Homes come in all shapes and sizes. Carson Ellis writes about the fictional and nonfictional homes we know in this fun story. Students worked on making connections this week. What are the best things about living in the country? What are the best things about living in the city? What would it be like to live in a shoe?
Check out Pinduli through this read-aloud link. Pinduli, a young striped hyena, is hurt by the unkind words of Dog, Lion, and Zebra, but her clever trick promotes her clan’s survival and spreads harmony throughout the savannah. It’s a perfect story to explore African music and why we dance.
This story is funny and relatable. It’s about how becoming “rulers” of the playground, in the end, is less fun than playing together and sharing.
The story Crow Boy by Taro Yashima provided students an opportunity to practice developing characters. In the beginning of the story the little boy in
Movement adds flavor to any classroom setting. Even when teachers aren’t feeling very confident about adding dance moves there are still enormous benefits to beginning
The class, Dancing from the Inside-Out, is an eight-week course through the library where adults 55 and older can get active while learning new dances and information about dance. The