Language of Creative Movement

Teaching Artist: Sarah Anne Patz

Bring the concepts and stories of your curriculum to life through the kinesthetic intelligence with a veteran dancer and primary grades educator.  In this program, the elements of creative movement are the vehicle for exploring curricular content which is chosen by the classroom teacher.  Whether the students are representing the life stages of a butterfly, making geometric shapes with their bodies, or becoming the characters of a folk tale, new understandings emerge. Pre-residency planning meeting and collaborative lessons are required. Also available for virtual residencies.

Audience: Grades K-2
Format: Residency
Teaching Artist: Sarah Anne Patz

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