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The Taylorr Starr Foundation For Children supports the “Healthy & Smart” ethos of the Supa Dupa Babee Curriculum and Stage Tour for building healthy character and self esteem for children and youth across the nation.

It’s here again! In support of “National Red Ribbon Drug Prevention Week
the Supa Dupa Babee “Healthy & Smart” Friends Forever Tour

Music Hall

Center for performing arts, 350 Maddison avenue, Detroit, Michigan 48226
Wednesday – October 25, 2006 – Matinee Performance: 12:30 – 2:30 P.M
  • Drama
  • Exciting Visuals
  • Exciting Music and Songs
  • Unique Mascots
  • Sound Effects
  • Exciting Music and Songs
The Supa Dupa Babee Tour has been described as: Wonderful! Exciting! Mesmerizing! Awesome!

“A LIFETIME REMEMBRANCE FOR EVERYONE!”

The Award Winning Supa Dupa Babee Curriculum

MEASURABLE LEARNING OBJECTIVES
SUPA DUPA BABEE ‘YOU GOTTA FIGHT BACK!’
Comprehensive Drug Prevention Learning Program

EIGHT WEEK CORE CURRICULUM
At the end of eight training sessions kids as young as five will develop a consciousness of the perceived harm of drugs through the Supa Dupa Babee doll, music video, and coloring book. Kids ages four and up will be able to develop a strong awareness of the harm and dangers that drugs cause through the SDB Adventure Series Booklet Parts I & II and interactive classroom discussion. Some students will be able to give direct examples of drugs within their community, and their knowledge of drugs from television and music. Some will be from high risk environments where they are approached to sell drugs, or run drugs on the streets: e.g.: Five-year olds delivering drug package to car pointed out to him/her on the street or block. Teens citing that as many as ten or twelve kids on their block being into selling drugs!

The Supa Dupa Babee core curriculum stressing the dangers and harm of illegal drugs can be actively and energetically taught, and measured. The primary projected performance based outcome is that sustained learning will become a part of a child’s developing personality, and conscious perception of right and wrong.

Supa Dupa Babee Doll (Grades K-5)
Perceived Harm, Protective Factors, Refusal Skills, Interactive Learning After personal acquaintance with the Supa Dupa Babee Doll and activating and listening to the :30 second animated message students will be able to:

  1. Describe how they can tell that Supa Dupa Babee is a hero.
  2. Give at least two reasons why Supa Dupa Babee wants them to avoid using drugs.
  3. Recite the self esteem building portion of the drug prevention message emphasizing they can be winners too.
  4. Identify the name of the monster they must be on guard against.
  5. Recite and describe at least two key parts of the ‘fight back message’ given by Supa Dupa Babee.

Give at least two reasons how they can stay strong and healthy like Supa Dupa Babee. Supa Dupa Babee Music Video (Grades K-5)
Perceived Harm, Interactive Learning, Social Skills , Protective Factors After viewing the SDB Music Video at least twice students will be
able to:

  1. Give at least two reasons why they should avoid drugs and alcohol.
  2. Give at least one reason why the boy in the video got shot!
  3. Give at least one reason why the monster was stalking the playground.
  4. Give the name of the monster they must be on guard against at all times.
  5. Give at least one reason why Supa Dupa Babee wants them to stay in school.
  6. Give at least one reason why the lady stopped the man in the car.
  7. Give at least one reason why Supa Dupa Babee says: “You Gotta Fight Back!”
  8. Give at least one reason why Supa Dupa Babee says selling drugs isn’t smart.

Supa Dupa Babee ‘Fight Back Song’ (cassette tape)
Interactive Learning, Social Influences, Refusal Skills, Protective Factors , Perceived Harm

After hearing the “Fight Back” Song several times, students will be able to:

  1. Sing or chant the entire background chorus urging them to “fight back.”
  2. Complete the phrase: If you want to win the war on drugs ________________________.
  3. Supply at least one valid answer to the question: “What is it that Supa Dupa Babee wants you to fight?”
  4. To recite and participate in a lively exchange of the call and answer section of the fight back song urging them to avoid drugs.
  5. Discuss why Supa Dupa Babee says drugs are killing on your friends, you sisters and your brothers.
  6. Give one reason why the song talks about drugs breaking the hearts of mothers.

Adventure Series Booklet Part I -Grades K-5
Social Influences, Refusal Skills, Interactive Learning, Protective Factors

After reading SDB Adventure Series Booklet and review and discussion of Learning Guide questions students will be able to:

  1. Identify at least two gateway drugs. (e.g.. Marijuana, Inhalants, Pills, Alcohol)
  2. Give at least two reasons why kids and teens start taking drugs.
    i. Introduced to drugs by friends or gang members.
    ii. Think it’s a cool thing to do.
  3. Give at least two reasons why they should not take drugs?
  4. Give the one main reason why the Crack Monster says he can trick boys and girls.
  5. Give at least three (3) reasons why they will never take drugs.
  6. Give at least two reasons why they should never smoke cigarettes.
  7. Discuss why drinking alcohol dangerously impairs judgment.
  8. Define or describe addiction.

