WHAT'S YOUR RIPPLE EFFECT?
Empowering Students With Personal Responsibility & Accountability
Every moment of every day we make choices. From the moment we get up in the morning until the moment we fall asleep, our day is filled with choice point moments.
Each choice we make has a ripple effect. It is up to us to choose what our ripple effect is. We are responsible for the thoughts we think, the words we say, and the things we do.
In this educational and inspirational assembly, Kathryn the Grape's Kathryn Cloward will empower students with personal responsibility and accountability for the choices they make. Just like the lessons taught in her new book, Kathryn the Grape's Piece of Love, Kathryn will challenge students to choose to ripple loving kindness, acceptance, and compassion into the world.
If you are looking for an engaging, motivating, and inspirational guest speaker to help your students understand the impact that their choices have on their lives and everyone around them, WHAT’S YOUR RIPPLE EFFECT? is the perfect choice!
By attending this assembly, students will:
Be empowered with understanding how their thoughts, words, and actions have a ripple effect.
Understand the impact of their choices on their own life, and everyone they encounter.
Be inspired to do their best in school and in life.
Learn about how they have a piece to contribute to helping others and our planet.
Go home with a RIPPLE EFFECT reminder and a daily challenge!
To book Kathryn Cloward for an assembly, please contact:
619-644-0008 ex. 38
"Kathryn brought literature to life for all of our students K-5. Students were engaged with her story and message. When the assembly was over our students were not ready to say goodbye to "Kathryn the Grape." This inspiring author visit is a must for every school."
~ Julie Bankes, Principal, Loma Elementary School, Spring Valley, CA
Kathryn has spoken at over 30 schools with students in all grade levels, from elementary school to high school. She has over 18 years of public speaking experience (she majored in Communications at SDSU and was awarded “Top Speaker” at a collegiate debate tournament). She has shared her voice with audiences of all sizes on a wide range of topics. Recently she shared about choice point moments, the ripple effect, and the inspiration of "Kathryn the Grape" on the TEDx stage.