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How the Grinch Stole Christmas Script

16 November 2008 4 Comments


How The Grinch Stole Christmas is a popular Christmas story. Other than the songs that were originally written specifically for this cartoon, How the Grinch Stole Christmas script is EXACTLY what Dr. Seuss wrote in his book of the same name. Nana has found TWO versions of The Grinch script. Read below and follow the links to The Grinch script, a Readers Theatre The Grinch script, fun Grinch activities, How the Grinch Stole Christmas YouTube videos, and some Grinch stuff for collectors.

Synopsis of The Grinch Who Stole Christmas

When he was rejected as a child, the Grinch (no name please) takes revenge to steal Christmas from Whoville with the help of his dog Max…  The movie, directed by Ron Howard and starring Jim Carey based on How the Grinch Stole Christmas book, came out in 2000.

The Grinch Who Stole Christmas Scripts

The Grinch Script

The Grinch Who Stole Christmas Costume

Dr. Seuss Grinch Adult Costume

Grinch Mask Costume Accessory

Easy Homemade Grinch Costume
from FamilyEducation.com

Time: 30 minutes

Effort: Quick and easy – no sewing required

Materials:

  • Santa hat
  • Red sweatshirt (one that’s a bit too long for your child)
  • Green turtleneck
  • Green sweatpants or tights
  • Faux white fur (about 2 1/2″ wide, and long enough to go around the bottom, wrists, and neck of the sweatshirt)
  • Green gloves
  • Green face paint
  • Black eyeliner
  • Hot glue gun

Instructions: With the hot glue gun, attach the faux fur around the bottom, wrists, and neck hole of the sweatshirt. Make sure it will still be able to fit over your child’s head after everything is glued in place.

Dress your child in the turtleneck and sweatpants or tights. Have him put the fur-trimmed sweatshirt on over turtleneck. Lightly cover his face with green face paint. Use eyeliner to draw in scowl lines. Add the Santa hat and gloves.

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