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Cool Kind Kid Flash & Game Cards, Placemats, and Wrist Bands keep kids engaged and having fun, while doing social skills activities that teach them how to be kind and cool. They also learn skills and tools for saying “NO” to bullying. The Cool Kind Kid School Assembly Program has had rave reviews and is a hit with kids, parents and educators. It’s a fun musical program that kids enjoy.

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School Assembly Program


Tips for Building Healthy Relationships and Tools for Rejecting Bullying that Kids will Love Learning, Singing, and Performing!

1. Intro-Cool Kind Kid

2. Talking and Listening

3. Blurty

4. Rude Rudy

5. First Impressions

6. Magic Words

7. Be Polite

8. Cool School

9. Dining Manners

10. Manners Matter Everywhere

11. Cool Kind Kid Challenge


From Students:

  • It was fun, funny, and I want to see it again. I liked all the songs, especially ‘Cool Kind Kid.’” I learned to be kind and not bully!”  [Jayne—2nd grader] 
  • “I liked all of it.  I liked the song ‘Wanda and Luggo ’ best.  I learned to be nice to people; to respect yourself and others, and to help your neighbors, community, and world.”  [Bella—3rdgrader] 
  • “The show was great.  I love singing, ‘I don’t want to be a bully with an attitude, whose mouth is like a trash can lid…I just want to be a Cool Kind Kid.’”  [Sean—3rdgrader] 
  • [Comments from a 2ndgrade class]—“It was nice to get wristbands.”  “It was a cool assembly.”  “We liked the acting and songs.”  “We learned being mean is not cool; being cool means you’re being kind.”

 From Educators:

  • “Whenever I looked at the third and fourth grade classes I saw nothing but students who were mesmerized!  The kids were smiling and laughing (when appropriate) and swaying to the music.  It was a fantastic assembly for this age group.”  [Pleasantville, NJ Teacher] 
  • “I loved it!  The songs were so catchy!”  [Atlantic City, NJ Teacher] 
  • “The show was great.  The staff and students had many positive comments.  I thought the students were great in the assembly.  It reminded me of Glee. [Somers Point, NJ Principal]
  • “Thank you for coming to our school and sharing the Cool Kind Kids’ lessons with us.  It is nice to see the world shifting from a ‘boys will be boys’ attitude.  The show gave good tips on how to treat others, how to avoid getting bullied for unhealthy choices and how to have a healthy self-image.”  [Atlantic City, NJ Teacher] 


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