Koscove Kids are multi-cultural puppets each representing a unique disability. They come to life in a special way to teach children about their peers with disabilities and assist schools in efforts to implement programs of inclusion. The goals of the Koscove Kids project are to provide an opportunity for children to explore disabilities in a comfortable learning environment, gain acceptance of disabilities through understanding and foster positive attitudes toward persons with disabilities. We are excited to introduce the Koscove Kids to area classrooms & venues: Sally, Carmen, Gina, Jay, Mitch, Corey & Danny!
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SKSF Volunteers perform puppet presentation at Primrose School at Cottonwood Creek at 4110 Dublin Blvd, Colorado Springs.
With almost 1 MILLION views on YouTube, this video has sure gone viral!! Check out the 1st Koscove Kids performance at Calhan Preschool in Calhan, Colorado.