The Secrets of Magic are scientifically revealed!
Most magic tricks and illusions have scientific explanations and Lisa Lou knows what they are!
Using mirrors, magnets, air, optical illusions and mental confusions, she will delight and educate the audience, demonstrating the principals of light, sight, reflection, magnetism, memory, air pressure and logic.
Lisa won’t give away all the magical secrets – but she will show the audience tricks that they can learn to do themselves – such as make a ball roll around on its own, create their own optical illusion and make their head disappear!
This is an educational, lively, interactive and fun program. Also available in American Sign Language
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|The Speech Doctor Is In!|
Public Speaking Should Not Be Intimidating!
A comedic entrance sets the mood for this fast-paced assembly as The Speech Doctor, Kathleen Williams, PhD, immediately grabs the audience’s attention.
With the help of student volunteers, she diagnoses various “Speech Sicknesses” such as mumbling, poor eye contact, lack of expression and low volume. Oversized props containing effective cures add humor to the show, while providing valuable instruction - as each “patient” rapidly improves.
This highly interactive, laugh-out-loud funny program provides strategies that will enable children to speak with confidence, clarity and expression. The Speech Doctor’s warm, friendly style and positive ideas help students combat stage fright and overcome speech anxiety, preventing a life-long fear of public speaking. This program meets NJ Curriculum Standards for Language Arts Literacy.
Classroom Workshop and Residency available
|The Two Legged Nation|
Respect for One Another and Respect for Self
For Native Americans, storytelling is important in teaching responsibility, respect, and how to live in a good way.
Listen for the lessons as Little Hawk shares his account of “The Two-Legged Nation.” This story tells how we are all one family living in different rooms of the same house and that respectful behavior is a choice each of us makes.
“How Helping Hands Got His Name” is an enchanting tale about a Native American child who was a bully, but learned that to make others feel bad makes us have bad feelings about ourselves.
This is an interactive assembly that addresses Character Development and Anti-Bullying issues in an enjoyable, effective way. Little Hawk captures audiences with his words, actions and manner - drawing students in and encouraging them to think about the type of person they want to be, the choices that they make, and their contribution to “The Two-Legged Nation" that they live in.
Grades K-12; College & Adult • Great Family & Community Program Available
CLICK HERE TO VIEW VIDEO OF LITTLE HAWK'S TWO LEGGED NATION
Kenneth Little Hawk
Kenneth Little Hawk webpage
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