The Renaissance Man
Award-winning Japanese storyteller Motoko strives to (1) Advance your students’ literacy skills through storytelling and creative writing; (2) Enhance your students’ understanding of Asian history and cultures; and (3) Expand your students’ knowledge of geometry through the art of origami.
Nonverbal communication: Mime,dance, music character,theater.Themes include reading and perseverance for success and overcoming obstacles in life.
Art as a window into culture, to introduce basic values and symbols of the Iroquois.
Character education, “How do you want to be remembered?”, decisions and outcomes, bullying, power of the mind, “Shake the Dirt”
Character Education/Bully Prevention/Drug and Alcohol Prevention/Driver Safety
Subject matter is age-appropriate for each level
STEM science, specifically Engineering Practice; Cause and Effect; Forces & Motion
Honesty, responsibility, trust
Sheri Amsel – Animals and Habitats of the World: Learn about them, draw them, see how books about them are made.
Animals and Habitats of the World – Learn about them, draw them, see how books about them are made.
Combining art, cartography, and US history as a geography assembly targeted for 5th graders.
Science and creativity make the impossible possible! (And funny)