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Script title: Obey Your Parents
Script Author Jeff Robson: Profile | Scripts
Date uploaded: March 16 2001
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Description: A puppet discovers that life goes much better when he obeys his parents. Firstly, he hurts himself on some toys he should have picked up, then he gets sick eating some berries his dad told him not to eat. Could be adapted for Mother's Day or Father's Day.
Message from Jeff Robson: In case you're wondering, the squirt bottle and basin are used to produce 'realistic' throwing-up noises behind the stage. The kids loved the 'gross'-ness of it!
Keywords: Family, Obedience, Respect
Most appropriate ages:  From 7 yrs old, to 11 yrs old
Materials: Stage, hat, squirt bottle of water and basin
Number of puppets: 1
Number of non-puppets (ie humans): 1
Approximate running time: 3-5 (minutes)
Script language: English
Christian/Non-Christian/Either: Either
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Latvian: Bērnu Draudzes Leļļu Teātris "paklausi Saviem Vecākiem" ("obey Your Parents" In Latvian)
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