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  • Worming into Books

    Bonnie Stahlecker

    Environmental Language Arts Science

    This workshop will capitalize on the student’s knowledge of earthworms by introducing them to bookmaking, illustration and different writing styles. Each student will make a cleverly folded book with room for a long illustration of a worm and four pages of writing. The students will have the choice to create a fictional tale about their worm or they can make their worms realistic and write reports full of worm facts.

    Teachers are encouraged to read Herman and Marguerite: An Earth Story by J. O’callahan or Diary of a Worm, prior to visit

    • Grades: K-2
    • Length: 60 min
    • Audience Limit: 30

    Day: $375 up to 5 workshops
    Materials: $25 per classroom

  • We are All Connected: Songs about the Environment (Limited Availability)

    Environmental Science

    Songs with participation that invite students to think about the animals around them, why the environment is important, and simple steps they can take to preserve the environment around them.

    • Grades: K-23-5
    • Length: 45 min
    • Audience Limit: 300
    Single: $463 Double: $587
  • Planting Hope – Storytelling and the Environment

    Bob Sander

    Environmental

    What happens when you take a moment and think about the world around you?  In this performance a storyteller remembers a trip he took, an unforgettable character he met, and a story he heard — all of whom open his eyes to the intricate web of the natural world.

    • Grades: 3-56-89-12
    • Length: 60 min
    • Audience Limit: 300
    Single: $451 Double: $575
  • Puppets, Programming, and Problem Solving

    Adzooks Puppets

    21st Century Skills Communication Critical Thinking Flexible Themes Language Arts Life Skills

    Students will be guided through the process of video game creation through the use of puppetry as a brainstorming tool for video game character and storyline creation and the exploration of puppetry as an analogy for object programming using the drag and drop game design software GameMaker.  *Mobile laptop lab can be provided

    • Grades: 3-56-89-12
    • Length: 45 min
    • Audience Limit: 30

    5-day: $688
    Materials: $25 per class
    Mileage from Martinsville, IN additional

  • Math in Your Feet

    Malke Rosenfeld

    21st Century Skills Communication Critical Thinking Health & Wellness Life Skills Math Patterns & Sequence Physical Education Problem Solving Teamwork

    Math is often called “the science of patterns” and patterns are essential to the percussive dance form of clogging. In the K-2 workshops children will learn basic clogging steps and explore the process of learning and making rhythm and patterns in their feet.  In the 3-5 workshops children explore the process making rhythm and patterns in their feet, dancing congruently with a partner and transforming patterns using reflection symmetry.  Skills/concepts: beat competency, patterning, pattern units, attributes, similar/congruent.

    • Grades: K-23-5
    • Length: 45 min
    • Audience Limit: 30

    Mileage from Bloomington, IN additional
    Day of 4: $300

  • The Dance Show

    Dance Kaleidoscope

    Communication Life Skills Math Patterns & Sequence Teamwork

    Ten to twelve professional contemporary dancers bring to life the concepts of shape, space, pattern, and rhythm in this high-energy performance.

    • Grades: K-23-56-8
    • Length: 45 min
    • Audience Limit: 300
    Single: $550 Double: $850