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Little Voices for Healthy Choices: Agoo Amee In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Kofi Dennis demonstrates a call and response experience from the language of the Akan people of Ghana. This experience can be used to create focus, as a classroom management tool, and/or as a transition. This experience was developed for Little Voices for Healthy Choices, A National Initiative for Early Head Start (EHS) and Migrant and Seasonal Head Start (MSHS) administered by the Early Head Start National Resource Center.
Kofi Dennis does a call and response with children
Little Voices for Healthy Choices: Aeroplane In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Krissy Marty demonstrates how to use dance to provide young children with important vestibular stimulation. This experience was developed for Little Voices for Healthy Choices, A National Initiative for Early Head Start (EHS) and Migrant and Seasonal Head Start (MSHS) administered by the Early Head Start National Resource Center.
Krissie Marty demonstrates an experience
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Gorilla! Gorilla!: Using Distance to Teach Comparisons In this experience, Master Teaching Artist Amanda Whiteman demonstrates how to use body shape and locomotor movements to teach comparisons using distance. 
Amanda Whiteman speaking at a training session
Gorilla! Gorilla!: Measurement In this experience, Master Teaching Artist Amanda Whiteman demonstrates how to use body shape and locomotor movements to teach measurement.
Amanda Whiteman with children in a classroom
Animal Band: Sorting Long and Short Sounds In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Sue Trainor demonstrates a strategy to help children aurally recognize sounds that last a long time and a short time.
Stock photo of Sue Trainor in a classroom with two children
Animal Band: Using Music to Create Patterns In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Sue Trainor demonstrates how music can be used to teach children to aurally and visually recognize and extend rhythmic patterns and animal sounds.
Sue Trainor demonstrates a music experience with a teacher for children in a classroom
High and Low Patterns in Dance In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Anne Sidney demonstrates how children can use movement to create high and low shapes in order to recognize and form two- and three-part patterns through body shapes and symbols.
Teacher and children make body shapes in classroom

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