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Script title: The True Twelve Days Of Christmas
Script Author Merrylue Martin: Profile | Scripts
Date uploaded: December 09 2004
Average rating:
8.3 (Very good)
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Description: To the tune of the famous carol, "Twelve Days of Christmas" - this interpretation tells about the Lord!
Message from Merrylue Martin: Puppet 1 sings a verse and exits. Puppet 2 enters, sings next verse and exits, etc. Puppeteer 1 works puppets 1,4,7,10 Puppeteer 2 works puppets 2,5,8,11 Puppeteer 3 works puppets 3,6,9,12 Puppets can repeat if 12 aren't available.
Keywords: Christmas, Fun
Most appropriate ages:  From 5 yrs old, to 16 yrs old
Materials: "twelve days of christmas" background melody - available to download on the web
Number of puppets: 6
Number of non-puppets (ie humans): 3
Approximate running time: 3-5 (minutes)
Script language: English
Christian/Non-Christian/Either: Christian
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