Massachusetts Programs & Performers Directory : Program Description

CurricuLaughs (for Schools)

Program Categories: * Authors and Illustrators * Educational Programs * Music
Audience:Grades K-2, Grade 3, Grade 4-5, Grade 6
Description:

Learning language arts through HUMOR and music. Gets the right brain to help in traditionally left-brained subject areas. See www.IncredibleAssemblies.com for details on these incredible programs. A very FULL day of programming and activities for grades K-6.

Fee:$1499. FULL DAY - grants found (guaranteed) and written FOR YOU
Group Size:1+ grade levels at a time
Program Length:full day
Facility Requirements:Just room, power, and projection screen or wall
Last Modified:07/10/2008
Comments:”What an incredible experience for us all!’” --Kellie Ruggles, Reading Specialist, Ruggles Lane Elementary, Barre, MA>>>

" by far, the best set of presentations I have seen in our school system …" --Dr. Marc Kerble, Assistant Superintendent, Winchester Schools, Winchester, MA >>>

“…the best visiting author program that I can remember bringing to the school...” --
Carol McGrath, Principal, Esten Elementary School, Rockland, MA >>>

“…truly inspired teachers and students alike…” --
Kim-Marie Fudge, Reading Specialist, John F. Kennedy Elementary School, Billerica, Ma >>>

“…If you only have one author visit your school, this is the one to get." --
Kathleen Holland, GR6 Teacher, Eugene Wright School, Chelsea, MA>>>
Please see the complete quotes and many others at www.IncredibleAssemblies.com .

Recent Library/School Appearances by A Day With Award-Winning Author, Jeff Nathan :

Robbins Library Arlington, MA 781-316-3200
Richard Maghakian Memorial School Brookline, NH (603) 673-4640
Chace St. Elementary School Somersett, MA (508) 324-3160

Performer’s Contact Information:

A Day With Award-Winning Author, Jeff Nathan

Jeff Nathan
27 Brown St.
Andover, MA 01810
Phone: 1-888-967-3386
Email: visits@IncredibleAssemblies.com
Web Site: http://www.IncredibleAssemblies.com
Preferred Contact Method: Email
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