Obie Tucker Takes Control (3-6)
Pirates who hip-hop dance help students learn to stop and think before they act.
1.To help students understand how their actions impact themselves, each other, and the environment.
2. To show the difference between instant and delayed gratification.
3. To provide strategies students can use when self-control is needed.
4. To model what self-control looks like.
5. To show positive consequences of practicing self-control and negative consequences of not using self-control.
6. To provide strategies students can use to learn from their mistakes after a lapse in self-control.
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“I use the words ‘self-control’ in my classroom daily and CLIMB painted a picture of what it looks like and why it’s important.”Katie Deibele, 3rd grade teacher
Length: 40 minutes
Max audience size: 350
Space: 10′ tall, 16′ wide, 20′ deep
Price: $660/perf, plus travel
In the year 1704, Captain Bones Bilgewater’s pirate ship sank–and Bilgewater was never seen again. 300 years later, while on a field trip to the New Metropolitan Maritime Museum, pirate aficionado and sixth-grader, Obie Tucker, discovers that she and Bones lack the same virtue: self-control. Just when Obie is about to be sent home from the only field trip she’s ever been interested in, an eccentric museum curator presents Obie with a gift from Bones Bilgewater himself.
“This piece was highly engaging and informative! It encourages students to think before they act in a very convincing way.”Teacher survey, St Paul, MNSCHEDULE NOW