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  • 1. Chapter 11
    Puppets
  • 2. Overview
    Storytelling and puppetry are ancient forms of oral tradition that developed historically in the same way
    In early childhood education, a puppet is whatever a child says it is!
  • 3. Historical View of Puppets
    China and India
    Indonesia
    Flat, leather shadow puppets
    Three-dimensional rod puppets
    Vietnam
    Water puppetry
    Africa
    Puppet pageantry
  • 4. Historical View of Puppets (continued)
    Japan
    Bunraku
    Refined from rod puppetry
    Requires three puppeteers
    Europe
    Punch and Judy
    From Italian Pucinella
    South America
    Mamulengo
  • 5. Planning for Puppets in Early Education
    The teacher and the children should decide when and how to use puppets
    Teachers should:
    Choose a puppet for themselves
    Get comfortable with the puppet
    Practice
    Use puppets regularly
  • 6. Introducing Puppets
    The teacher should model the use of puppets during group time across curricular areas
    The teacher and children should create and use puppets together
    Individual children or groups of children should make and interact with puppets
  • 7. Setting Up the Environment and Introducing Activities
    Focus on the process
    Acknowledge how puppet play contributes to the development of the whole child
    Introduce the puppets
    Types depend on ages and development of children
    Use different types
    Alternate activities to address needs of learning styles and developmental domains
  • 8. Easy-to-Make Puppets
    Hand puppets
    Finger puppets
    Hand, glove, and mitt puppets
    Stick or rod puppets
    Single stick—dowel rod, tongue depressor, craft stick, and the like
    Wooden spoon
    Marionettes
    Controlled by strings
  • 9. Other Types of Puppets
    Shadow puppets
    Translucent screen
    Light source from behind
    Papier-mâché puppets
    Newspaper strips and paste
    Cloth bodies
  • 10. Materials
    Puppet patterns
    Box for “Puppet Materials”
    Materials that include:
  • 11. Suggestions for Placement and Storage of Puppets
    Puppet center
    Place puppets throughout the classroom
    Stage not necessary for creative and spontaneous use
    Ideas for creating stage
  • 12. Puppets across the Curriculum
    Puppets can:
    Speak in all languages
    Along with props, expand the language arts center
    Enhance storytelling
    Help reinforce cooperation, rules, and problem solving
    Emphasize the importance of listening
    Be included in outdoor play
  • 13. Puppets and Television
    Edgar Bergen—Charlie McCarthy
    Bil Baird—created over 3,000 puppets
    “Buffalo Bob” Smith—Howdy Doody
    Burr Tillstrom—Kuklah, Fran, and Ollie
    Jim Henson—Muppets
    Shari Lewis—Lamb Chop
    Fred Rogers—Mister Rogers
    Bob Keeshan—Captain Kangaroo
  • 14. Taking Puppets Home
    Send families information about puppet presentations in the community
    Send families notes and letters in their native languages
    Conduct informal family meetings