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Incorporating Square Dancing Into Your PE Class

Square Dancing has been taught in elementary schools around the country for generations.  It’s easy to teach and has many benefits for everyone from children to adults.

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Enhance Play-Based Learning with Music and Movement

Are you ready for the new school year and your new students? Check out our latest blog for great music and movement activities to help “break the ice,” while also enhancing your curriculum.

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Physical Activity Important in Your Classroom

May is National Physical Fitness and Sports month, so this month’s blog focuses on physical fitness in the classroom.  Everyone knows that being physically active is good for you. There are obvious benefits to being active.  For instance, it helps

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MUSIC AND MOVEMENT – GATEWAY TO SUCCESS!

What are some of the benefits of music and movement?  Take under 7 minutes to see Rae Pica describe some of the skills, concepts and growth children achieve through music and movement!*  [VIDEO]

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Teaching Tolerance in the Classroom

SEL - Martin Luther King

Tolerance is a concept that becomes more complicated as we get older, as politics and external daily biases begin to play roles in our lives. Learn more about teaching tolerance in your classroom.

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