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Using Storytelling to Identify Story Patterns and Relationships Between Characters and Objects In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Valerie Bayne Carroll demonstrates using storytelling to identify patterns and relationships between characters and objects. 
Val Carroll works with preschool teachers in a training session
Developing Movement Sequences to Demonstrate Sequencing, Comparing and Contrasting In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Amanda Whiteman demonstrates creating movement sequences to classify and match mittens and gloves, sequence simple movements with and without a prop, and develop and explore movement choices.
Child in a classroom
Story Dramatization: Creating Characters with Body and Voice In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Katherine Lyons demonstrates using story dramatization to practice dynamics.
Katherine Lyons dramatizes a story with props
Hand Warm-Up: Following Directions In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Kofi Dennis explores steady beat through chant, as children listen and follow directions.
Kofi Dennis doing a warm-up in a classroom with children
Car Patterns: Exploring Straight and Curvy Patterns with Movement In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Amanda Whiteman demonstrates using body shape and pathway to explore pattern.
Smiling child
Car Patterns: Creating Patterns with Movement In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Amanda Whiteman demonstrates how to develop simple sequences of movement based on the action of a story.
Amanda Whiteman with child in classroom
Birds on a Perch: Exploring Sets and High/Low Levels through Dance In this lesson plan, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Carrie Wilcox describes how to explore sets and high/low levels through dance.
Child laughing
Greeting Song: Exploring Number Recognition and Vocal Control In this lesson plan, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Sue Trainor describes how to help children explore their singing voices as well as recognizing representations of numbers in various ways.
Sue Trainor sings with a teacher and children in a classroom
Using Traditional Song to Reinforce Number Sense In this lesson plan, Wolf Trap Teaching Artists Terry Leonino and Greg Artzner draw from the book Rooster's Off to See the World by Eric Carle to describe how to use traditional song to reinforce concepts such as counting, adding on, and taking away.
Terry Leonino and Greg Artzner in a classroom setting
Dance with Probability In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Amanda Whiteman introduces probability and recording of data to help children create a dance phrase based on probability.
Picture of a colorful die on a colorful carpet

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