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At The Parent Child Center of Tulsa, child abuse prevention is tailored to meet the needs of the community. Our Kids On the Block educational puppet program offers a PATHWAY OF HOPE to elementary school students to equip them with knowledge and skills, and to empower them to seek help from trusted adults.

Kids on the Block program topics include:

  • Bullying
  • Stranger Awareness
  • Divorce
  • Child Abuse
  • Conflict Resolution

Our professional community educators are specially trained to provide these age appropriate puppet programs at selected grade levels.

In addition to presenting in schools, our educators travel to a variety of other community locations.

All Kids on the Block programs are offered FREE OF CHARGE.

CLICK HERE to watch us on KTUL Good Day Tulsa (July 2017).

CLICK HERE to watch us on KTUL Good Day Tulsa and learn how Kids on the Block puppets allow children to open up about tough subjects (July 2018).



Please complete this form to request a Kids on the Block program.

The Parent Child Center of Tulsa will contact you within 48 hours of submission.

Note: Submission of this form is not a guarantee of service. PCCT staff will speak with the contact listed to schedule a date and time for programming.

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  • PreK - Kindergarten
  • 1st Grade
  • 2nd Grade
  • 3rd Grade
  • 4th Grade
  • 5th Grade
  • 6th Grade

Caught in The Middle

Although the divorce rate has decreased steadily in Oklahoma since the 90s, divorce has become the norm in this country and that’s ok. It’s important …

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Taking Back Control

The secret sauce to conflict resolution is keeping your cool. That doesn’t mean hide your emotions but try to change your outlook. If someone is …

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Feelings are Important

Feelings are important when it comes to bullying.

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Rescue or Report

In Rescue or Report, we learn how to safely intervene in a bullying situation. We can rescue someone who needs help and we can report bullying to a trusted adult. This show is intended for children ages 7+

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You’re Not the Boss of Me

In this show, we find that Eddy has been getting bullied at school. We learn how bullying behaviors can affect peer relationships – such as Eddy’s initial interaction with his friend Clare – and we learn that bullying isn’t just a kid problem but a whole community problem to work on together. This show is intended for children ages 8+

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Sticks & Stones

In this show, we learn that name-calling can lead to hurt feelings. We also learn how we can use our words to stand up for ourselves and ask someone to stop calling mean names. This show is intended for children ages 4 to 6.

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