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Script title: Eraser
Script Author Paul Zeron: Profile | Scripts
Date uploaded: June 20 2001
Average rating:
9.1 (Very good)
68 votes (View)
Description: This play shows that we had better be careful what we say because there is no way that we can undo any damage done by our words.
Message from Paul Zeron:
Keywords: Speaking
Most appropriate ages:  From 6 yrs old, to 10 yrs old
Materials: A pencil
Number of puppets: 2
Number of non-puppets (ie humans): 1
Approximate running time: 5-10 (minutes)
Script language: English
Christian/Non-Christian/Either: Christian
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