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Stages for Learning: Linking Drama to Children's Literature In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Jeanne Wall taps into the children's love for pretending by linking dramatic play and literature. 
Stages for Learning: Imaginary Travel In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artists Valerie Bayne Carroll and Michele Valeri demonstrate how to travel into a story and experience it on a new level using pictures, sound effects, and music. 
Stages for Learning: I Like the Way I Feel 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.
Stages for Learning: Hip Hop Warmup In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Gary Lapow demonstrates healthy physical movement in this exciting warmup.
Stages for Learning: Help the Earth 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. 
Stages for Learning: Grandma's Farm In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Jeanne Wall demonstrates in-role characterization and imagination to make connections to literature.  
Stages for Learning: Finding Your Voice In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Kathleen Lynam demonstrates how teachers can modify their voice to enhance storytelling and reinforce literacy skills. 
Stages for Learning: Everybody Needs a Place to Live 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: Energy or Quality of Movement In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Krissie Marty links descriptive language to energy and quality movement to engage imagination and encourage creative choices. 
Stages for Learning: Linking Puppetry to Literature In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Ingrid Crepeau demonstrates how to link puppetry and props to literature. This experience is designed to take place over several days to draw multiple rich lessons from the story.

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