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Fine Arts Chamber Players

Music A to Z

Performed on the violin and bass, professional musicians use music and movement as a vehicle to reinforce literacy skills while introducing children to the elements of music. Pre-school aged children experience each letter of the alphabet through song, instrument demonstration and organized movement...

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Generation To Generation Ministries, Inc.

Real Social Skills Grades 3-5 - (2019 - 2020)

Using songs, poems, role play, modeling, stories, drawing, creativity and other interactive activities, students will be taught two social skills selected by the teacher from the list of Anger Management, Respect, Anti-Bullying, or Self-Esteem. Students will learn how to identify the social skill be...

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Dawn's Early Light /The Malone Connection

Science Matters * WOW! STEM Assembly

WOW, Science is Awesome! By the end of this STEM assembly you will be saying just that. Explore the scientific method while exercising scientific reasoning skills! That is the official way of saying we are making Giant Smoke Rings, creating a Mushroom Man, and meeting the Genie in the Bottle, to n...

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Dallas Arboretum

Disappearing Act Classroom Lab (Field Trip) - During School Day

What happens when an organism in an ecosystem disappears? Students will work in teams to create a model of a Post Oak Savannah habitat and then play a game to explore how the local extinction of wolves in this area affects all components of the ecosystem. Students will examine the adaptations of wol...

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Perot Museum of Nature and Science

Robotics 101- On Campus

What is the difference between a human and a robot? How is robotics used in STEM careers? In this program, students will explore these questions, experiment with electrical circuits, learn how to use binary code, and interact with simple robots...

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The Writer's Garret

BookMarks! Tell Your Story: Anne Frank

Anne was a girl much like you, with dreams and fears, spending her time going to school, playing and making friends. At 12 years old, she began writing her thoughts in her diary, and from 13-15 she continued writing in hiding. Hear Anne's story in picture book form and discuss how her diary is one ...

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Audubon Texas - Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center at Cedar Hill

Eco Investigations Academic Program (with Reptile Encounter)- 7th Grade

Expedition field trips led by Audubon educational staff/ volunteers and Texas Master Naturalist educators, designed to strengthen critical thinking skills across multiple disciplines and incorporate hands-on, inquiry-based learning strategies linked with state-mandated Texas Essential Knowledge and ...

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Audubon Texas - Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center at Cedar Hill

Audubon Aquatic Adventures Academic Program Kayaking Trip- Grades 5-12

Get out on the water and explore! Our 4-hour guided kayak expedition field trips are for students in grades 5-12 and are led by Audubon staff and volunteers on Joe Pool Lake at Cedar Hill State Park. This paddling voyage will open up your students’ eyes to the importance of environmental stewardsh...

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Audubon Texas - Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center at Cedar Hill

Live Animal Program: Other Animals (Reptile, Amphibian, Snail)

Don't miss out on this live animal opportunity with one of our educational ambassadors! Each program will include at least 3 different animal species. Choose from a snake, turtle, salamander or even snails!...

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