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Professor Parsnip’s Lab of Healthy Living

(Best for Grades Pre-K - 5th)

Health and Wellness, STEM

Exciting science experiments help to teach the importance of making healthy life decisions. Students will love the mad-cap scientist, her funny sidekick and the adventures they have along the way! Explore the ins and outs of nutrition, exercise and mental/physical health.

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Storybook Tales: Pinocchio & Robin Hood

(Best for Grades Pre-K - 5th)

Literature and Literacy

Whether it’s dashing through the streets of Gepetto’s Italian village, or hiking through the Sherwood Forest in Nottingham England, comic duo Lenny and Mabel, “The Greatest Actors In The World” are sure to delight in this fun collection of stories. Join Lenny and Mabel as they bring their traveling show featuring Gepetto and his little wooden boy Pinocchio. Learn lessons of responsibility and parental love as Pinocchio struggles to become real. Then travel to England with Maid Marian and the Sheriff of Nottingham as they encounter great capers with the outlaw, Robin Hood! These tales are sure to delight any young audience, or anyone who is young at heart.

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The Greatest: Sports Heroes A to Z

(Best for Grades Kindergarten - 5th)

Black History, Health and Wellness, History and Social Studies

This exciting, energetic production celebrates some of the greatest sports heroes of all time! Young audiences will be introduced to a ton of amazing athletes including Babe Ruth, Michael Jordan, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Peyton Manning, Jackie Robinson and many more. This fun and engaging revue of the world’s greatest sports heroes includes fun facts and important lessons about perseverance, health, wellness and integrity. Your young audience will be cheering for more by the end of this adventure in sports from A to Z!

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