Kids Monologue of the Month
Tips for preparing a monologue:
Break a leg! (That's theater talk for "good luck." It's bad luck to say "good luck" in the theater so you say "Break a leg!")
Here is the monologue for April/May:
HE CALLED me a butt
He called me a butt. What am I supposed to do with that? Then several other kids called me a butt. The teacher said, “Ignore it.” My mom said, “Don’t listen to them.” I really wanted to hit the first kid. But then who would get in the most trouble? Me! Either I’d win the fight, go to the office and get suspended or I’d lose the fight, end up with bruises, still have to go to the office and get suspended. My dad told me that humor might help. I decided to give it a try. The next day, the same kid called me a butt. So I said, “Watch out! I’m about to blow!” and I plopped down on the fart cushion I had secretly brought to class. The kids all laughed for 10 minutes! They thought I was so funny. My teacher even smiled as she wrote a note to send me to the office for “inappropriate behavior.” I smiled all the way there.