Here's my first one:
The Weather Outside is Frightening
*The ponies walk in as school begins.*
"Alright everyone settle down," said Ms Hackney, their school teacher. We have a special guest with us today. *Everyone chatters about who the guest could be.* Please welcome Daniel S. Frederick. He is the weatherpony in Ponyville. He has come here today to speak about weather safety.
"Thank you m'am," said Daniel. Now, can any of you tell me what lightning is? *Bright Eyes raises her hoof.* *Daniel points to her. Yes young pony.*
"Lightning is an atmospheric discharge of electricity, which typically occurs during thunderstorms, and sometimes during volcanic eruptions or dust storms," said Bright Eyes.
"Very good," said Daniel. The next thing is that when bad weather strikes, it is always handy to have a weather radio with you to keep you up to date on the storm. What this does is it will tell you when a weather bulletin has arrived. A weather bulletin is a message that the radio receives from a place called The National Weather Service alerts areas of incoming bad weather. Outside, as you may or may not have noticed, we have a new warning system up. Careful, though, it should not be pressed while anyone is outside because it can damage your hearing. *Everyone gasps.* *Sweetheart raises her hoof.*
"Will there really truly be any bad weather here?" asked Sweetheart.
"Well it's not very likely but I suppose it is possible," said Daniel. I have provided you all a tape of what weather is like, along with what bad weather looks like. *He slides the video into the VCR.* I will pause at certain points to better explain them to you. *He pauses the tape.* See this oval-shaped dot with several colors inside? That's bad weather. It is called a severe thunderstorm. What a severe thunderstorm does is that, depending on how bad the storm is, can be quite noisy outside. Hail is solid ice, which will hurt your head if you aren't well protected. *Suddenly, lightning flashes across the sky.* Well, I guess I'll have to wrap up early to get ahead of the storm.
"Thanks for coming, Daniel," said Hackney. *Daniel walks out the door.*
"It's really truly getting dark out," said Sweetheart.
"It's probably nothing more than a thunderstorm," said Teddy. *Lightning again illuminates the sky and thunder crackles shortly afterwards.*
"I hope it lets up soon," said Bon Bon.
"Remain calm, everyone let's try to get on with our lesson," said Hackney. *The power shuts off.*
"Whoa, who turned out the lights?" asked Lancer.
"The power must be out," said Melody.
"What are we going to do, now?" asked Patch.
"Relax, I'll get us out of here," said Ace.
"How, you can't see anything," said Melody. *Sirens begin wailing.*
"Wait, do you guys hear that?" asked Bright Eyes.
"I don't hear anything," said Teddy.
"I do," said Sweetheart. It sounds like some sort of fire truck noise.
"Ms Hackney, any idea what the noise is?" asked Patch.
"I'd say it's that new warning system," said Hackney.
"Why are they sounding?" asked Melody.
"Bad weather, I guess," said Ace.
"Oh no, guys, look now," said Clover.
"What is it?" asked Sweetheart.
"Looks like some kind of finger dropping from the clouds.
"Oh no, that's a tornado!" yelled Hackney. Everyone we must take shelter!
"What do we do?" asked Sweetheart.
"Get down on your knees, away from the windows," said Hackney. *The tornado shatters the windows and the entire school shakes. Then, it lifts and dissipates.* *Everyone slowly rises.*
"It's over!" said Bright Eyes.
"Too bad our school was damaged," said Melody.
"That's alright," said Hackney. They aren't expensive windows. School is dismissed early while I clean up. *Everyone races out the door.*
"I'm glad that's over," said Lancer.
"You can say that again," said Melody.
"Let's go to the ice cream shop!" said Patch. Race you all there! *She races off and the others chase after her.*
So, what do you all think?