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Short Fuse Blows His Top

Description: A script using three puppets to help children who find it hard to control their temper. I have written this script to use in school, but it could easily be adapted as a Christian script. Special thanks to Robin for the inspiration.

Average Rating:
7.4 (Good)
7 votes
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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted April 27 2011

Rating: 9

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No Heading (Rated by: claudia) Posted April 1 2007

Rating: 8

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted June 17 2004

Rating: 8

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted March 20 2004

Rating: 9

Just what I'm looking for
No ending. (Rated by: Jeannette) Posted February 2 2004

Rating: 3

Very preachy. Hot tempered puppet gets mad at friends who invite him to eat with them in 30 minutes, instead of RIGHT NOW. He leaves and friends talk about how hot tempered puppets and kids lose friends. Skit ends here so kids can talk to adults about tempers. Bo-ring! This script's two 10 point evaluations were both on the same day. Hmmm?>
Excellent (Rated by: Jim Robinson) Posted February 1 2004

Rating: 10

Great to see some more scripts that can be used in any situation - in church or out. It's a message everyone needs to hear! Well done.
brillant (Rated by: jason) Posted February 1 2004

Rating: 10

lol good fun and i happy it jason pop

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