Menu Close

The Magic of Stories

An author shares her passion

In “The Magic of Stories” program, Lady Sarah shares her passion for writing and storytelling and inspires children to do both.  During the presentation she reads one of her own published stories and shares how the story and the illustrations came about. 

Details of the program

The accent is firmly on fun, encouraging and inspiring the students to be more experimental with their writing and storytelling.

  • The program encourages children to understand how a story is made up and puts together a simple sequence of how to write a story that the children can remember: A beginning, a middle, an end.
  • They learn of the 4 components that elementary students need to write story: Characters , Location, Action, Out come
  • This is followed by an example of the 4 components as Lady Sarah reads from one of her books – The Delicious Delectable Sauce.  With characters such as the happy, hardworking Silly Billy Bean and his dilemma at The Bean Factory.
  • Finally, as Lady Sarah’s background is in theatre, the children will have fun acting out a short story with a magical ending.
  • Children will have the opportunity to create a story together as a group.

Krazy Clues – How to be a STRONG Leader

A show all about leadership and character.  Krazy Keith, Sensible Sarah, and the audience solve a set of crazy clues.  They learn that being a strong leader is not about muscles, it is about who you are as person and making good personal choices.

The 45 minute program explores the need to really open our eyes and be aware of the world around us.  As we do this we discover how we can make it better.  We also look at teamwork, respect, standing up for what is right, never giving up, and the importance of giving back.

KRAZY CLUES is a show that combines many entertaining elements. Magic, storytelling, comedy, and amazing feats of skill are all blended to create a performance that motivates AND entertains grades K-6.

This assembly is a great way to remind young audiences about the importance of leadership and good character. It is also a unique and positive way for elementary schools to celebrate Red Ribbon Week by encouraging students to be STRONG individuals who make good choices.

Grade Levels: Elementary K-6