Music, Multicultural, Percussion, Japan, Asia, Dance
Humor, performing arts and music to empower students to enjoy reading and learning
Once upon a time, we taught children through the oral tradition. Now studies prove children who actively listen to stories, expand their imaginations, becoming better thinkers, readers, and writers. Storytelling, especially by a master of the art, provides an ideal way to educate children. Tell me your story. I’ll tailor tales for your school.
Linda Peck – “Moving Mindfully through Mask, Science, Storytelling and Mime,” “Moving with the Monkeys; Mindfulness Tai Chi and Chinese Brushpainting”
1. Moving Mindfully ; Mask, Science , Storytelling, and Mime
2. Tai Chi Mindfulness and Chinese Brushpainting
Bringing literature to life with simple hand puppets.
In addition to the wonderful reading themes, these shows engage students with important positive messages including self-esteem, anti-bullying, safety, basic visualization & goal setting techniques for improved results, along with most customized themes. A particular book theme can be incorporated into the reading program, otherwise I use standard classics for grades attending. Likewise, “Take PRIDE!” Character education show is customized for grades attending.
Remember, students learn much more effectively through visual presentations, such as these. They really relate to the presentations’ fun, participatory format, thus ensuring the positive, educational messages are absorbed.
This is a show about how kindness works much better than bullying. David draws from his own experience as a kid growing up in NYC in talking about this issue.
Antibullying, Black History, STEAM and more!
Arithmetickles is an interactive Math Game show that uses audience participation and comedy in fast-paced math segments to capture the attention of students in grades K-8. Arithmetickles makes math jump off the page and onto the stage and changes how kids think of math!
In the past, student groups have enjoyed our productions of A CHRISTMAS CAROL, A CHARLIE BROWN CHRISTMAS, MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET, THE JUNGLE BOOK, CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY, THE WIZARD OF OZ, OF MICE AND MEN, CHARLOTTE’S WEB, and TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD among others. We hope that your school will take this opportunity to develop your student’s appreciation for the arts.