“The Character Show” — a fun way to get your students excited about the Six Pillars

Would you like an exciting way to get your school energized about character? How about kicking off the school year with a shared experience that teachers and students alike will use as a touchstone as they build character?

We’re excited to announce that Obediah Thomas, of the children’s performance troupe Razzle Bam Boom, now offers The Character Show to elementary schools.

The Character Show is billed as a family festival of songs and comedy that educates kids and parents alike about the Six Pillars of Character. The goal is to educate families about positive values and anti-bullying.

Obediah Thomas will have you tapping your toes, humming along, and inspired to fill your year with trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and citizenship.

His songs include: Doing What I’m Supposed to Do, Time to be Terrific, Citizenship, Life Isn’t Always Fair, and Respect Mambo.

For more information, check out RazzleBamBoom.com.

See the Character Show’s listing and that of all our Six-Pillar Partners here.

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  1. I am a concerned retired school Teacher who just want to help develop good character in young elementary students, hoping that it will help them to become better citizens.

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