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Noah's Story

Description: A 'talking' dog helps to tell the story about Noah, the flood, and the ark (with a surprise ending).

Average Rating:
8.8 (Very good)
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No Heading (Rated by: SUTTER) Posted May 24 2016

Rating: 10

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted May 21 2016

Rating: 9

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted September 12 2014

Rating: 10

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted September 12 2014

Rating: 10

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Haven't used it yet but I like the humour. (Rated by: Andy) Posted May 12 2014

Rating: 8

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted April 26 2014

Rating: 8

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No Heading (Rated by: John Barwick) Posted January 16 2014

Rating: 6

I am just a beginner but I would like the puppet to have more a little more input as the kids want to see the puppet not the human.
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted January 6 2014

Rating: 8

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted September 28 2012

Rating: 8

i am from india trying to teach 30-40 children from slums. i did not know how to perform the puppet show. this is great help. with your work you are effecting people in an unkown teritory. god bless you richly. kindly send me more scripts for use to my email id. swapnalds@yahoo.com
Fun learning for the kids (Rated by: Jane) Posted August 6 2012

Rating: 10

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted August 4 2012

Rating: 9

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Noahs Story (Rated by: Debbie) Posted July 10 2012

Rating: 10

Liked this script because people who do not use puppets often can use the dog puppet but do not have to speak a lot with the puppet. Have him shake his head a lot and use a lot of motions.
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted February 13 2012

Rating: 10

Really cute!
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted December 25 2011

Rating: 8

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No Heading (Rated by: kaelyn) Posted December 13 2011

Rating: 10

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted August 29 2011

Rating: 10

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No Heading (Rated by: Joel) Posted August 2 2011

Rating: 9

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted January 21 2011

Rating: 8

This is great. The only reason I did not give it a ten is due to my inexperience. I haven't work with any other plays.
awesome! (Rated by: Lynn) Posted July 21 2010

Rating: 10

Have used this skit in both my children's church program and VBS. The kids love it!!!
Great script (Rated by: Roger) Posted June 15 2010

Rating: 9

Thought this script was very and look foeward performing it with my 'dog'
Great Script (Rated by: Carrie) Posted November 5 2009

Rating: 10

We used this script as one of our skits at our 25 year puppet team reunion presentation. We used an adult in our Saint dog suit from Puppet Productions. Our team acted out the skit while we told it. This was a real hit with a real message!
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted November 4 2009

Rating: 7

i thought this was cute!
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted April 19 2009

Rating: 9

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I plan to use this skit! (Rated by: Sunnie) Posted November 7 2008

Rating: 10

I LOVED it!
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted October 30 2008

Rating: 10

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No Heading (Rated by: Bonnie Williams) Posted July 30 2008

Rating: 10

This is the cutest story! Very appealing to young children. I love the way the dog (Dudley)barks the answers.Great!!!
pupet show for ages 5-12 (Rated by: Brenda) Posted July 25 2008

Rating: 10

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted July 18 2008

Rating: 9

I adapted this skit for our Vacation Bible School. It was our opening puppet show on the first day. The children and adults really enjoyed it. Great way to start our week
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted April 21 2008

Rating: 9

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted December 28 2007

Rating: 10

It was explained real well. I loved it (especially the dog).
Bible comes in more for children but this way they can really enjoy it! (Rated by: Shannon) Posted November 12 2007

Rating: 7

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big hit (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted October 22 2007

Rating: 10

I did this for the Children's Story at my church and it was a hit. It kept the kids attention and I was asked to do a story with "Dudley" again. Children and adults alike said they loved it.
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted October 19 2007

Rating: 10

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Puppet feedback (Rated by: Karen Heitstuman) Posted July 31 2007

Rating: 8

I like the idea of the human playing off of a pet or animal. Some of us don't have good "puppet" or fake voices. The scriptis simple enough for small children but can be expanded on for older kids. Thank you from a beginner.
it's great! (Rated by: divina) Posted July 17 2007

Rating: 10

wat i like most is it's simple and kids did enjoy it. we were able to impart God's word to the kids & they did understand.I do belived it will make an impact to them.
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted May 21 2007

Rating: 8

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted January 6 2007

Rating: 10

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No Heading (Rated by: susan nangle) Posted December 10 2006

Rating: 8

enjoyed this script sorry it is not longer many thanks God bless
No Heading (Rated by: kathy) Posted April 5 2005

