Join me in making some doodles! Take a picture of what you draw and post it in the comments. I’d love to see what kind of retro-style animals you come up with.
Invite a friend and join Ms. Y. and her big band for a SWING dance party! In our music history lessons, we go waaaay back to the 1940s when music was live and swinging. Explore Benny Goodman, Count Basie, and Duke Ellington as friends spin, stomp, and swing to new music.Read More
We love dancing! There’s no better way to see some amazing moves, crazy costumes, and hear some funky music than watching Soul Train. We had our own dance party with this activity in which we made a dance floor of our own.
This activity can be done with colored pencils, crayons, or thin markers, plus a pipe cleaner.Read More
My kindergarteners already know the song I Love Rock n Roll by Joan Jett, but this week, they learned the story behind who sings it. They learned that not everyone thought girls could play rock n roll music, but a certain fierce female showed them! Joan Jett can definitely play rock n roll!Read More