PD & Drama: Interpersonal Relationships, Interacting, Problem Solving, Resilience, Taking Action and Tolerance.
Using the same acronym as the original STAMP show, Let’s STAMP Out Bullying combines all new magic tricks and stories to get its simple, effective plan for dealing with bullies across. Illusions and comedy are the two main ingredients that illustrate the 5 simple steps in this practical STAMP acronym.
|tay away -||How to avoid bullies.|
|ell someone -||Reporting bullying is not being a 'dobber'.|
|lways help -||The power of peers.|
|ake friends -||Play with students who are being left out.|
|lay nicely -||Make sure YOU are not being a bully.|
The irrepressible Croc returns with an even more magical Drawing. No matter whether students have seen the first STAMP show or not, the strategies in the STAMP acronym are easily remembered and effective in dealing with bullies.
This time around it is young Croc who is being bullied by a bigger meaner Crocodile who has taken over the swamp. But, when we finally meet this Crocodile, it becomes obvious that young Croc has not been telling the whole truth.
A new improved Drawing also makes an appearance. Drawn right in front of the audience, this adorable cheeky monkey first starts moving his eyes then speaking even without being held by the presenter. Monkey is looking for a friend and finds one in the audience. When this drawing is torn from the pad and given to his new friend in the audience, everyone is baffled. How is that possible?
These mind challenging illusions and charming puppet characters are seamlessly woven into the explanation and demonstration of the five strategies of the STAMP acronym. The result is a most enjoyable theatrical, educational experience.
Loved the children interacting with the presenter and the volunteers. The magic tricks were fun and created excited kids who were engaged.
Natalie Wilksch. K to Year 2. Nichols Point Primary School. VIC. 21/02/2017.
The 5 lessons were delivered in a wonderful way by using croc the puppet to help get the message across to the children. The performer was very energetic and he held the students attention very well. He had impressive magic skills
Leah Andersib. P to Year 6. Brookstead State School. QLD. 23/03/2017.
Very child friendly and humorous. Loved croc. Kids loved magic tricks. STAMP easy for kids to understand and practice.
Natalie Carr. Years 3 to 6. Raglan Public School. Raglan. NSW. 13/02/2017.
Price: $4.95 per student ($4.50 + $0.45 GST).
Suitable: Preps, K to Year 7.
Minimum Audience Size: 130 students.
Times: Show: 50 minutes. Set up: 45 minutes. Pack up: 30 minutes.
Requires an indoor performing area 4m deep x 5m wide.