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Puppet

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Anna Culanag

on 31 March 2013

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Transcript of Puppet

Dale's Cone of Experiences Direct Purposive Experiences Contrived Experiences Dramatized Experiences Demonstrations Study Tips Exhibits Educational Television Motion Pictures Recordings, Radio, Still Pictures Visual Symbols Verbal Symbols Puppets have existed in almost every culture and even been used in the religious practices of ancient civilizations. Some of the most enthusiastic fans of puppets have always been children. Children love to watch a good puppet show but they llove manipulating puppets even more. Children can develop their cognitive skills through creating their own puppet show . A puppet show bring light moments for kids.Puppets are an aspect of our history and everyday lives. From marionettes to the Muppets we see them on television, on videos or in live performances. In their different forms they appeal to both old and young alike, represent different customs and traditions and are valuable educational tools. Puppets are both entertaining and captivating. Children can believe and relate to them; they can enter and explore the fascinating inventive world that puppets create.Learning through play is fundamental to our children's education, helping them to develop the necessary skills in life. Puppets can stimulate children's imagination, encourage creative play and discovery and are a wonderful interactive way to introduce narrative to even the most reluctant reader. They can be a powerful way of bringing story time to life; puppets can provide a focus for role play, encouraging the child's imagination and involvement in activities and can play a fundamental part in the recitation of stories and verse. In addition, hand puppets with workable mouths and tongues are an excellent
motivational resource to inspire the teaching of phonics within literacy.
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