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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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Dallas Arboretum

Disappearing Act (On Campus) - 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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MCP Shows - In school performing artists

Reading and Rhyming with Mother Goose PRE-RECORDED PROGRAM

This popular character encourages children to read Mother Goose books, learn to act out rhymes dramatically by playing "the Mother Goose game" and enjoy making up, reading, and listening to poetry. Children are taught multiple rhymes and encouraged to act out the rhymes on their own. Children will ...

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MCP Shows - In school performing artists

Jungle Fun with Safari Cinde - Let's READ! - synchronous - LIVE via ZOOM

Jungle Fun is a 45 - 50 minute presentation by Safari Cinde encouraging the adventures of Reading using wild animal puppets through storytelling, magic, music and audience participation. The love of reading can take children on adventures through imagination and creativity. The show is introduced wi...

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MCP Shows - In school performing artists

Spring Is in the Air with Mother Nature On Campus Assembly

Mother Nature tells stories involving nature. Her first story, “A Tree For Me,” is a favorite rhyming story found in most libraries with Mother Nature’s own special “twist”. Children will be able to use call and respond to this tale. Students delight over Mother Nature’s puppets such as Audrey the...

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Dallas Arboretum

Garden Design Challenge

What environmental factors and landscape design choices must our horticulture staff consider when designing our seasonal plantings? In this new offering, students work with actual Arboretum plant lists and design notes to create a landscape in the garden, with specific focus on elements of design an...

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USA Film Festival / Kid Film

KIDFILM 2024: VIRTUAL MOVIE FIELD TRIPS (Grade 4-5)

KidFilm is a TEKs based visual arts program that brings classroom books to life on the big screen. A majority of films are book-based works (that can be found in your school library) designed to help reinforce literacy skills and includes a variety of classroom topics such as the arts, math, social...

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Chefsville Kids

Chefsville-Kids: Space Chefs (Classroom Program) On Campus 2024

Classroom programs allow students to focus on teacher-selected areas of interests, topics, TEKS, and connections, and provide a personalized approach that gives students much more direct interaction with the chef instructors than our assembly programs. Students will embark on a journey of knowled...

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The Writer's Garret

BookMarks! The Journey to Responsible Decision-making (In-person Workshop)

Responsible decision-making is our ability to make positive choices that are honorable, kind, safe, and realistic. When we make a decision responsibly, we consider how what we do will affect ourselves and others. We also consider and evaluate different paths to accomplish our goals. Responsible deci...

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