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Script title: Christmas
Script Author Jeff Robson: Profile | Scripts
Date uploaded: April 03 2001
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8.7 (Very good)
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Description: Rudolph Kringle (like Mr Scrooge) has a problem: whenever someone says 'Christmas' he gets 'weak-kneed-Christmasitis' and falls over since he can't bear to give anything away.
Message from Jeff Robson: I found this worked very well in that the younger kids thought it was absolutely hilarious whenever he fell over. YouTube video kindly provided by Scott MacDonald of "God's Rod Puppet Ministry" in El Paso, Texas.
Keywords: Christmas, Fun, Generosity, Greed, Helping others, Jesus, Selfishness, Sharing
Most appropriate ages:  From 3 yrs old, to 7 yrs old
Materials: Party poppers, streamers
Number of puppets: 1
Number of non-puppets (ie humans): 1
Approximate running time: 3-5 (minutes)
Script language: English
Christian/Non-Christian/Either: Christian
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Latvian: Leļļu Teātris "ziemassvētki" Mazajiem Bērniem ("weak-kneed Christmasitis" In Latvian)
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