Puppets & Props for Teachers & Educators
Our products make great teaching tools for fire safety, health, education, bicycle & helmet safety, and much more!
Would like to use our puppets to teach in your classroom but you aren’t a ventriloquist and you aren’t good at voices?
No problem… we’ve created special pre-recorded routines on that you can use with any of our puppets! You don’t even need a puppet stage! Just hold the puppet and turn on the CD or mp3. You can use these just for a fun break, or for education. We have subjects such as:
Fire Safety – Bullying – Bicycle Safety – Halloween Safety – Stranger Danger & More!
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Presenting our new fire prevention program co-written by Fire Education Expert Kent Landsberg: "Spectacular Smoke Smeller".Now available as an AxTrax CD pre-recorded routine, for use with our Dusty Dragon smoke blowing puppet!
This is an actual photo of school children watching
Bob Shimer with one of our products. It’s typical of reactions in every state, every country…and every planet.
Possum goes to School, is a fun AxTrax for the possum puppet to teach terms like marsupial and prehensile… Read script here.
The Power of Puppets
Kids pay attention to what puppets say even when they might not pay attention to a teacher. They also tend to take to heart the things a puppet says more so than when it comes directly from an adult.
You can have a dialog where the puppet makes mistakes and you correct him so that the kids learn something without being lectured to.
Puppets are a great way to bring books to life. You can act out scenes or entire stories.
Counselors have long known that kids will open up to puppets in ways that they might not with an adult human. You can really bring out the best in your students when you involve puppets.
“The Magic Drawing Board is the ideal puppet-type prop for use in your classroom or library. Imagine drawing a face and watching it as it begins to look around and then starts to talk! The kids LOVE it, and because you can draw different faces, it is like having thousands of puppets wrapped up in an amazing magical presentation.
When you teach about history, you can draw Abraham Lincoln and interview him. When discussing health and fitness, bring out a biography of a famous athlete, draw a picture of him or her, and then watch as the picture talks to the students. Children will listen very attentatively to anything a puppet says, so this is the PERFECT teaching tool!”
What our customers have to say
Watch this amazing video of Bill DeMar performing with a puppet without using any spoken language! it is SO FUNNY! Listen to the kids laughing…they are listening!