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No Hands – No Arms – No Problem!

Description: Tom Willis (presenter) is disabled – he was born without arms and hands. So he uses his legs and feet instead to do almost everything in his life. During this diversity/disability awareness assembly he: 1) talks openly with kids about his disability and how he’s learned to tackle the many obstacles and challenges he faces each and every day; 2) shows how he grew up as a “boy with no arms”; 3) demonstrates how he uses his feet in a creative and unique approach to problem solving; 4) invites kids on stage and challenges them to perform simple acts using their feet instead of their hands; and 5) interacts and role-plays to teach kids, “It’s okay to be different!” The ultimate goal of this assembly is to promote better understanding and acceptance of persons with disabilities. Requirements: Auditorium, gymnasium or other room suited for group presentation, screen for projection; one table, three chairs Β 
Visual Arts
Visual Arts Description: The visual arts school assemblies are created with art forms such as ceramics, drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking, design, crafts, photography, video, filmmaking, and architecture. Many artistic disciplines that will help your students get more engaged and understand all aspects of the visual arts as well as arts of other types.
Grades K-12, Grades K-5, Pre-K School
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