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Amelia/La La La Human Steps  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZHU5QLEjGAg

Amelia/La La La Human Steps https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZHU5QLEjGAg

Musical Masterpiece: TheWriteStuffTeaching This would be so cute! and a good way to work in some standards. ;)

Musical Masterpiece: TheWriteStuffTeaching This would be so cute! and a good way to work in some standards. ;)

10 Lessons the Arts Teach by Elliot Eisner, Arts Education Leader and Visionary - TinkerLab

Elliot Eisner: Arts Education Leader and Visionary

10 Lessons the Arts Teach by Elliot Eisner, Arts Education Leader and Visionary - TinkerLab

The Arts: study for 'Music' (1898)    In the final lithograph made from this drawing, the female figure is partially clothed.

The Arts: study for 'Music' (1898) In the final lithograph made from this drawing, the female figure is partially clothed.

The Art of Making, Alma Flamenca by Dimitris Ladopoulos. Pieces of wood, love, knowledge and 299 hours of work, condensed in a 3 minute film.

The Art of Making, Alma Flamenca by Dimitris Ladopoulos. Pieces of wood, love, knowledge and 299 hours of work, condensed in a 3 minute film.

The Art of the Vocal Warm-up - great ideas for warm-ups including stretching and vowel shapes and placement. He uses lots of kinaesthetic movements to help enforce concepts - love it!

The Art of the Vocal Warm-up - great ideas for warm-ups including stretching and vowel shapes and placement. He uses lots of kinaesthetic movements to help enforce concepts - love it!

This was pinned as just a picture but can be translated into an open-ended musical learning opportunity for preschoolers. Turn on music and allow children to explore the music through art. You could also compare children's artwork that was done while listening to different genres of music. I wonder if the art would be influenced differently with different music?!

This was pinned as just a picture but can be translated into an open-ended musical learning opportunity for preschoolers. Turn on music and allow children to explore the music through art. You could also compare children's artwork that was done while listening to different genres of music. I wonder if the art would be influenced differently with different music?!

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