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While playing in the water can be fun, it can also be dangerous. The AquaSMART Live! Puppet Show presentation teaches students water and boating safety lessons that can help save lives.

-Provided by California State Parks Division of Boating and Waterways








This free, award-winning assembly promises to teach your students how to stay safe in and around California waterways.

Assembly Description

The K-3 presentation, taught to elementary students across the state, is an interactive puppet show starring "Splasher the Frog." He and his AquaSmart stunt buddies, Joe and Charlie, show children what can happen when you are not safe in and around the water. Safety points such as learning to swim, wearing a life jacket, alcohol, drugs and boating dont' mix, looking before you leap and other life-saving lessons are covered. The K-3 program may also be used as a K-6 assembly.Kids in a group image

The 4-6 program is a multimedia game show format where two teams (each team representing half the audience) compete for prizes for their side of the audience while learning how to stay safe in and around the water.

Assemblies last approximately 35 minutes each.