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Script title: Trick Or Treat? By Linda Mcgagh
Script Author The McGagh Family: Profile | Scripts
Date uploaded: October 01 2004
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7.4 (Good)
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Description: 3 children are out trick or treating, dressed in Halloween costume (pointy hats, bin bag cloaks?) when they come across a party with a difference
Message from The McGagh Family: This script has 7 puppets to give all the kids in my church a chance to be involved- you could use fewer if you wish. Also, if one of your puppeteers has a problem with lip sync- as happens when using children- give one of the puppets a ghost costume made of a sheet- you won't see the mouth move!
Keywords: Evangelism, Faith, Fear, Salvation, Halloween
Most appropriate ages:  From 5 yrs old, to 15 yrs old
Materials: 3 halloween costumes, 20e note
Number of puppets: 6
Number of non-puppets (ie humans): 0
Approximate running time: 3-5 (minutes)
Script language: English
Christian/Non-Christian/Either: Christian
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