Puppetry Book


Covers basic and advanced puppetry skills, helps for puppet teams, and ministering with puppets. (147 pages)
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Puppet Scripts Page

Puppet Scripts for Ministry Use

Do Lions Make Good Pillows?

Puppet Script: Who Wrote All Over My Wall This script can be used as a puppet play or drama skit. It is based on the story of Daniel in the Lion's Den as found in Daniel chapter 6. The main truth emphasized in the play is "Stand Strong for God" The cast is King Darius, Daniel, Dermit-the King's Counselor and Melzar-the King's aide.   

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Who Wrote All Over My Wall?

Puppet Script: Who Wrote All Over My Wall This script can be used as a puppet play or drama skit. It is based on the story of the writing on the wall as found in Daniel chapter 5. The main truth emphasized in the play is "Ask God to help you say no to temptation." The cast is a Detective, Witness, Daniel, and Melzar, an aide.   

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I'm About to Lose My Mind

Puppet Script: I'm About to Lose My Mind This script can be used as a puppet play or drama skit. It is based on the story of the humbling of King Nebuchadnezzar as found in Daniel chapter 4. The main truth emphasized in the play is "Choose to say no to pride" The cast is Daniel, King Nebuchadnezzar, an aide, and a voice.   

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The Fiery Furnace Fails to Fry

Puppet Script: Please Pass the Veggies This script can be used as a puppet play or drama skit. It is based on the story of Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego as found in Daniel chapter 3. The main truth emphasized in the play is "Choose to stand strong for God even when it is hard." The cast is a reporter, the king, an aide, and Shadrach.   

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Please Pass the Veggies

Puppet Script: Please Pass the Veggies This script can be used as a puppet play or drama skit. It is based on the story of Daniel and his three friends as found in Daniel chapter 1. The main truth emphasized in the play is "Choose to stand strong for God even when it is hard." The cast is an emcee and three male puppets.   

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Forgiven, But Not Forgiving

Puppet Script: Forgiven, But Not Forgiving

This play was written by Patty Brown and is a take-off on the Parable of the Unforgiving Servant found in Matthew 18. A person is forgiven much and yet refuses to forgive someone else for something relatively trivial. The lesson is on the importance of forgiveness. The cast is 3 boy puppets and 1 girl puppet, but any combination of four puppets will work if you change the names. 
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What's With All These Rules?

Puppet Script-What's With All These Rules?

In my classrooms, I have three basic rules, which if followed make for an orderly classroom. This play uses a puppet to teach the importance of classroom rules. He enters and unintentionally breaks the rules. As the emcee explains the rules and the reasons for them to the puppet, the children are reminded of them (or learn them) at the same time. The script also includes a reproducible rules chart.
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I Can't Do It, It's Just Too Hard!

Puppet Script on helping children memorize a Bible verse

Memorizing Bible verses is an important part of spiritual growth, so it is a good idea to include them in your class time. In this play, a puppet needs to learn a verse, but doesn't think he can do it. The children are encouraged to help him, and by doing so, learn the verse themselves. Not only do they learn the words, but more importantly the meaning as well as a way to apply the verse.  
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Let's Have Some Fun!

Puppet Script- Let's Have Some Fun!The Bible lesson is a key element when it comes to spiritual growth. One way to know if you have communicated the lesson well is to ask review questions. If the children can answer most or all of them, you've gotten your message across. This play uses a puppet to help give directions for a lesson review game. It also includes the visuals and directions for making a simple, but fun lesson review game.
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