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Rediscovering and Exploring Science Through the Arts Drama, creative movement, puppetry, and music are engaging tools for the exploration of Physical Science, Earth Science, and Life Science, three main areas of early childhood science education.
Baby Beat, Baby Feet! BABY BEAT, BABY FEET! Presented by two of the following DC/MD/VA Wolf Trap Teaching Artists:
Music Makes the World Go 'Round MUSIC! Music is fun and fundamental to all children. Music develops listening skills, invites intuitive responses and helps children remember.
"Poetry in Motion" Resource Materials Supplementary materials for the professional development workshop "Poetry in Motion: Communicating the Meaning of Poetry through Dance," developed by Wolf Trap Master Teaching Artist Rachel Knudson.
Exploring Language Through Pitch In this experience, Wolf Trap Master Teaching Artist Christina Farrell uses vocal warm-ups to demonstrate pitch, dynamics, language development, and prosody.
Good Morning, My Good Friends!: A Spatial Concepts Song In this experience, Wolf Trap Master Teaching Artist Christina Farrell shares a song and dance experience to teach  children spacial concepts to the tune of a familiar song.
I Had a Rooster: Using Cumulative Songs in the Classroom In this experience, Wolf Trap Master Teaching Artist Christina Farrell introduces children to a cumulative song to help children understand sequencing and counting.
Intentional Questions In this experience, Wolf Trap Master Teaching Artist Christina Farrell discusses how to develop an arts-integrated lesson using intentional questions.
An Introduction to STEM in Early Childhood In this experience, Wolf Trap Master Teaching Artist Christina Farrell discusses the natural connections between STEM and the arts.

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