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The Nutrition Show: Hansel and Gretel Eat Right

Teacher Reviews

Really a great way to tie in nutrition and fairy tales!

---Jennifer, Pittsburgh, PA

"For the past four years I have been doing one of your plays for my spring musical. The Nutrition Show has been a lot of fun to do! The songs were fantastic, some of your best work. We learned quite a bit too. This play had so many speaking roles that all of my students were able to shine. Keep writing! I can't wait to do the next one!"

---Justine Hoffman, Teacher (2nd grade), Wagon Wheel Elementary, Trabuco Canyon, CA

"I like how well the play fits into and adds to the curriculum. In the past I never talked in such detail about the topics but with this play I find myself creating extension lessons for the curriculum because the students are so excited. It also adds to the parent connection. It provides conversations for parents and students as well as provides an opportunity for them to come to the school. I have used other plays, but since finding Bad Wolf I would not use any others. The way problems and topics are tackled are perfect. The music is original and highly motivating."

---Andrea Croft, Teacher (Kindergarten), Quaker Valley School District, PA

"I ordered The Nutrition Show for my second grade PTA program and it was a hit! The songs were witty and easy to learn."

---Abby Jinienez, Teacher (2nd grade), Henderson School, Midland, TX.

"It was the highlight of the students' year. The music was engaging and easy to learn. The theme fit right into our curriculum. We saw some some students just come alive and shine on stage."

---Dana Sodergren, Teacher (2nd grade), Pioneer School, Davis, CA

"The play was extremely fun! Our school has a healthy lifestyle week, so the students enjoyed learning more about nutrition. This was a nice relaxing way to end the year. I especially liked that the lead roles had simple enough dialogue that I could choose students with less English or ability to memorize for the starring roles."

---Krista VanderLugt, Teacher (1st grade), The American International School of Vilnius, Lithuania

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