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Cymbals Of Easter

Description: Two puppets and an adult discuss the different symbols of Easter. Special meaning is found with each symbol: baby animals, an egg, candy, and a cross.

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No Heading (Rated by: D. Ruse) Posted January 4 2017

Rating: 9

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted March 23 2015

Rating: 10

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted March 23 2015

Rating: 8

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted March 14 2015

Rating: 8

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted March 30 2014

Rating: 10

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No Heading (Rated by: ) Posted May 7 2013

Rating: 8

Used this for our Easter program, modified it for our characters. Thanks Rachel!
Great show (Rated by: ) Posted January 22 2013

Rating: 10

I really like putting on this production. The congregation loved it and the children responded well to it. I lost my the original cast and had to teach people at last minute and I mean we did a practice run twice, the day of and it still went GREAT!!
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted October 5 2012

Rating: 1

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted February 15 2012

Rating: 9

we used this skit for a competition, had to make a few changes to stay within the time length and also changed it to all puppets instead of one human. We tied for first place. We also did it for our childrens ministry after the competition and they loved it.
No Heading (Rated by: ) Posted May 26 2011

Rating: 7

i love how you used the commercialized items and turned them back to God. Thank you so much and I will using this!
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted April 17 2011

Rating: 10

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted April 14 2011

Rating: 10

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted April 7 2011

Rating: 9

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted March 11 2011

Rating: 9

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted February 25 2011

Rating: 3

Hi, I got onto your website as i was searching for an easter play. I run sunday school in an urban church in India and found your concepts a little difficult to explain to the local kids and also, quite wordy.
Excellent (Rated by: CJ) Posted April 14 2010

Rating: 10

We performed this sketch recently at two shows celebrating Easter - went down really well and really fun not only to perform but watch!
eggs (Rated by: lesley) Posted March 27 2010

Rating: 5

the egg is a symbol of the stones which were rolled away on Easter morning!!
eggs (Rated by: lesley) Posted March 27 2010

Rating: 5

the egg is a symbol of the stones which were rolled away on Easter morning!!
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted March 25 2010

Rating: 10

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No Heading (Rated by: ) Posted March 23 2010

Rating: 9

I loved the skit, all but the part about not being able to feel the chick in the egg. I truly believe the we can feel God's presence in our lives, very strongly at times. But I do love all the rest and am planning to us it in our children's church on Easter. Thank you so much for sharing this skit.
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted March 10 2010

Rating: 8

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted March 1 2010

Rating: 10

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted April 18 2009

Rating: 10

Very good Skit, we used as a puppet show and it was well received
No Heading (Rated by: Dianne R. Mulcahy) Posted April 16 2009

Rating: 10

This is an excellent way to explain Easter to children and even some adults.
Very good (Rated by: Ed) Posted April 15 2009

Rating: 9

Excellent job of combining the secular symbols of Easter and conveying thru them the real meaning of Easter, nice humor also.
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted April 7 2009

Rating: 10

4/7/09 Just what I was looking for to follow-up on our Christmas theme "Symbols of Christmas". Thank you very much.
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted March 18 2009

Rating: 8

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted January 12 2009

Rating: 8

This skit clears up all the confusion about eggs, and candy, and such. . . but where did the big bunny delivering baskets come from? I'm just kidding. This was really cute, but maybe a little too long.
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted January 5 2009

Rating: 9

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

Rating: 9

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted March 17 2008

Rating: 9

Good script. Great to talk to all types of kids
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted March 11 2008

Rating: 8

I really enjoyed this script. There were just a few typos but other than that it was very insightful and I think I will use it with a few adaptations for my children's church service on Easter.
No Heading (Rated by: ) Posted February 17 2008

Rating: 10

Thank you. As I read the script, it was very touching and I know it will be for others as it is performed. God Bless!
No Heading (Rated by: ) Posted February 2 2008

Rating: 8

Just what I was looking for. Puppet show for 3-6 year olds at our annual Easter celebration. Thanks a million!
No Heading (Rated by: ) Posted December 11 2007

Rating: 10

This is soo wonderful on how to explain to young audience about Easter. I will be using for our Easter Celebration in 2008.
what is your source of information? (Rated by: ) Posted July 19 2007

