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Script title: What It Takes To Work As A Team
Script Author Niome Hernandez: Profile | Scripts
Date uploaded: January 08 2005
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7.9 (Good)
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Description: This is a talk show spoof with four character puppets each with a different personality. We also have a talk show host (real person)
Message from Niome Hernandez: This skit was used for a outside outreach and taught the children we met that we all need each other to succeed.
Keywords: Character, Choice, Evangelism, Failure, Fun, Growth, Heart, Helping others, Identity, Leadership, Patience, Persistence, Respect, Responsibility, Safety, Self-control, Selfishness, Sensitivity, Speaking, Talents
Most appropriate ages:  From 6 yrs old, to 14 yrs old
Materials: Music for each character and the host
Number of puppets: 4
Number of non-puppets (ie humans): 1
Approximate running time: 30-45 (minutes)
Script language: English
Christian/Non-Christian/Either: Either
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