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Noah Puppet Skit

I wrote a puppet skit for our Sunday School Anniversary back in 1997 for Noah.

I narrated the story and paused where appropriate for the kids to do actions with their sound effects, props & puppets.  See script here: http://www.christiancrafters.com/Noahs_Play.html Capitalized sections are the actions that need to take place.

Cardboard Boat Prop

I found a picture of the boat I created from cardboard (pictured  below). I cut out three round portals where puppets could also pop out their heads. The wood look is just drawn on with a wide black marker. On each side are two pieces of cardboard attached using Octa-Clips. Waves were also cut from cardboard and have a wooden dowel rod taped to the back to keep them sturdy so the kids could move them back and forth during the storm. When we did it the stage curtains were open and adults were behind the curtains holding each side of the boat and we only used the large center piece at that time.

Cardboard Boat for Noah

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