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PUPPETRY. PUPPETRY AS A CREATIVE ARTFORM. Students enjoy puppetry because they are able to use their creative talents. Students can: Make their own puppet. Write or record their own scripts. Manipulate puppets with a little training. Entertain and inform. BENEFITS.

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PUPPETRY AS A CREATIVE ARTFORM

  • Students enjoy puppetry because they are able to use their creative talents. Students can:
  • Make their own puppet.
  • Write or record their own scripts.
  • Manipulate puppets with a little training.
  • Entertain and inform.
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BENEFITS

  • Puppetry has a positive effect on students who:
  • are shy or lack confidence
  • don’t like to be seen on stage
  • have difficulty speaking clearly or
  • remembering words
  • learn from their peers
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CHOROGRAPHY

  • Look for songs with an easy message or a simple tune.
  • Key words in a song can be great to give you ideas for props (i.e. Jesus, hill, lake). Make a detailed props list.
  • A sign can set the scene – use a picture or large letters that are readable.
  • Plan where the puppets are going to stand, where and when props come in and the movement of puppets particularly if moving in unison.
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FOR THE PROFESSIONAL TOUCH

Teach the puppeteer how to come on and off stage – pretend to walk up steps, turn the puppet to the back of the stage and walk down the steps.

The puppet needs eye contact with the audience. A puppet’s eyes and where your knuckles are located on your hand. The audience always sits lower than the puppet.

The puppeteer needs to keep his/her

arm upright against their ear and move

the puppet so that it looks real and

not a stiff board.

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FOR THE PROFESSIONAL TOUCH

It is easier for students to learn to sing a song with a C.D. than using words.

If students are using a script, pin the pages side-by-side onto the curtain or material being used as the puppet stage. Puppeteers can follow the words.

Learning to mouth words correctly takes a lot of practice.