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Discover how to infuse the arts into your everyday classroom management and transitions!
Kofi Dennis doing a warm-up in a classroom with children
The resources in this module provide music and movement experience that can be used to promote health and wellness while fostering the connection between the adult and child.
Child and caregiver keep beat on frame drum
In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artists Greg Artzner and Terry Leonino sing a song that demonstrates the interconnected relationships everyone has with all living things. 
In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Gary Lapow demonstrates an upbeat song that allows children to make assertive statements about what they do in their own lives to make their bodies healthy.
In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Gary Lapow demonstrates healthy physical movement in this exciting warmup.
In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artists Greg Artzner and Terry Leonino celebrate the wonder of the natural world and encourage the protection of wildlife and habitat through the use of music, creative drama, and movement. 
In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artists Greg Artzner and Terry Leonino share a song that celebrates the wonder of the natural world and encourages the protection of wildlife and habitat.
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.
In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Valerie Bayne Carroll shares a song that promotes healthy nutrition practices.  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.
Val Carroll and child in classroom
In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Kofi Dennis shares a song that fosters quiet play interaction between an adult and a child.  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 with babies in BAP class

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