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Arts Integration at Home – Excursions

Posted Monday, April 27, 2020 Today’s arts integration at home activity is a playful way to get the week started. Excursions invites kids (and adults) to practice the skills of observation and presence, and most importantly creativity through spontaneity. DOWNLOAD THIS ACTIVITY AS A PRINTABLE .PDF Watch a time-lapse video of Sarah playing [...]

Arts Integration at Home – Mirror

Posted Wednesday, April 15, 2020 Today’s arts integration activity, Mirror, is easy and low-risk. You can do it standing, from a chair or from six feet away! This simple activity helps with focus, responsibility and trust. DOWNLOAD THIS ACTIVITY AS A PRINTABLE .PDF Mirror is credited to the improviser and teacher Viola Spolin. It [...]

Arts Integration at Home – Hot Seating

Posted Monday, April 13, 2020 Today’s at-home activity, Hot Seating, gets kids acting! This activity allows them to a) think from different perspectives and b) share their knowledge in a creative way. It is essentially an interview with a character, a famous person, or anyone else who the student might want to pretend to be. [...]

Arts Integration at Home – People to People

Posted Wednesday, April 8, 2020 Today’s at-home activity, People to People, gets kids up on their feet and into their bodies. This activity allows them to a) move their bodies in improvisational ways and b) practice in the moment problem-solving. Open the PDF linked below to see the directions for the activity - one set [...]

Arts Integration at Home – Sentence-At-A-Time Story

SENTENCE-AT-A-TIME STORY Posted Monday, April 6, 2020 Today’s at-home activity is a classic improvisation game - Sentence-at-a-Time Story. This activity allows kids to a) practice their creativity and b) work on sequencing, word choice, and descriptive details. Open the PDF linked below to see the directions for the activity - one set for caregivers/teachers [...]

Arts Integration at Home – This is Not a..

THIS IS NOT A... Posted Wednesday, April 1, 2020 Happy April Fool’s Day! In honor of the silliness of the day, we are sharing a playful theatre activity that gets you a) using your imagination and b) showing/telling descriptive details. It’s called “This is Not a…” All you need to play is one non-breakable, [...]

Arts Integration at Home – Narrative Pantomime

NARRATIVE PANTOMIME Posted Monday, March 30, 2020 Narrative Pantomime is an active way for students to a) retell a story and b) draw out action, emotion, and sensory details. It’s a great way to extend the story hour, especially for kids who can’t read yet. The directions for the activity are shared in two [...]

Arts Integration at Home – Role on the Wall

With students at home and caregivers balancing work and school, everyone is adjusting and learning. We want to offer a few simple, creative, educational, and arts-based ways to spice up your distance learning - especially since the day might involve a lot of sitting.  On that note, a huge thank you to all the teachers [...]

Arts Integration at Home – Everybody Do

With students at home and caregivers balancing work and school, everyone is adjusting and learning. We want to offer a few simple, creative, educational, and arts-based ways to spice up your distance learning - especially since the day might involve a lot of sitting.  On that note, a huge thank you to all the teachers [...]

Arts Integration at Home – Sculptor & Clay

With students at home and caregivers balancing work and school, everyone is adjusting and learning. We want to offer a few simple, creative, educational, and arts-based ways to spice up your distance learning - especially since the day might involve a lot of sitting.  On that note, a huge thank you to all the teachers [...]