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Fairy Tale Variations. Students create the book for a mini-musical based on The Frog ... This lesson introduces students to the art of stage fighting. ...
Fairy Tale Variations. Students create the book for a mini-musical based on The Frog ... This lesson introduces students to the art of stage fighting. ...
ARTSEDGE: Fairy Tale Variations
Discuss the story and identify characters. List the characters on the board. .... Only the wants of the fairy tale or fractured fairy tale characters are ...
ARTSEDGE: Fairy Tale Variations
Jon Scieszka also wrote another version of The Frog Prince in his collection of short fracture fairy tales called The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly ...
ARTSEDGE: Fiction, Creating Characters
Describe a person or character whose physical appearance impressed you. The person may have been stunning, extraordinarily plain, physically challenged, ...
ARTSEDGE: All Around the Baseball Field
Baseball Art: Create a picture or a painting of a baseball field. (Students who choose this option will work individually.) Baseball Sounds: Create an ...
ARTSEDGE: There's a Song in Everyone: Tips on Composing a Simple ...
... using the Mexican song style or form called the corrido. ... Any instrument that is properly tuned and is easy for a student to play may be used. ...
Founded in 1991, ARTSEDGE supports the creative use of technology to enhance teaching and learning in, through and about the arts. Through its Web site, ...
ARTSEDGE: Drawing from Observation
After discussing feet as the first means of transportation, students create images of shoes, with attention to various design elements.
ARTSEDGE: Lift Every Voice and Sing
You might also display original sheet music for "Lift Every Voice and Sing". Explain to students that words of a song are called lyrics. ...
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