Movements at Sea
Students sing a Hawaiian song and listen to a story about a group of Hawaiian voyagers. They view pictures of the Rapanui canoe. They answer questions about the story and imitate the movements of rowing a canoe.
K Visual & Performing Arts 3 Views 1 Download
Creating Story with Music
In Bali, the term gotong royong means working together. Children will see firsthand how two cultural music pieces can work together to create something new, while also understanding the importance of collaborative effort. They are broken...
K - 3rd Visual & Performing Arts CCSS: Designed
Learning about Animals with "Three Blind Mice"
Blind mice, hungry mice, and mice peeking through a hole are all featured in a phonemic awareness lesson. Learners sing about and read stories about this clever rodent. They compare the size of different animals to the size of a mouse,...
K Science CCSS: Designed
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