

Made from flour round ball,

Made from sour cream and milk,

I’m shiny like silk

I’m running from grandma,

I’m running from grandpa.

To the forest far away

Catch adventure day by day.

And from you, angry wolf, I will easy run away.

The author;

The wolf looked around, but the bun was far away (Волк оглянулся а колобок уже был далеко

The wolf:

Ah,I’didn’n bite even a small piece of that tasty bun. Next time I’m not going to listen to any stupid songs, I will bite and eat, eat and eat. (Волк разочаровывается)

The author:

But the bun happily kept running deeper to the forest. The bun was running, running and saw the big brown bear

The bear:

R-R-R, hi, round bread, I’m going to eat you.

The bun:

Don’t eat me Please big brown bear,I will sing you a song(Поет песню)

The bear:

Oh,so kind and romantic, dinner after song.

The author:

The bear sat down, closed his eyes and became ready to listen to the song.

The bun:

I’m kolobok,kolobok!

Made from flour round ball,

Made from sour cream and milk,

I’m shiny like silk

I’m running from grandma,

I’m running from grandpa.

To the forest far away

Catch adventure day by day.

And from you, big brown bear, I will easy run away.

The author:

The big brown bear was still waiting for another song, but the bun went on his way. (Медведь сидел и ждал следующую песню, но колобок убежал) And the bear went to the deep forest. The bun was rolling, rolling and suddenly he saw a fox (Колобок катился, катился и увидел лису)

The fox;

Hello dear, I have never seen anybody so beautiful and smart as you are! You are perfect! I like you so much! Where are you going?

The bun:

I’m just rolling along the road. Do you want me to sing you the song, I wrote myself

The fox:

Of course, I want to

The author:

The bun began to sing a song.

The bun:

I’m kolobok,kolobok!

Made from flour round ball,

Made from sour cream and milk.

I’m running from grandma,

I’m running from grandpa,

I’m running from the hare,

I like running I’m not tired.

I’m running from the wolf

I have got my own rule.

I’m running from the bear

I want find my luck somewhere!

To the forest far away

Catch adventure day by day.

And from you, red fox, I will easy run away

The fox:

What a wonderful song! (Лисе нравится песня, она показывает это)

The author: The fox pretended to be crying! (Лиса пытается заплакать)

The fox: Poor me, I became so old, I can’t hear anymore. The bun, please sit on my nose and sing your song again.

The author;

The bun jumped on top of the red fox nose and started singing his song

The bun:

I’m kolobok,kolobok!

The author:

But the red fox ate him. Here is the end of the story, to them who carefully listened honour and glory!!!

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Сценарий сказки Колобок

Johnny — cake

Once upon a time there was an old man, and an old woman, and a little boy. One morning the old woman made a Johnny-cake, and put it in the oven to bake.

—You watch the Johnny-cake while your father and I go out to work in the garden.

So the old man and the old woman began to hoe potatoes, and left the little boy to look after the oven. But he didn’t watch it all the time, and suddenly he heard a noise. The boy looked up. The oven door had opened itself. Then Johnny-cake jumped out of the oven, and rolled towards the open door, but Johnny-cake was too quick for him, and rolled through the door, down the steps, and out into the road. The little boy cried out to his father and mother.

—Mother, father, catch him, he is running away.

And father, and mother and the boy ran after Johnny-cake as fast as they could. But Johnny-cake was too fast for them and soon he was out of sight.Soon Johnny-cake came to a bear.

—Where are you going, Johnny-cake?

—I’ve run away from an old man, and an old woman, and a little boy and I can run away from you too — o – !»

—You can run away, can’t you? We’ll see about that!

And the bear ran after Johnny-cake, as fast as his legs could. But soon the bear gave up the chase and he lay down by the roadside to rest.

Soon Johnny-cake came to a wolf.

—Where are you going, Johnny-cake?

—I’ve run away from an old man, and an old woman, and a little boy, and a bear and I can run away from you too-o-o!

— You can run away, can’t you? We’ll see about that!

And he ran after Johnny-cake, who went on and on so fast that the wolf could not hope to catch him, and he lay down to rest.

Soon Johnny-cake came to a fox that lay quietly in a corner by a fence. The fox called out,

—Where are you going, Johnny-cake?

—I’ve run away from an old man, and an old woman, and a little boy, a bear and a wolf , and I can run away from you too-o-o!

—-I can’t quite hear you, Johnny-cake, won’t you come a little closer?

Then Johnny-cake went a little closer, and called out in a very loud voice,

—I’ve run away from an old man, and an old woman, and a little boy, and a bear, and a wolf, and I can run away from you too-o-o!”

— I can’t quite hear you; won’t you come a little closer?” said the fox in a weak voice and put one paw behind his ear.

Johnny-cake came up close. He leaned towards the fox and screamed out/

—I’VE RUN AWAY FROM AN OLD MAN, AND AN OLD WOMAN , AND A LITTLE BOY, AND A BEAR, AND A WOLF, AND I CAN RUN AWAY FROM YOU TOO-O-O!”

You can run away, can’t you? — cried the fox, and he snapped up the Johnny-cake in his sharp teeth.