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Dallas Children's Theater

Mo Willems’ ELEPHANT & PIGGIE'S "WE ARE IN A PLAY!"

Students, get ready to play the part of “engaged audience members” as you watch a story about two best friends with very different perspectives. The ever-upbeat Piggie is thrilled to be on stage, while Elephant is a bit busy hoping nothing goes “terribly, horribly, best-friendship endingly wrong” d...

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Dallas Arboretum

Plants are Alive: Pumpkin Powered Learning Gallery Program - During School Day (Offer 9/18-11/3/2023 only)

Each autumn, the Arboretum is transformed by thousands of pumpkins, gourds and squash. In this seasonally-spiced version of our Plants are Alive program, students learn about the differences between living and nonliving things and explore the structures and functions of a pumpkin plant. Each class r...

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The Writer's Garret

BookMarks! Tell Your Story: Anne Frank (In-person Workshop)

Anne was a young student much like you, with dreams and fears, spending her time going to school, playing, and making friends. She began writing her thoughts in her diary at age twelve., and continued writing after she and her family went into hiding. Hear Anne's story in picture book form and disc...

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MCP Shows - In school performing artists

Monarchs, Metamorphosis and More! Life cycles with “singing zoologist” Lucas Miller! Synchronous - Live via Zoom

Students will observe monarch butterfly migrations and how such things as the abundance of milkweed (their major food source) affects their ability to migrate and reproduce. The tadpole metamorphosis will be demonstrated and explained through the use of puppetry. Bluebonnet pollination and the imp...

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The Writer's Garret

Storytelling and Illustration with Octopus Stew

Stories are everywhere! Sharing stories about the everyday things that happen to us gives us a sense of culture, history, and personal identity. They also allow us to have an enjoyable shared experience with others. We can use illustrations to make our stories more understandable or to add addition...

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Dallas Arboretum

Texas Native Plant Lab - During School Day

From plains to the coast, and mountains and basins, Texas is home to a great diversity of flora. This program focuses on plants which are specially adapted to survive in diverse ecosystems. Through hands-on investigations utilizing digital equipment, students refine their scientific observation skil...

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Dallas Symphony Orchestra

Symphony YES! String Trio 23-24 (on-campus)

Three members from the Dallas Symphony Orchestra provide students with an interactive introduction to the versatile string instruments. A wide range of repertoire in contrasting styles is performed as individual instruments are discussed and demonstrated. Students are encouraged to ask questions and...

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The Writer's Garret

BookMarks! Self-management: How can we help Ralph tell a story? (In-person Workshop)

Self-management is our ability to manage our emotions, thoughts, and behaviors effectively. Using our self-management skills helps us be productive and reach our goals. It also helps us get along with others in our community. Students will learn about self-management tools and apply them to the fict...

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MCP Shows - In school performing artists

Weather Wonders - the water cycle, weather, clouds, and more. Asynchronous - pre-recorded

Weather Wonders is a FUN science program about the weather, the water cycle, the states of matter and clouds. Children will find it fascinating to watch the various magic tricks that demonstrate steam, evaporation, snow and ice. 5 types of precipitation will be taught as well as information regardi...

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