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Aunty B and BAM Children's Entertainment

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Join Aunty B and all her groovy Puppet friends as they go on adventures teaching children how to love themselves and others. We have a wide range of stories to share focusing on topics around Peer Pressure, Bullying, Black History Month, Summer Fun and Positive Peer Interactions.

FEELS GOOD TO BE KIND Topic: Friendship and Adventure: 40 mins – Ages: 0 – 4 years

This show is based on the picture book “Feels Good to Be Kind” Aunty B and Tommy sing and rhyme while adventuring off to roller skating. Aunty B finds herself losing her balance and falls down while wearing her roller skates, but her groovy friends are right there to help her and make sure no one bullies Aunty B by laughing at her.

FUN IN THE SUN Topic: Safety ­40 mins – Ages: 0 -­ 4 years

Aunty B and Tommy head of to the beach where they explore safety and swimming, but how are they going to get to the beach? Will their groovy friends imaginations get them there so they can enjoy this exciting and sunny day?

SHARING IS CARING Topic: 40 mins – Ages: 0 -­ 4 years

Join Aunty B and Tommy in this exciting show about sharing and caring. Aunty B and Tommy teach their groovy friends how to care and stand up straight, stick their hearts out, stay groovy and take the risk because it feels good to share.

CHOCOLATE SWIRL Topic: Bullying and or African Heritage Month, 40 mins – Ages: 5 -­ 12 years

Your students will stay engaged in this journey that takes liNle “B” through her experiences with racism and abandonment because of the colour of her skin. This story is based in 1983 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, where hundreds of free slaves settled after slavery and  faced poverty and racial discrimination. Tommy comes alongside Aunty B (Little B) to keep the suspense going through narrating the journey of understanding differences and equality.

SWEET CLARA AND THE FREEDOM QUILT Topic: African Heritage Month, 40 mins – Ages: 5 -­ 12 years

Sweet Clara is set in the 1800’s where hundreds of thousands of people were captured and forced to work on slave plantations. In this story, Sweet Clara takes the risk to find her freedom and struggles through social justice. Students will appreciate this journey that encourages hope and equality.

FREEDOM ON THE MENU Topic: African Heritage Month, 40 mins – Ages: 5 – 12 years  

Freedom on the menu takes the audience on a journey while one woman actor moves in and out of characters to create an animated style of storytelling. This historical literacy story takes place in the 1960’s where “Connie” tells us about the struggles her and her siblings went through alongside Martin Luther King Jr. to create equal rights and opportunities for all of mankind.

THE LITTLE YELLOW SCHOOL BUS Topic: Bullying, 40 mins – Ages: 5 – ­12 years

This high energy interacXve show will have your students on the edge of their seats while they witness LiNle B (Aunty B) facing the challenges of being bullied because she has a learning disability.

GTA, Brampton, Durham School Boards,Richmond Hill, Ottawa,Kingston,Vaughan, Whitby,Toronto, Mississauga
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City News, Good News Toronto and All Access Pass have featured our team in their articles with reviews that complement the testimonials from the Toronto Police Department, Sick Kids Hospital, Principals, Teachers and Daycares.

Ron Taverner, Toronto Police Service:
Thank you to B-AM and staff for their contribution to Greenholme Middle School. Not only did the students learn about the importance of anti-bullying, but it also helped the Toronto Police to continue ot foster healthy relationships with our youth.

Hi Khalilah,
 Your performance was thoroughly enjoyed by our patients.  I remember two brothers in particular that just lit up at the “peanut butter song.”  It was great to see you two (three, including Davey) brighten up the hospital hallway.

Jennifer Borkowski, Librarian SickKids Children's Hospital

Principle Thando Hyman says...
Hi Khalilah as usual, we loved your performance and your professionalism.Cheers,
Thando Hyman
Principal, Alexander Stirling P.S.