The Three "T's": Toe Shoes, Tutus and Tchaikovsky
First graders explore ballet, music and movement through Tchaikovsky's, The Nutcracker Suite. They listen to music, read about ballet, analyze how muscles work, examine artwork by Edgar Degas, and create a still life.
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