Here are ten short monologues for younger students of any gender! They are set up on the pages so that they can be easily printed off and handed out.
Example of a gender neutral monologue for younger students:
I know you said “no more pets” after the lizard incident, but mom, you don’t understand. This is a special kitten. She is a talking kitten! When I heard her meowing inside of the bushes, she just let me pull her out and when I said, “If you want to come home with me, meow one time.” And she did! Then when I said “If you want me to pick you up, meow two times.” And she did! Then when I said, “Stay quiet if you promise to be good.” Well, she meowed three times, but I think she what she was really saying was, “I really want to come home with you.”
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