2 , 3 , 4 , 5  
Dance  Math 
Grade Level Program  Integration 
5  60 min 
The general rule of them is 5060 minutes depending on grade level. Conversations with teachers will determine what length the students can handle. Because we are moving learning and sitting learning during various times in the lesson, most often students can handle 60 minutes.  
InSchool Short Term Residency  InSchool Performance intended for individual classes of a grade level to experience separately. 
December through May  InSchool, 
$10  0 
yes  Phone , InPerson , Email 
music, oversized protractor, handouts, video


Dry markers and whiteboard or equivalent for writing and drawing. Smart board with ability to show video.


Space large enough for moving in. This can be the classroom with the desks moved out of the way or an auditorium.


I CAN identify geometrical shapes
I CAN classify twodimensional figures I CAN draw a polygon I CAN make a triangle with my body CAN make a triangle with my classmates I CAN watch a dance performance with my classmates and understand the meaning behind it. I CAN use a protractor. I CAN identify symmetrical and nonsymmetrical shapes. I CAN create parallel lines with my arms and legs. I CAN turn a triangle on paper. I CAN turn a triangle on my body. 

The inschool lessons are based on grade level curriculum. For example, grade 2 focuses on recognizing and physically making shapes (triangles, squares, circles). Grade 3 will make quadrilaterals with their partners and categorize (squares, rectangles, etc.) Grade 4 will make and recognize more complex shapes. Depending on grade level, students will learn how to use a protector with varying degrees of complexity. Grade 5 will create large, group shapes such as quadrilaterals integrated with movement sequences going through a variety of shapes and angles.


Caregivers can attend performances and assist the teachers in maintaining audience etiquette.


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