Igniting the fiction writer within.
Revolutionary War/Civil War
A CELEBRATION OF LIFE ON THE FARM WITH SINGER AND STORYTELLER FARMER TOM WALSH
FUNNY SONGS AND STORIES FROM THE FARM!
Farmer Tom’s presentation is both entertaining and educational taking the listener on a fascinating journey to his child hood on the farm with his program: “Life on the Farm” with Farmer Tom Walsh. Within his unique and engaging program, involving Action and Silly Songs, Storytelling, Movement, Laughter, Learning, Sing-a-long, Props, Audience Participation and Hand Clapping, Farmer Tom Walsh educates by bringing a understanding of farm culture, safety, farm animals, value of fresh vegetables and cooperation through music and songs from down on the farm. We really get moving!
Farmer Tom Walsh distributes Farm theme Stickers for each student (Based on availability)
Elementary school program objectives: Cooperation with and respect for others.
-The students will learn participation with others through music and stories by group cooperation, sharing, and working together.
-The students will develop motor skills, movement and rhythm within a group setting.
-The students will acquire a better understanding of social interaction, rules and following instructions together.
-The students will, through listening and comprehension of the materials, develop language, counting, written, and orals skill important for early development.
-The Student will gain knowledge of farming, farm culture, history, the first green industry, recycling, nutritional value of fresh vegetables and the fun of physical activities through music and songs.
This talk has a strong anti Bullying message as well as sharing the struggles growing up as a second language child not learning to read until the 4th grade. Life changing message for all that hear this talk.
Japanese Culture Through Dance
Anti bullying, respect, responsibility, making positive choices
Scot uses mime, music & participation to cover: bullying education, conflict resolution, tolerance, overcoming obstacles,problem solving, responsibility and how to engage in positive & productive activities.
Award-winning Japanese storyteller Motoko strives to (1) Advance your students’ literacy skills through storytelling and creative writing; (2) Enhance your students’ understanding of Asian history and cultures; and (3) Expand your students’ knowledge of geometry through the art of origami.
Bulllying, Cyberbullying and Suicide Prevention
Programs can be adapted to a wide variety of curriculum related and seasonal themes. For more information, specific program titles, and quotes about the work, please visit the website link below.