Thematic Programs

Thematic Programs

d stand j sitTwo of a Kind is available for programs at schools, libraries, performing arts centers, concert halls, festivals, museums, zoos, aquariums, camps and special events. Children, teachers and parents love Two of a Kind concerts because of the interaction, the humour, the messages and the great songs.

Sample Thematic Programs:
(Two of a Kind can combine themes, emphasize a theme, or do a non-thematic program)

7 Nights to Read
Songs related to reading and books
(PreK-Grade 6)

Common Threads
Songs of multiculturalism, diversity & unity – similarities and differences between people of many cultures and abilities
(K-Grade 6)

Caring for the Earth
Environmental songs, including songs about recycling, pollution, animals and their habitats
(K-Grade 6)

Talk it Out
Songs of conflict resolution, anti-bullying, cooperation and peace
(K-Grade 6)

Underneath the Deep Blue Sea
Songs of sea creatures and water with an environmental focus
(K-Grade 6)

Caring For Each Other
Character Education program, featuring songs about values such as respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, trustworthiness, etc.
(K-Grade 6)

Crazy Critter Concert
Songs about animals and their habitats, with an environmental focus
(Grades K-6)

Together We Can Make a Difference
Songs about cooperation and unity, and songs which tell the stories of people (both famous and ‘ordinary’) and their positive effect on others
(Grades 1-6)

Singing for our Lives
A lecture/demonstration about the connections between music and movements for social change, with an emphasis on the civil rights, labor, peace and women’s movements.
(Grades 6-12)

Going on an Adventure
Songs inspired by and enriching children’s imaginations including topics such as dinosaurs, pirates, dressing up and more.
(Preschool-Kindergarten)

Your Theme Here (Library Summer Reading themes, etc.)
We have a large repertoire of songs and are happy to work with you to develop a program to meet your needs. We frequently design programs to connect with the Summer Reading themes of various libraries, library systems or states.

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