Puppets in the Classroom - Teacher Training Resources

Though preschool aged children tend to most enjoy puppets in the classroom, younger grade school students may also profit from the use of puppets. Even teens and adults will sometimes enjoy watching a well done puppet production, writing a script, or developing a puppet show to present to younger classes.
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Puppets in the Classroom

In this three page document, teachers will get some tips on how to effectively use puppets in the classroom by having a purpose, using them in a variety of ways, and more.



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