Kids Say Stuff

For inquiries, please call Carolyn @ Home Studio# (416) 421-0789 (no txts pls)

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Public Speaking for Kids

   REGISTER NOW!

  1. Click “Register Now” choose a workshop and book it
  2. Send fee via email money transfer or paypal to carolyntband@gmail.com
  3. Read entire emailed “appointment confirmation” (don’t forget to scroll down)
  4. Follow preparation instructions
  5. See you there!

Ages 9 to 15 – Beginner or Advanced

“Kids Say Stuff” is where kids perform speeches, presentations, poetry, monologues or spoken word in front of fellow students, in a warm and friendly environment. Whether beginner or advanced, each “Performing Student” will receive feedback from Pro Singer, TEDx Talks Speaker and Voice Coach – Carolyn T, on how to improve technique, performance and stage presence.

Benefits:

  • Overcome stage fright
  • Try out new techniques
  • Learn from fellow students
  • Perform in front of an audience
  • Get feedback
  • Improve your speaking skills
  • Have fun!

How do I prepare?

1. Pick a 2-3 min speech presentation, poetry, monologue or spoken word etc.
2. Sign up for private one-on-one sessions to practice your material (recommended but not mandatory)
3. Memorize
4. Arrive at workshop and Speak Like Nobody’s Watching!

Important things to know:

  • This is for adults 19+
  • Microphone will be provided
    (microphone technique can be practiced in private sessions – just ask!)

Can I invite my friends or family to see me perform?

YES! Friends, family and “non-performing” students are welcome to audit (attend as an audience member) the Master for $10 each.

Do I need any experience?

nope

Do I have to be perfect?

Heck no!

What to Bring?

  • a good sense of humour
  • your voice ?

Next Workshops:

TBD

Workshop Location:

TBD

Due to the number of attendees we no longer accept payment at the door

Ask about corporate team building workshops!

FYI – There will likely be someone shooting photos or video to be added to the website and social media.  Students are encouraged to take photos and videos during the class as a learning tool.   If you do not want to be in a photo or video please do not register OR come at your own risk.