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"Star," brought a purity and innocence to this group of tough kids. When Star asked them to work, they did. When she told them that their profanity hurt her ears, they apologized.
The children are also aware of the change in the atmosphere of the room. They are more relaxed and in tune to each other's needs.
The students' reaction was unbelievable. This paper puppet named Worried Willie had become real to them. This paper character relaxed my students more than any kind words I could offer.
Puppet dialog does not stop at grade school. Take your creative conversations and bonding to the next level!