Rating: 1

Let's just be honest. Those easter(ishtar) symbols date back to pagan holidays and meanings. Our adopted counterfeit of real worship doesn't make the kids think of anything meaningful. Christians LOVE using counterfeir worship when the real thing doesn't fit with the world lust for fun. Let's face it, it's just fun.
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted April 3 2007

Rating: 9

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Wonderful (Rated by: ) Posted April 19 2006

Rating: 10

We did this in our church on Easter Sunday this year and everyone loved it. Adults as well as the children.
No Heading (Rated by: ) Posted April 19 2006

Rating: 9

great skit for children sorry I didn't see it sooner hope to use it next year God willing message simple although a little long
No Heading (Rated by: Ali) Posted April 12 2006

Rating: 9

Great skit, it will help convey the real message
No Heading (Rated by: ) Posted April 5 2006

Rating: 10

THIS IS RIGHT TO THE POINT I WAS LOOKING FOR. I LOVE IT. SO MANY CHILDREN DON'T KNOW THE REAL MEANING OF EASTER OR CHRISTMAS. THANKS
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted March 28 2006

Rating: 9

Loved the way everything was explained. Wish it could be a bit shorter, but don't know how you could fit it all in. LOVED IT!
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted March 24 2006

Rating: 7

nice script but just a little bit boring.
Good Script ! (Rated by: Paul Clarke) Posted March 1 2006

Rating: 8

I really liked the visual aspect of this script, great for sharing the meaning of Easter.
Great puppet show (Rated by: ) Posted February 21 2006

Rating: 9

Thank you. I altered this script slightly to include other puppeteers. It is such a great story and so well told. I recommend it for any Christian sunday school program.
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted March 19 2005

Rating: 9

Great for any age child - get's their attention and relates the world's view of Easter to a Christian's point of view!
Great--not boring (Rated by: ) Posted March 15 2005

Rating: 10

Simple yet thought provoking. Bringing the world's prospective of Easter right into the true meaning of Easter. Thank you for sharing Rachael!!!
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted March 13 2005

Rating: 10

I thought this was a very good script. I never knew what the egg, candy and bunnies represented. This script will be very helpful in theaching our children (AND ADULTS) THE TRUE MEANING OF EASTER! Many thanks to the author.
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted March 11 2005

Rating: 9

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted March 4 2005

Rating: 8

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Arouse curiousity (Rated by: Seok) Posted February 2 2005

Rating: 9

A fantastic script for bringing across the true meaning of Easter and it is a good tool for evangelism.
like it alot. simple, basic message. could it also be written for a lone clergy person to do in church? (Rated by: ) Posted January 21 2005

Rating: 9

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Quite Appropriate (Rated by: Hank) Posted November 25 2004

Rating: 9

A lot of very good thoughts here upon which puppet play writers can build a good play. Well done indeed!
Wonderful (Rated by: Curt King) Posted May 26 2004

Rating: 9

Wonderful skit! I am impressed with the props and the form of the story. I like the characters and the message of salvation in the skit
No Heading (Rated by: Doris ) Posted April 9 2004

Rating: 9

This is very good for the Easter season.
Great job!! (Rated by: ) Posted April 9 2004

Rating: 9

Although this skit is a little long. it is absolutely wonderful. We will be doing it this Easter Sunday.
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted April 9 2004

Rating: 8

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wonderful (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted April 7 2004

Rating: 9

Very well laid out; using props to keep childrens attention, and also teaching a valuable lesson while making it fun.
A fun way to describe the hope of Easter (Rated by: Gail) Posted January 24 2004

Rating: 8

I liked the way they describe the hope that we have... as faith, and using the cymbals of Easter is a great way to help the kids remember what Easter is all about...
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted September 19 2003

Rating: 6

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No Heading (Rated by: Manon Guifarro) Posted April 16 2003

Rating: 10

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No Heading (Rated by: B. Bradford) Posted April 9 2003

Rating: 10

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted April 8 2003

Rating: 10

presented to kids in a great but simple way. However, because of the length make sure that you have plenty of time to go through it.

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