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I just found this site referenced elsewhere on this board (but only after a search for the topic "friendship"), and I thought I'd bring it back up so that others might get some ideas from it:

http://www.dramatix.org/

Look under "scripts" and you will find a wealth of great dramas!

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Original posting by Nancy Fidler
posted January 23, 2004 08:01 PM January 23, 2004 09:01 PM
I Just happened to be stumped on a puppet skit and started surfing the web.

Check out
http://www.fishersofkids.com/download.htm
I was able to download over 100 skits/plays free!  Nancy


see also:

  1. Joshua Skits
    Site Description: are family situation skits, with a little boy named Joshua, who is just like any other Christian boy or girl you might know. He loves God with all of his heart, and he knows the Bible, but just like all little children, he needs to learn to do what the Bible says. Joshua is a little kid, and therefore helps the kids in your class to relate with what you are teaching. Josh, Sis, and Billy (Josh's friend) all talk wike wittow kids (like little kids) and Billy always spits when he says a word that has a letter "P" in it. Many times, Josh's Heart talks to him, and helps him out. When Josh's Heart talks, it is someone behind the stage that talks just like Josh, but in a deeper voice.”
  2. Nerd Skits
    Site Description: are my favorite skits, as well as the kids'.  They are skits where you can just be silly, and have fun, yet the kids will learn a ton.  Most of the Nerd Skits are in two different formats, Modern Day Bible Stories, and skit series.

    Modern Day Bible stories are just that, we dress as Nerds, and have rewriten the bible story to modern times.  This is a fun, and powerful way to reinforce the Bible story in our lesson.

    The others are a series of skits to show the meaning behind a concept.  We normally do the skit four times, three times incorrect (or what not to do), and the last one correct (what to do).  One of the ways of learning, is to find out what not to do, the negative.  God uses the negative often.  Eight of the ten have the words thou shalt not.  The Bible is filled with negative stories, that God uses to teach us what is correct.

    Both of the above two catergories are found at http://www.fishersofkids.com/skits.htm

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Here's a Rotation Model Teacher's DRAMA SCRIPT website:

http://www.rotationplays.com/

Laura Still has written 25 original dramas for her Sunday School. 

If all are as good as the free Jonah script, we're blessed! I particularly like her sense of kid-friendly humor. Not stuffy over overly traditional like some scripts.

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