SPREAD KINDNESS is Camfel Productions newest three-screen elementary program. It will challenge students to make being kind a priority for their lives.
Your students will discover that one small act of kindness, an encouraging word or a smile can change someone's attitude for the entire day.
"Kindness is a language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see." Mark Twain
SPREAD KINDNESS will motivate students to encourage others, smile more, judge less, and be considerate of others. Additionally, kindness includes being kind to yourself with your own thoughts and ideas. Your students will be inspired to speak positively about themselves, their talents and abilities. They'll find that bullying and being critical are not the best way to make friends or to be the kind of person they wish to be.
SPREAD KINDNESS involves helping, sharing, listening, and teaching. If we do those things we can change both how you are perceived and how you see yourself. We like to be around those who are kind. It strengthens our social relationships and impacts the lives of others. By working together to spread kindness we can improve our lives and inspire those around us to excel and achieve success.
Camfel Productions' SPREAD KINDNESS is a high energy three-screen multi-media presentation designed to challenge students to become better citizens and students. This experience of music and media focuses on the attitudes that lead to build up cliques, tear down confidence, and bullying behaviors. It's an invitation to look beneath the surface and see other people and ourselves. It will inspire your students to seek for opportunities to SPREAD KINDNESS.
You may preview the presentation here!
The large screens and music had their attention the whole time.
Kimberly Keefe, Nuview Elementary, Nuevo, CA
The presentation itself was great.
The kids enjoyed the visual/tech aspects of the presentation.
Angela Nelson, Sporting Hill Elementary, Mechanicsburg, PA
Yes, our students loved it!
I have several students who were very moved by the program
and have plans to start their own clothing drive for others in needs.
I love that this program had this type of impact on our students.
Sara Mays, Mount Sterling Elementary,
Mount Sterling, KY
Both presenters did a great job launching,
interacting mid-way and summarizing with the tic-tac-toe event.
Robert Klemt, Liberty Middle School, West Orange, CA
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