Resiliency Interplay (6-12)
In this powerful Interplay, students learn how to stand up for others, make kindness a priority, and become leaders in their social spheres.
1. To define resiliency
2. To explore possible stressors that can affect students
3. To guide students to make positive choices to help them to be resilient when faced with failure, rejection, and other negative experiences
4. To brainstorm healthy ways to be respond to stress including language for self-advocacy
5. To identify resources available to the students and encourage them to seek help if they are having difficulty being resilient
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“CLIMB’s visits are among some of the most unique and beneficial experiences offered to the children and families in our program.”Deanna Henrich, Mounds View ECFE
Length: 40 minutes
Max audience size: 250
Max performances per day: 4
Space: 10′ tall, 16′ wide, 20′ deep
Price: $800/per day, plus travel
There are lots of things in students lives that can bring them down: grades, sports, clubs, homework, family life. We forget that it is hard for them as well. With out interactive assembly we give them skills on how to really bounce back from situations and help guide students to make positive and healthy choices to help them to be resilient when faced with failure, rejection, and other negative experiences.
“The performance was age-appropriate and the children were engaged. Every year our teachers are thrilled to have CLIMB!”Angie McGinnis, preschool coordinatorSCHEDULE NOW