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Now you can download the new Puppetools app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.

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

Jonathan P. Nelson, Secondary Educa wrote:
"Puppetools has been of great value or I wouldn't have put the time into it. You come at learning from an entirely different perspective and have given added depth to my understanding of creativity and learning. Your perspective is unique in education today--play is crucial to learning--and needs to be publicized more so it can be discussed and researched."

Marylin wrote:
"I thoroughly enjoyed the puppet exchange and felt far less self-conscious when the focus wasn't exclusively on me. Another colleague came in to introduce her puppet to my class. Again, the children got their puppets out to introduce theirs in return. The kids are loving every minute of this. This has been the most enjoyable first few weeks of school I can remember!"

Chonita wrote:
"I've used Diane every day since Tuesday. She's helped us in science and she passed out papers. Most kids said thank you and some patted her on the head. Some wrote about her in their journals. I don't think I could quit even if I wanted to. My kids won't allow me."

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."


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