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Library & Education Resources During School Closings: All Ages
Suggested resources for parents, educators, and the general public who need good educational (and entertainment) opportunities during school closings.
List of websites for music teachers to use in the classroom. List includes Performer-Based websites, Symphony-Based websites, and Music Gae/Theory/History/Listening websites. Concludes with a list of teacher resources and other resources. Useful for K-12.
Offers "how-to" instructions for virtually every hobby enthusiast with full text for more than 1,500 leading hobby books and craft magazines that cover Arts & Crafts, Collecting, Home & Garden, Indoor Recreation, Kids' Crafts, Model Building, Needlecrafts & Textiles, and more.
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Whether you’re on summer vacation or winter break we’re always looking for fun things to do with our kids! Maybe you’re a teacher or an after school provider looking for unique and creative DIY ideas for kids.
Physical & Paper Craft Activities + Read Aloud. Paper Craft: Imagine yourself in Paris in 1799 watching Marguerite, the young Madame Saqui, dance on a high-wire! With this paper craft and a length of rope, readers can make Marguerite dance across rope and sky. Physical Activity: Inspired by the famous Madame Saqui, revolutionary rope dancer and wirewalker, readers can pretend that they, too, are walking across a high-wire (while standing firmly on the ground). Partial read aloud by the author (with a wirewalking demo)!
During this time of Covid-19. I want to make sure my fellow teachers have all of what they need to teach their classes. So Until May 15th I will be letting Teachers & Students use The Virtual Theatre for no charge. I would ask to leave a comment and share your images for use on the site. And if your feeling generous you can donate at check out to help me keep developing this amazing tool for the Theatre Arts classroom. God Bless you and stay safe.