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ABRACABULLY
The kids will learn what to do if they or their peers are being bullied. Led by Mike Kirschner, a former victim of bullying, the program pairs the I.C.A.R.E. philosophy (Individual, Community, Attitude, Respect, Empathy) with magic.

BEYOND THE LACES
Teach the kids about character through a book about a young football player going through a tough time. It inspires students to endure life’s obstacles.

DINOSAURS ROCK
The kids will get their hands dirty at a fossil dig, where they can find shark teeth, dino bones, petrified wood and more.

JOHN MARSHALL WEATHER
After learning about the weather and how a weather station works, they’ll step in front of a green screen to take a crack at delivering the forecast on the air.

MOBILE ED PRODUCTIONS
Offerings run the gamut from historic women to songwriting to forensic science. Our favorite? The portable STEAM Museum for kids grades K-6 including educational pinball, a 3-D printer, a circuit experiment and programmable robots.

MUSIC OF THE EARTH
Use the power of music to teach the kids about international cultures, Earth Day and bullying. They’ll attend workshops with instruments like Native American drums, or learn the importance of mindfulness at Meditation with Music.

PRISMATIC MAGIC LASER PROGRAMS
Set the auditorium aglow with electrifying laser presentations that cover everything from space to ecosystems to Black history.

RIZZO’S WILDLIFE WORLD
Get the low-down on recycling, meet with one-of-a-kind rainforest inhabitants or touch the softest animal in the world.

SHAKESPEARE LIVE!
Run by The Shakespeare Theatre of NJ, the program covers A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Romeo and Juliet. The kids can kick back and watch the performance, or try the Speak the Speech workshop, where they’ll act and learn about allusion, imagery, metaphor and more.

TIMOTHY SHOEMAKER
After 15 years as a police instructor, Shoemaker is sharing his anecdotes, life experience and advice with K-12 students. Assemblies cover drug prevention, character, resiliency, vaping and college safety.

VEGGIECATION
Get your young chefs thinking about nutrition with a wellness and cooking demo. Assemblies hook kids up with recipes, activity pages and health tips.

THE WACKY SCIENCE SHOW
Use everyday items to perform epic science experiments. Topics include air pressure, optical illusions, the scientific method, states of matter and chemical reactions. Fifteen kids per show are invited on stage to assist.

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