Live! Educational Concerts
Respect for Self, Others & Our World
Encourage children to develop core values, grow as individuals, and become responsible citizens.
Based on RONNO’s Character Development Songs for Kids and POSITIVEly Singable Songs albums, this lively and engaging presentation includes song material that speaks in kid-friendly language to many critical issues:
- Conflict resolution/Getting along
- Doing/being our best
- Respect for Cultural Diversity
- Active, healthy lifestyles
- Environmental responsibility
Play-based, Developmental Movement
Bring hugely motivating movement-to-music fitness experiences to your community and/or school district.
These highly interactive concerts incorporate energizing workouts from RONNO & Liz J-T’s award-winning recordings, all designed to promote quality physical activity in a majorly FUN way, while also encouraging healthy nutritional choices.
Strengthening learning through “brain-based” guided movement!
OR…Mix and match to customize your RONNO program! Contact RONNO
What educators are saying about RONNO shows:
Darcea Hiltz, Music Teacher, Falgarwood & Sheridan Public Schools, Oakville, ON
Thank you for a fabulous performance. The kids were so happy, and the feedback from parents has been wonderful!
Kristin Moilanen, Parent-Teacher Council, Alameda Childhood Center, Farmington Hills, MI
That was spectacular! Beyond my highest expectation!
Christy Webster, Primary Teacher, Sandhills, P.S., Kitchener, ON
Thanks again for a great show!! It was awesome!
Gary Moore, Vice-Principal, Pleasant Valley School, Dundas, ON
They loved it! And the teachers thought it was just marvelous!
Cathy Aayle, Principal, Orchard Park Public School, Orillia, ON
You did a wonderful job! That was just excellent!
Margaret Perrotta, Teacher, St. Nicholas Catholic School, Waterloo, ON
That was terrific!
Patrick McCarthy, Principal, Jefferson Public School, Bramalea, ON
RONNO has the ability to excite and energize children one minute, and extablish control and calm the next. Students and teachers alike feel as though they’ve been thoroughly entertained and enriched.
Liz Jones-Twomey, Teacher, Wilson Ave. Public School, Kitchener, ON