"Goldilocks and the Three Bears" Musical Play by Bad Wolf Press

Musical Play: "Goldilocks and the Three Bears" (GOLO-PL)

4.67 stars, based on 3 reviews
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The materials are very useful. The lyrics and the songs are easy to learn and teach. The instrumental music is also a fantastic tool in the real performance. The staging chart is a great tool that gives me a good reference.

Massachusetts

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  • Easy music funny
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Goldilocks and the 3 bears

Perfect for my grade 1 class. The make up this year had more timid kids than the past and we didn't have as much time as I wanted to prep. From start to finish the class put on a fabulous show in 4 weeks. So thankful for opportunities where kids can have fun while developing skills like focus, cooperation and of course singing. Families were so happy and proud!

Soulsbyville

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Kindergarten Teacher

This is now the fourth musical I have ordered and am pleased once again. We actually put on our musicals in May of the school year and all have been a big hit. So far, the students are just starting to learn the songs and the dance moves we are adding to each. What I love about this musical and all of them so far, is the humor that is added in, that parents can find funny and the students do, as well...sometimes it has to be explained, the nuances of the humor that is, but then the children can't stop smiling. I am a kindergarten teacher and was presented with the very first Bad Wolf Musical at a workshop 4-5 years ago, and had never put on a musical before (singing performances was all). I was afraid that it would be too much work, too hard, and so forth. Your musicals have made it so that I can connect the learning to our standards in art, speaking and listening and just working on cooperation, respect and kindness. The confidence that has developed in some of my shiest students through these performances have brought tears to my eyes. Please CONTINUE to develop pertinent musicals for these neophyte students and actors.

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