Rating: 8

Good! Short easy to do, very usefull
I loved it (Rated by: Carson) Posted March 27 2005

Rating: 10

I love this story because it is Soooooooooooo nice and it has a beautiful ending and none of the animals die !!!!!
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted February 24 2005

Rating: 8

Good to use with infants, but requires some ventriloquist skills which I do not possess.
Noah's Story (Rated by: Margaret) Posted January 3 2005

Rating: 10

I have a ventriloquist DOG and I am going to use this with him, it's great.
No Heading (Rated by: paula) Posted September 8 2004

Rating: 10

good job......
One of the best I've read (Rated by: JR) Posted August 22 2004

Rating: 10

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Fun fun fun (Rated by: LJ) Posted August 15 2004

Rating: 9

Very nice work. I'd like to do this one! And yes, it's just as funny as you think it is. Great work.
Perfect! (Rated by: Lester) Posted July 14 2004

Rating: 10

So good, puppet productions. This is a classic!
Good (Rated by: Jess) Posted July 9 2004

Rating: 8

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No Heading (Rated by: Wendy) Posted June 27 2004

Rating: 8

Nice. :)
Feed Me (Rated by: Curt King) Posted June 25 2004

Rating: 10

Like Garfield's famous quote, Feed me! Great ending! Letting the kids learn an important lesson without being bored out of there brains is our top priority. This will not let the kids get bored. Thanks
Noah's Story is good! (Rated by: Jimmy) Posted June 14 2004

Rating: 10

This is a wonderful story for the kids. Thanks for sharing it.
So much fun !!! (Rated by: Jacqui) Posted June 2 2004

Rating: 10

This skit makes learning God's Word so fun !! Adults and children both will love it !! The comment made about it being witchcraft is way off base. Hazel, check out Numbers 22:28.
Great Script (Rated by: Pam) Posted May 3 2004

Rating: 10

I love this script. I can't wait to use it
No Heading (Rated by: Linda Putnam) Posted April 17 2004

Rating: 10

This is perfect for our needs as it addresses the why of Noah's Ark and the building of the altar afterwards. Thank you!
Balaam's ass (Rated by: Angela McIntyre) Posted September 30 2003

Rating: 9

I'm not sure why in the world folks would be upset with children hearing a message from a talking dog. Let's not forget that God spoke through Balaam's ass (Numbers 22:28). Dears, this script is truly delightful. Let's not make too much out of a children's puppet play.
Hazel, look at the "quotation marks" (Rated by: Virgil) Posted September 29 2003

Rating: 10

Clearly the author indicated that this is a "talking dog" with a nudge and a wink. We all know this is a great script. Let's just enjoy it! Arf-arf!
Great Script! I am using it in kid's church! (Rated by: Dave Marriott) Posted September 28 2003

Rating: 10

As to Hazel's comment. I am glad you have your gaurd up against demons masquerading as talking dogs to help children understand a Bible story. That is the devil's number one trick and I am happy that you will not be fooled. Excuse my sarcasm, but what kind of a demon teaches kids Bible stories? Get real. This is a great script.
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted April 27 2003

Rating: 6

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Nice job! (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted March 13 2003

Rating: 9

This is absolutely delightful! I will definately recommend it to others. I like the dog alot!
No Heading (Rated by: Charlie) Posted December 30 2002

Rating: 10

This was the first script I did for the childrens story during church. It was a BIG hit, not just with the kids, but also with the adults.
witchcraft (Rated by: Hazel Motes) Posted December 20 2002

Rating: 2

there are no such thing as talking dogs. Only demons masquerading as talking dogs.
No Heading (Rated by: Call me Ishmael) Posted December 5 2002

Rating: 8

anything with a talking dog is OK by me!
Brings a smile (Rated by: C.J Bowen) Posted October 29 2002

Rating: 9

Brings a smile to all - thanks
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted October 7 2002

Rating: 10

This was my first attempt to do a childrens story . This story was a hit. The dog stole the show.
I Agree (Rated by: Jim Robinson) Posted September 5 2002

Rating: 10

... with Teri! Excellent script!
these ratings are crazy (Rated by: Teri) Posted August 31 2002

Rating: 10

I have seen the worst puppet scripts on this web site given high ratings while a terrific script like this one gets a 3?! or a 5? Puppet scripts should be funny and not sermons. This, as most Puppet Production scripts, fit the bill. Two thumbs up!
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous)

Rating: 8

Great ending! :-)
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Rating: 7

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Rating: 3

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Rating: 5

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