One of the most fulfilling experiences in a kid’s camp or crusade is to see how much the children respond to a newly developed script between myself and my ventriloquist figure, Rodney. It”s wonderful to see their eyes light up with excitement, hear their laughter, and discern that they understand the spiritual truth being presented. [...]
Teacher: Hi Sunny. How are you? Sunny: Great. I’m doing a lot better than I was yesterday. What a night! Teacher: Why? What happened last night? Sunny: One minute I was sitting in the living room watching TV. I went to the kitchen to get some popcorn, and the next thing I knew I was [...]
Script from Ventriloquism is for Dummies E-book . (Good for Father’s Day) V- Good morning ________. How are things going with you? F- Oh, it could be better. V- And how’s that? F- I’m losing my hair. V- It looks like you already lost it. F- Well, you don’t have to rub it in.
Much like puppetry, ventriloquism is an entertaining art form that has become very useful in teaching children. Having your knee pal friend help you tell the story or act it out adds a whole new dimension to learning! Can Anyone Actually Learn It? Many people never attempt to become a ventriloquist because they assume it [...]
Teacher: Hi Sunny. How are you today? Sunny: I’m doing great! I just got back from visiting my grandmother. Teacher: That sounds like fun. Sunny: It was. I had a great time. Teacher: What did you do?
Sunny is holding a fishing pole, with a bite sized candy bar for bait. (This works best with a rod-armed puppet.) She could also be wearing a fishing hat, a life jacket, ect. Sunny: (dangles the candy bar out toward the kids) Teacher: Hi Sunny! Sunny: Shhh! You’ll scare the kids.