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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

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

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

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

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

In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Katherine Lyons demonstrates using story dramatization to practice dynamics.

Katherine Lyons dramatizes a story with props

In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Amanda Whiteman demonstrates using body shape and pathway to explore pattern.

Smiling child

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

In this lesson plan, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Carrie Wilcox describes how to explore sets and high/low levels through dance.

Child laughing

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

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