Educational Objectives

Sketch-O-Matic: Students will identify bullying and recall ways to prevent it.

Which Color For You?:   Students will learn the five common characteristics of bullying.

Nine Pair of Hands:   Students will learn that working together builds friendships and prevents bullying..

Be a Hero:   Students will discover four ways to help keep their friends from becoming victims of bullying..

The Giant & the Dwarf:   Students will understand that being a bully makes you ³small² and helping others make you a ³bigger² person.

Be S.A.F.E.:Students will learn an important acronym that can help them remember four things to do to keep from being bullied by others. S-Stand tall & speak bravely. A - Ask for help from friends or teachers. F - Figure out your choices. E - End it calmly by not losing your temper..


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An all-new school assembly program!!  

Geared for all elementary grades, K-6!
Emphasis on Anti-Bullying Techniques!
Advice on Avoiding Bullies!
Information About Bullying!
Lots of audience participation!
Lots of comedy, music and surprise!!
Suitable for any public, parochial or private school setting!
Easy to arrange - just email or phone (318) 820-6783

David Scott

No Bully Zone is a fast, exciting, fun-filled program to help teach kids about bullying. Children will learn how to identify bullies, what to do when they are bullied by others, and how to help their friends who are being bullied. Teachers and staff will also learn many identifiers and techniques to help change, thwart or prevent bullying. Through stories, games, comedy and audience participation, students will become more aware of this "hidden" problem and help learn how to make thier school a kinder, safer and more fun place.

About the Program

One after another, David's routines will keep students and teachers fascinated. As always, there is a lot of comedy and a lot of audience participation to help students focus on and remember the objectives and educational content.

Like all of David's programs, this is a professionally scripted show, written with proper sequencing for high and low spots to provide children with lots of excitement but prevent them from becoming unruly. Children who are called on to assist are always rewarded and never embarrassed. Teachers and principals always comment on how wonderfully David handles children. In addition, David adds special humorous touches that just the adults will understand and enjoy.

As always, David brings all of his own props and tables, has specially-tailored costuming and carries his own  sound system. This is an act that can be performed in almost any location, large rooms or small, stage, auditorium, classroom or cafeteria. It can be adjusted to be suitable for groups of from 10 to 250. Schools with larger enrollments should have two programs. Splitting a full-range school into, say, one K-2 program and another for grades 3-5 allows David to customize the language, objectives and vocabulary to the different grade levels. When performing for Primary grades, David will make the program lighter, faster and more fun. When presenting the same program to Upper Elementary, David will use higher vocabulary, and focus more strongly on the objectives and cause and effect.

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