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The first program in the annals of Education to advance the cause of learning culture transformation from the ground up and the inside out — using social, play-based communication technology.
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Teachers' Puppets: Hundreds of examples constructed by teachers of all grade levels
 
Students' Puppets: Creative thinking that moves ideas and symbols into their hands
 
Puppet Patterns: Download, Print, and construct. Cut eyes, noses, whiskers, and more...
 
Ideas and Concepts: Ideas for puppets everywhere you look


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What Teachers Say

Suzi in Ukraine wrote:
"Recently, our music director at our church asked for ideas to help the youngest class learn a song. She couldn't keep their attention. I suggested letting the hinge puppet teach them, and voila! We had a full choir singing the song two weeks later."

Sandra L., (High School) wrote:
"I thought I would learn to make puppets. I learned so much more. I've discovered how much fun it is to take outrageous risks in class. Older kids--seniors and rough dirt bag and honors level kids--all respond to puppets. Grown ups are hungry to play and be playful. How easy it is to incorporate puppets into curriculum-- how even a finger puppet changes the whole tone of a lesson. How creative the children become. The possibilities for using puppets in the classroom are endless."

Kristin wrote:
"Great fun! I've always wanted to make my own puppets, then I end up resorting to purchasing them. Now I feel that I have the freedom to make a quick puppet that I am happy with."

Mary Ellen wrote:
"Also have done plant puppets for the Seed to Plant Unit, and Sun and Planet puppets for the Object in the Sky Unit. The students never get tired of them, and can't wait for a new visit to talk with them."


Showcase
 
Edutopia Feature
 
Rainbow Crow
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The Lungs
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Broken Heart
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Pencil Points
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The Stomach
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Mr. Flames
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Sindhoo Dragon
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Clara Question
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Musical Notes
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