Interstellar Counting Systems for Space Aliens (and Kids)

Teaching Artist: Dino O’Dell

Students are engaged through interactive stories and songs that incorporate finger plays, movement, fill-in-the-blank lyrics, counting, and dramatic expression. During this musical journey, Dino and the students discover monsters under the bed, help a space alien fix his spaceship, and swim in a peanut butter pond. Students will be entertained and educated during this lively performance.

Audience: Grades PK-2
Format: Performance
Curriculum Connections: Math, Social Emotional Learning
Teaching Artist: Dino O’Dell

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