“What Do You See In The Sea" uses multimodal learning and multisensory integration to help support all learners. Here is a sample script you can use in your lesson planning and classrooms.Read More
Here are the top 15 water-themed activities for early childhood education classrooms! We love this list of engaging ways to explore water, water habitats and water animals through music, yoga and mindfulness - perfect for your Water Unit.Read More
Spring is here...finally! We have braved the long winter. Now the snow melts, the air warms and the ground softens as it prepares for new life. This is the perfect time of year to focus on plants: they are our earthly partners in breathing and the stability of our ecosystem.
“Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better."
- Albert Einstein
This month, in classrooms across NYC, children will be learning about plants. Read on for some ideas about how to explore Photosynthesis using music, yoga and imagination as we continue our series on the integration of science, music, movement and mindfulness.Read More
Often we view curriculum as either/or...either arts-focused or science-focused, music vs technology, hard vs soft skills. The reality is much less binary.
Many of the skills we learn in music have applications in math. Creativity honed in arts education encourages scientific discovery and the ability to think outside the box. Complex concepts are better understood and retained if we can make them tangible through physical movement, or manipulate them in a play environment.Read More