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Sample Talking Toys Scripts

Whether you are a toy manufacturer looking to create the next big toy, or a voice actor looking to become the voice of the next popular toy, there are certain things you need to keep in mind to create a believable experience for the user through the toy’s voice.

These 15, 30 and 60-second sample scripts for toy voices will help inspire and prepare you to craft the perfect talking toy voice.

15 and 30-Second Sample Script for a Talking Toy

Client:

Pete’s Toys

Voice Age:

Child

Gender:

Female/Male

Job description:

Pete’s Toys is a toy manufacturing company that is about to release a new talking robot for children ages 5-7. The toy functions like a smart device and is able to answer questions from the user, sourcing the answer from the Internet.

Art Direction:

The voice should sound childlike – how a 7-year-old child would sound. The voice should be friendly and fun. Although the toy interacts like a smart device, it functions at an approximate age of 7, so there are questions the toy will not know the answer to, and that’s okay!

Category:

Toys

Industry:

Technology

Style:

Friendly, Upbeat

Language:

English

Accent:

US General American

Word Count:

36 words and 46 words

15-Second Sample Script:

Did you say you need help with your math homework? Well, you’re in luck because I’m a math genius *laughs.*

Okay, so long division is it? Let’s start with an easy one.

Ten divided by five…

30-Second Sample Script:

Did you say you need a break? We’ve been doing math for a while. Let’s get up and stretch out!

First let’s try to touch our toes. Let’s reach all the way down and try to touch our toes. Now count to three. One, two, three.

60-Second Sample Script for a Talking Toy

Client:

Smarty Guides

Voice Age:

Young Adult

Gender:

Female/Male

Job description:

Smarty Guides is a technology gaming company that creates interactive games for adults. Their smart devices use GPS to guide users through scavenger hunts around their city. This new chapter of the game called Search for Big Ben, takes the user on a hunt around the city of London, England.

Art Direction:

The voice should be mysterious and energetic trying to get users excited about playing this chapter of the game.

Category:

Entertainment

Industry:

Gaming

Style:

Mysterious, Energetic

Language:

English

Accent:

UK (British RP)

Word Count:

72 words

Sample Script:

Welcome players! I hope you are ready for this next chapter. Here we are in London, England, home of the British Monarchy.

Last Saturday night, someone stole the hands from Big Ben. Now he no longer ticks! We need you to get them back before time is lost forever!

Ready for your first clue? In this British hall of history, find a room where you can read and seek out a book that contains the number 2.

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  • Avatar for Kaden Palmer-Luterbach
    Kaden Palmer-Luterbach
    April 29, 2020, 3:08 am

    I’ll be sure to try this one out! I’ve been looking for one with a more child-like voice. 😀

    Reply
    • Avatar for Rhianna Gayle
      Rhianna Gayle
      April 29, 2020, 2:21 pm

      me too

      Reply
    • Avatar for Michelle
      Michelle
      August 6, 2020, 2:14 pm

      Me too

      Reply
  • Avatar for Michelle
    Michelle
    August 6, 2020, 2:13 pm

    I love it i would like to apply

    Reply
    • Avatar for Oliver Skinner
      Oliver Skinner
      August 7, 2020, 10:24 am

      Hey Michelle,

      When you sign up for a Voices account, you can begin auditioning for voice over jobs that are listed on our platform.

      Cheers,
      Oliver

      Reply
  • Avatar for Diamond Anderson
    Diamond Anderson
    November 23, 2020, 4:54 pm

    I think I would be really great for this part. I have a ton of voice ranges and and fast learner, i’m up for the job!

    Reply
    • Avatar for Oliver Skinner
      Oliver Skinner
      November 28, 2020, 10:47 am

      Hi Diamond,

      Thanks for your comment! To start auditioning for voice over work featured on our platform, sign up for a Voices talent account.

      Reply
  • Avatar for Delia
    Delia
    January 15, 2021, 7:53 am

    I use different voices during the day naturally . Some are child sounding others different exaggerated ethnic groups like Irish and African. .my voices also have a spirit of humour and affection behind them. I also try to mimic different eras and film genres.

    Reply
  • Avatar for Donald R Williams
    Donald R Williams
    January 1, 2022, 8:54 pm

    I have been doing voices since childhood wether replications of my favorite shows to different accents. I am a bit embarrassed to admit it but I talk to myself in different accents and genres. I entertain my family and friends often. Would love to put this to some financial use.

    Reply
    • Avatar for Niki Clark
      Niki Clark
      January 3, 2022, 8:21 am

      Hi Donald! Many successful voice actors share very similar stories. No need to be embarrassed for practicing and honing your craft. If you would like to consider a career in voice over, take a read through our Getting Started in Voice Acting guide for Beginners. It will take you through all the components of a voice over career that will help you decide if it is right for you.

      Best of luck,

      Niki

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