"Kids for Kindness" School Assembly
“Kids for Kindness” is an elementary school assembly that addresses the topic kindness - treating others how we would want to be treated. This fun, inspiring show emphasizes the importance of spreading kindness at school.
“Kids for Kindness” addresses the following:
- Acceptance (allow others to be different)
- It is kind to include others
- Cyber-bullying (older grades only)
- Kindness is the solution to bullying
Mark Beckwith (or Tuba Heatherton) will present different K-2 and 3-6 grade versions of this engaging assembly show at your school. We even have a special kindergarten assembly version which may include transitional kinder students. This 45-minute assembly uses role-playing, songs, puppetry, and humor to help students fully grasp these important concepts. Though the topic of bullying is serious, Mark expertly keeps the show positive, with a social-emotional learning approach (SEL). Mark Beckwith consulted licensed family therapist Rob Stone, LMFT, school counselors, principals, teachers, and Barbara Coloroso’s book The Bully, the Bullied, and the Bystander in researching and writing this production.
I appreciated that you used student volunteers to keep the students engaged and the puppets were a great change of pace. I asked my students what they enjoyed and they all enjoyed the puppets. The repetition of the message in song, role-play, the personal true stories, and having the banner up for a visual were all great.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (818) 422-1872 for more information. For performance prices, please let us know your school’s zip code.