Inspector Iwannano

Teaching character is more fun than you think!

inspector iwannano character assembly programBring Inspector Iwannano into your school this year for an unforgettable "Character Counts" experience. Inspector Iwannano, a live character actor, delivers a strong message within a comedy-packed, magic-filled program. Students will learn to "focus on my actions" because actions show character. Inspector Iwannano involves your students in a mystery as they try to uncover certain "character clues" - aspects of a good character. The character traits covered are: respect, trustworthiness, care, responsibility, fairness, and good citizenship.

inspector iwannano show performer mobile ed character building assemblyTo help Inspector Iwannano deliver his message, he is aided by a wide array of extraordinary props and gadgets, each one is a special magic trick in disguise. A special magnifying glass, a talking cartoon drawing, a contraption that creates an American flag and even a trust building game show called Egg Head are some of the exciting adventures the inspector will take your students on. The entire program is accompanied by music, sound effects, and an outrageous performance designed to be truly both educational and entertaining. The program is 45 minutes of fun and valuable messages for students grades K-5.

Don't miss the opportunity to encourage positive character habits in a fun and memorable way. Teaching character may be more fun than you think!

 

 

 

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The Inspector Iwannano Show Program Summary
Grade Level: K-6
Max Audience Size: 200+ (limited by facility)
Workshop Availability: No
Performance Time: 40-45 minutes
Setup Time: 45 minutes (15 minutes between performances)
Teardown Time: 30 minutes
Required Utilities: A stage or 8' x 25' area. One AC electrical outlet. One 6'-8' banquet table.
Subjects Covered:

• Respect
• Trustworthiness
• Care
• Responsibility
• Fairness
• Good citizenship

Very entertaining, showed pillars of character in a fun way for children to understand.

- Tornillo Elementary School, Tornillo, TX

Our prices are among the most competitive in the school assembly industry. Please call your state's Program Consultant at 800.433.7459 for the best pricing on this program.

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