Game On (3-6)
In this play students learn to be more respectful to each other.
1. To distinguish between respectful and disrespectful behavior
2. To show that disrespectful behavior can have consequences
3. To demonstrate that when students give respect, they get it back in return
4. To inspire students to proactively build a respectful environment
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“As a teacher, I thought this play was VERY useful because we see “Mattie” in our classroom every day.”
Marci Greisen, 4th grade teacher
Length: 40 minutes
Max audience size: 350
Space: 10′ tall, 16′ wide, 20′ deep
Price: $660/perf, plus travel
A cowering cowbird who is bothered by a blue jay gets advice from her friend, the rhyming robin. But when an unkind newcomer comes to roost, both bird buddies have to look to each other, and to the wise tree Big Ben to learn how to make their tree a home worth chirping about. With colorful puppets and catchy singalong tunes, students will love this engaging play that teaches them what to do in bullying situations.
“The message of the play was evident for the students. Overall, it was a great experience for the students in my classroom!”SCHEDULE NOW
Kari Carlsrud, 3rd grade teacher