The Center for Puppetry Arts, out of Atlanta, Georgia, offers unique classroom programming and performances through the use of puppetry in the areas of science, social studies, language arts and other disciples. Students in grades K-8 experience interactive learning on various topics as listed below. Programs complement national curriculum standards in language arts, social studies, science, math and other areas.
The Little Red Hen & Grain of Wheat [performance]
Movin’ & Groovin’ Little Noodle Health...
Each quarter Polycom sponsors a series of Ask Author Interviews through the use of interactive videoconferencing technologies. Spring 2014 program offerings include:
Adventures of Arnie the Donut (grades 2-4)
Weather Science (grades 3-5th)
Tillie the Terrible Swede (grades 3-5)
Wireman Comics (grade 5-12 ESL Reluctant Readers)
Four Secrets (grades 6-9)
FIN Research with Mote Marine (grades 6-8)
Writing Rules (grades 3-4) & (grades 5-7)
Registration is first come first served. If interested don’t wait contact Kari Sauer at...
RAND February 18-19, 2014
Classrooms are invited to participate in the Ninth Annual Read Across North Dakota (RAND) reading and literacy statewide event. Registration closes January 29th! RAND is open to K-12 classrooms who have access to H.323 (IP) videoconferencing technology.
Now in its ninth year, RAND is modeled after the international Read Around the Planet (RAP) event but includes only K-12 classes in North Dakota. If your students have never participated in RAND it’s an awesome way to celebrate reading and literacy with another...