Valentine’s Day (3-6)
In this play for 3-6, students learn how to make and keep friends by three kids stuck together after school.
1. To demonstrate a clear procedure for initiating a friendship.
2. To help students understand the difference between popularity and friendship.
3. To encourage students to adopt skills that will make for a strong mutual friendship.
4. To demonstrate anti-social behaviors such as threats and exclusion, and the consequences of such behaviors.
5. To guide students to look for conflict resolution, comfort, companionship, and empathy from their friends.
6. To show positive behavior when playing with friends.
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“It was not only entertaining, but highly educational.”Jamie Johnson, Teacher
Length: 40 minutes
Max audience size: 350
Space: 10′ tall, 16′ wide, 20′ deep
Price: $660/perf, plus travel
B eth, Eddie, and Tess are just about the least likely friends imaginable. Beth is confident and popular, though a trifle manipulative and lonely. Eddie is shy, but kind and interested in other people. Tess is at her fifth school in five years. As the child of a psychologist, she has learned the ‘science of friendship,” but doesn’t know how to apply it to her own life. However unlikely their friendship is, by the end of their school program on Valentine’s Day, each will learn a lesson about making and keeping friends, empathy, and the difference between friendship and popularity.
“It was clearly presented and used appropriate vocabulary along with age-appropriate explanations about the meaning of them.”Amy Frane, Music teacherSCHEDULE NOW