So I work at an afterschool program for elementary school children, and I have been given the opportunity to make a club for the duration of the summer. I would be able to have these kids once or twice a week for a couple hours and just let them play or practice Kendama. I am looking for teaching resources, ideas to get a ton of kendamas, and basically how I can get up to 100 kids to fall in love with Kendama. It would be awesome if anyone had any info on how I could reach out to companies in order to get coupons that I could distribute to parents in order buy the kids kendamas. I rummaged through everything I have and only have around 8 kendamas that I would allow a bunch of kids to play with. This would all have to be funded by me, or involve reaching out to the parents, as the program I work for is directly working for the state, and only has a set amount of money to work with. I'm also wondering if anyone has any experience on how open players on any of the teams are about showing up and chilling with a bunch of kids that suck at Kendama for a couple of hours. Another project involving this that I would love to do is film the kids as they learn and make an edit. If you have any tips for this, as I've never done it before. That would be awesome! Hit me up with any info or ideas that you all have! I'm open to anything and everything!