An engaging school assembly that uses is a positive approach to motivate K-5 students to be more kind and caring. The performer uses role playing, songs, puppetry, and humor to help schools improve student behavior, personal character, social emotional development, and prevent potential bullying issues. Performer Mark Beckwith or performer Tuba Heatherton will engage elementary school audiences with a dynamic, interactive theatrical-style program. Â
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References for Kids for Kindness
“A+ The kids LOVED it! We loved the music, the puppets, and the simple yet POWERFUL and MEANINGFUL message! Thank you!!!”
Jennifer Hopping, kindergarten teacher, Greenhills Elem., Granite Bay, Calif.
“I liked the integration of music, role playing, vocabulary, and puppetry. The personal testaments were also very meaningful.”
Elizabeth Valles, 6th grade teacher, Battles Elementary School, Santa Maria, Calif.
“This is one of the best assemblies I have ever seen. It was so interactive with the students. It is so pertinent with what is going on with behaviors now. It couldn’t have been better. “
Anne Perry, Teacher, Serra Elementary, Ventura, Calif.
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