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I prefer to give four 45 - 50 minute presentations, two in the morning and two in the afternoon. My programs are well suited for approximately 150 children per 45-minute period. Please group younger grades together, such as 1st & 2nd graders, instead of 1st & 5th graders. Gymnasium's work very well for all groups of children. The floors are usually sufficient for them to draw on.


Supplies needed:


* Large room, preferably the gymnasium for large groups of 100 or more. Media rooms and/or Art rooms work well for small groups of 30 to 50 children.


* Microphone, hands-free if available.


* Projector cart or table.


* Extension cord.


* Slide screen or smooth, clean wall for slide show.


* Two 8 ft. table and 13 folding chairs.


* At least one piece of 11" x 17" white paper for each child.


* One sharpened pencil for each child or bring art supplies of there choice... (i.e.: crayons or colored pencils.)


It is nice if the teachers participate in the drawing exercise as this gives the children confidence to try something that they might not be initially good at. It also helps if the teachers ask questions at this time to break the ice for the children.




Fees are $900.00 per day plus travel expenses. If you are interested please email me at and I will respond ASAP or you may call at 1-574-277-6137. Books may be ordered at least 2 weeks ahead of time before presentation so they can be personalized for any child. Contact Bruce Langton for book orders.




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