Supa Dupa Babee Adventure Series Book Part II
Interactive Learning,Character/Self Esteem Building, Perceived Harm, Refusal Skills, Protective Factors

After reading SDB Adventure Series Booklet and review and discussion of Learning Guide questions, students will be able to:

  1. Identify at least two role models they look up to who do not take drugs
    e.g.: Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson, Supa Dupa Babee
  2. Give at least two reasons why it’s important not to take drugs?
  3. Discuss at least two ways to have a good time as teens and young adults without the use of drugs or alcohol.
  4. Give at least two reasons why they like who they are.
  5. Give at least two reasons why drug dealers target poor kids to sell drugs.
  6. Give at least one reason why drug dealers target suburban kids to buy drugs.
  7. Name two things that can easily go wrong for drug sellers.
  8. Give at least two reasons why it’s okay not to do drugs like the crowd.
  9. Name or describe at least two things that happens to kids who are born addicted.
  10. Give at least two reasons why they would not sell drugs.
  11. Discuss why people who take drugs can’t think as well.
  12. Name at least one or two things they want to do when they grow up.
  13. Give at least one reason why Supa Dupa Babee wanted to defeat the C.C. Monster.
  14. Give a basic definition of the word genocide.

Supa Dupa Babee Coloring Book Grades K-5
Perceived Harm, Protective Factors, Social Skills, Interactive Learning, Refusal Skills,Character

After review and discussion of the storyline in the SDB Coloring Book students will be able to:

  1. Tell who Supa Dupa Babee?
  2. Tell who Tippi Turtle is and why he is known as the ‘Wiser One?’(steers from danger
  3. Tell how many kids went to Rockin Rock Mountain on the Rainbow Glider Train.
  4. Tell how they can be hero’s like Supa Dupa Babee.
  5. Tell why Tippi Turtle sent Supa Dupa Babee to Earthland.
  6. Tell what Supa Dupa Babee created to defeat the Crackin Cocaine. monster.
  7. Identify kids from at least two different ethnic backgrounds.
  8. Tell what Supa Dupa reminded them to do to win the war on drugs?
  9. Give one reason why the C.C. monster thinks he’s indestructible.
  10. Tell why Supa Dupa Babee loves all children.

Supa Dupa Babee Power Pose Poster
Protective Factors, Social Skills, Character Building, Refusal Skills, Interactive Learning

After review and discussion of the Supa Dupa Babee Power Pose Poster students will be able to:

  1. Identify and least two colors in Supa Dupa Babee’s space outfit.
  2. Demonstrate the Supa Dupa Babee Power Pose.
  3. Walk like Supa Dupa Babee and show their Supa Dupa muscles.
  4. Give at least two reasons or ways they can be a Supa Dupa Babee.
  5. Give at least two reasons why they are super smart? (supa’ smart)
  6. Give at least two reasons why Supa Dupa Babee wants them to say no to drugs?.
  7. Give at least one reason how they can stay healthy like Supa Dupa Babee.
  8. Draw themselves in the Supa Dupa Babee Power Pose.

SUPA DUPA BABEE ADVENTURELAND GAME
Perceived Harm, Protective Factors, Refusal Skills, Interactive Learning, Social Skills.

After playing one or two SDB Adventureland games, students will be able to:

  1. Tell why it’s important to land on Supa Dupa Babee ‘safe’ spots.
  2. Tell why they don’t want to land in ‘monster jail’ in real life.
  3. Tell why it’s important to get to the Castleberry Corner Safety Zone.
  4. Tell how they can be the tops, Glowing Supa Dupa Babees.
  5. Give at least one way the monster tries to get kids in the ‘claws trap.’

Supa Dupa Babee & Friends Book (Grades K-5)
Perceived Harm, Interactive Learning, Social Skills , Protective Factors

After reading and discussing the SDB & Friends storybook at least once students will be able to:

  1. Identify who their best friend or friends are.
  2. Give at least one reason why it’s important to have a friend.
  3. Give at least one reason why they must respect their friends.
  4. Give at least one reason why Supa Dupa Babee says all boys and girls are his friends.
  5. Tell why Giffy Giraffe wants to help guard their path.
  6. Give at least two examples of adults they know who help guide their paths.
  7. Tell why Baetsey Bear cares, and identify at least one or two people who care about them.
  8. State at least one dream they want to make a wish for down at the Healing Stream with Fawnee.
  9. Give at least one reason why it’s important to remember always respect and protect one another and others.(live in a multicultural society)
  10. Give at least one way they can help one another accomplish their dreams in life. (e.g.. Encouragement, staying healthy)
  11. Give at least one reason why it’s important to avoid violence.
  12. Give at least two reasons why they should never fight one another.

Supa Dupa Babee & Friends Theme Song (Grades K-5)
Perceived Harm, Interactive Learning, Social Skills , Protective Factors

After hearing the Friends’ song at least twice students will be able to:

  1. Recite the chorus to Everybody Needs A Friend.
  2. Tell in their own words what it means “to be the best you know!”
  3. Tell why it’s important to befriend one another every day!
  4. Sing along to the parts of Giffy Giraffe, Baetsey Bear and Fawnee.
  5. Tell who their most favorite Friends’ character is and why?
  6. Give one reason why they should be good friends with their classmates always!
  7. Give at least one reason why they would never fight with their friends.
  8. Participate in conflict resolution role playing skit “Walking Away From Trouble.”

Fawnee’s Healing Stream Station

Make a Wish for All Your Dreams

Friends Forever live stage production.