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Do You Believe In Father Christmas? - By Debbie Campbell


Do You Believe In Father Christmas
Media/Arrangement: Printed Book with CD
Category: Christmas/Winter Term Musical Play - Debbie Campbell
Order Code: GA11946

KS1 KS2 CD
 

Product Description

Why are Christmas shoppers rushing about when you can wait at home for Father Christmas to bring you presents? Or should that be Mother Christmas? Equal opportunities now, you know!

This lively and up-to-date seasonal musical will amuse primary school children and is great entertainment. Three easy-to-stage scenes: a bustling street, chaotic preperations for the Nativity play and the children's bedroom on Christmas Eve.

Children of all ages can take part with chorus, speaking and solo singing roles. Also includes dance. Includes words, music and backing tracks CD with all the music you will need for rehearsals and performance.

Professionally recorded demonstration and backing tracks are also available to purchase and download here.

Approximate Duration: 30 minutes


Contents/Songlist

1) What A Lot Of Christmas Shoppers
2) Do You Believe In Father Christmas?
3) Grandad Tom Wants A CD Rom
4) Mrs O’Deary
5) Christmas At School
6) Camel Caravan
7) I Can’t Get To Sleep
8) A Christmas Dream
9) Wake Up, Wake Up, Wake Up

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