Popular Assemblies for Elementary School

There’s a hero in all of us

Cole speaks on the one shared dream of every kid ever, becoming a superhero. This assembly shows how courage is a superpower that every kid has inside of them. This assembly shows, as Spiderman said, “Anyone can wear the mask.”. That no matter what happened in their past, it’s all apart of their great origin story.

Buddy Not Bully

With the world we live in now, bullying has taken on a new form. Bullying is not only a physical game, it’s a mental game that has now stretched all over the world through the power of internet. This assembly encourages others to spread kindness and positivity. Hurting people hurt people and broken people break people. But thankfully Healed people heal people. Kindness goes a long way.

Hiding Behind Happy

Cole speaks on the fact that sadness has no age limit, but it can be beaten by anyone of any age. Encouraging kids to not hide behind happy and put on a fake smile to show you’re okay… when you’re really not. Cole opens up about his battles with depression, anxiety, and suicidal thoughts and how too overcome those things. This assembly shows that it’s okay to not be okay, and that’d perfectly okay.

Greatness Is Built When Nobody Is Watching

Cole speaks on the importance of actions when no one is watching. The importance of acts behind close doors. This assembly will leave kids encouraged to do the things they don’t feel like doing to get the the place they want to go, a dream without discipline is just a dream. But a dream with discipline will lead to your destiny.

Building Trust

Create a safe space where children feel comfortable expressing their feeling and thoughts with Cole. Additionally, allowing those feelings to be heard and validated.

Engaging & Fun

Young children have short attention spans and can easily become distracted and miss the main points of the message. Keeping the speeches engaging and utilizing stories to present ideas.

Relatable Experiences

Many children may have difficulty relating to adult experiences. Utilizing stories and metaphors allows children to comprehend more complex emotions and process the moral. 

Storytelling That Teaches Important Lessons

Cole uses humor, storytelling, and even costumes to excite the imagination and creativity of children. This allows elementary school students to interact and engage with the story. This allows children to make decisions and learn lessons in a way that is natural and memorable. 


Utilizing humor keeps the attention of children, while also building trust and creating a safe space.


Using stories and metaphors allows children to relate to the content in a natural and memorable way. 


Using heros to engage the imagination and allow children to see themselves in a positive light.

Building Blocks

Building blocks to create a strong foundation of positive self image and healthy emotions. 

Book an Assembly

Contact Cole Beckham to discuss creating a memorable, funny, and engaging assembly for your elementary school students.