Explore the engaging programs CLIMB Theatre offers for grades 3-6.
Henry Takes the Cake
In this play Henry and Kaylynn have to learn how to stand up to someone who is bullying. With the help of Henry’s friends on facetime they cook up a new recipe to stand up for themselves and others.
Bullying Prevention Interplays
With the interaction of a class and the spectacle of a play, these smaller assemblies use role-playing, discussion, and scenes to teach students how to create a safe school.
Bullying Prevention Classes
Actor-Educators use theatre activities to help students practice what to do in bullying situations. Programming takes places directly in the classroom.
Today’s students are constantly connected to the Internet–which has both benefits and challenges. Help kids stay safe online with CLIMB’s cyberbullying classes.
Cliques and Exclusion Classes
What’s the difference between “clicking” with your friends and forming exclusive “cliques”? Students will explore this important distinction in these classes.
Obie Tucker Takes Control
In this hilarious and engaging play on self-control, pirates who hip-hop dance teach students the importance of learning to stop and think before they act.
Three students who are the complete opposite stuck together after school learn. But by getting to know each other they learn how to make and keep friends.
With the interaction of a class and the spectacle of a play, Interplays use interactive theatre to teach students the importance of managing their self-control.
Build a more respectful school environment with the power of empathy! Students will learn to identify and consider the feelings of others in these, fun, interactive classes.
Self-control is vital to maintaining an effective learning environment. CLIMB’s classes teach students how to master it!
In these classes, students learn how to bounce back after mistakes, setbacks, and disappointments–creating a willingness to try new things.
Students learn to respect themselves, each other, and property while creating a more positive school environment.
Emma and the Cash Cow
In a land of enterprising chickens and talking cows, Emma discovers how to be responsible with money, including wants vs. needs and saving, spending, and giving.
In these classes, students learn how to take responsibility for their own actions and avoid the blame game–even when they make a mistake.
Academic Achievement Classes
Students learn the study skills, sense of responsibility, and self-confidence they need to take their education seriously and do their very best in school.
Acceptance of Differences Classes
Prevent prejudice and create an environment of acceptance in your school. Students will learn that they have more in common with their peers than they might think, and that our differences are worth celebrating.
Healthy and Body Confidence Classes
In a world of mixed messages, these classes teach students about healthy eating and exercise while helping them develop a positive body image. Students will learn to cut through the clutter of ads and Photoshopped models to discover that self-worth comes from within.
Substance Abuse Prevention Classes
In today’s society, younger and younger children are exposed to drugs and alcohol. In these classes, students learn about peer pressure, risky behavior, and how to say no if they’re asked to do something they think is wrong.
Students learn about the problem of waste disposal and its impact on the environment in this engaging play for students in grades 3-6.
In this play students follow James and a walking trash bag on a journey to the landfill where they learn to reduce, recycle, and reuse along the way.
The 3 R’s Classes
Environmental conservation is fun with these interactive classes that teach students the importance of the three R’s: reduce, reuse, recycle.
Aquatic Invasive Species Classes
In the land of 10,000 lakes, these engaging classes teach students how to keep Minnesota waterways free from Aquatic Invasive Species that can threaten our ecosystem.