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Kimberly Fletcher Studio Movement Ribbon Dance Age Level K5 Curriculum Area Space around Us and science Objectives 1. Students will understand what the space around us is. 2. Students will be able to understand a small idea of gravity. 3. Students will learn to respect people around them, in that they share the space. Adaptations For Special Needs If I have children with special needs, I will give them one on one help. For those with hearing problems, I will supply a mike or hearing device in the room. For those with limited vision, I will provide large print. If I have one in a wheel chair, we will make sure they can move around the classroom. Adaptation for different age levels For the younger kids, I would do the same activity. We may leave out gravity. For the older ones, we would do more experimenting with gravity and the ribbon. Materials Ribbon on a stick for every child
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Unformatted text preview: Directions 1. Talk to the kids about the space around them. Explain what it is and how gravity keeps us on the ground. 2. Allow each child to play with the ribbon. Let them dance around and watch how the ribbon moves in its space. 3. Make sure the kids respect the space of others. Source http://www.songsforteaching.com/charlottediamond/prize.htm Extensions 1. Make a organized dance with the ribbons. The parents would love to see their children and their skills. 2. Have the kids explain to you and the class what they do every day that gravity effects. Let them explain why the ribbon falls to the ground when no one is playing with it. Kimberly Fletcher Studio Movement Ribbon Dance 3. Have the kids come up with a song with their ribbon routine about gravity. Kimberly Fletcher Studio Movement Ribbon Dance...
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