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In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Mary Gresock demonstrates musical improvisation to familiarize children with patterns, sequencing, and sound.
In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artists Mary Gresock and Kofi Dennis demonstrate steady beat through song and chant.
In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Mary Gresock demonstrates memory and recall through song with an emphasis on dynamics (quiet and loud) through both singing and sounds made by using the body.
In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Kofi Dennis introduces children to breathing exercises and head voice. 
In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Amanda Layton Whiteman introduces body awareness through the dance elements of body shape and levels. 
In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artists demonstrate how storytelling with sound effects aids comprehension and auditory discrimination.  
In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artists demonstrate warm-ups to prepare children for other activities.  The Artists address spatial awareness and following directions.
In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Sue Trainor demonstrates a strategy to recall a favorite story and dramatize it in a playful way.
In these experiences, Wolf Trap Teaching Artists demonstrate chants that provide opportunities for listening, attending, and responding through the power of rhythm and rhyme of words. Chants reinforce concepts through repetition.  
STAGES for Learning: Performing Arts Experiences for Early Childhood Education provides early childhood professionals and parents with effective approaches and arts experiences that have been tested and refined in preschool and kindergarten classrooms by teachers, teaching assistants, Wolf Trap Teaching Artists and, of course, children.

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