In this delightful play for K-2, CLIMB actors along with colorful puppets show students that standing up to bullying isn’t just for the birds.
1. To define bullying
2. To illustrate the roles in bullying situations
3. To inspire the target to take action
4. To create understanding and empathy
5. To inspire the bystander to take action
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“What a wonderful way to address the difficult issue of bullying.” Paula Birch, Speech Pathologist
Length: 40 minutes
Max audience size: 350
Space: 10′ tall, 16′ wide, 20′ deep
Price: $660/perf, plus travel
B ertrand ‘Bugsy’ Bungles knows a lot. He knows a lot about insects and he knows a lot about bullying. In fact, Bugsy knows so much that he is able to teach his new friend Katie how to stand up to Kachoyo, a kid who bullies. But what Bugsy doesn’t know is that by watching bullying and doing nothing, he is actually helping Kachoyo to be mean. Assisted by the dragonfly children in the audience, Bugsy learns that he, too, needs to stand up to Kachoyo.
“The presentation sent a strong message about bullying and what to do in case you are ever bullied or see another person being bullied.” Jill Gates, TeacherSCHEDULE NOW