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Composing Like Beethoven
Students will review music vocabulary, name notes using flashcards, and create and present a 4/4 composition using rhythm sticks and other available instruments.
The Revised Fine Arts TEKS: An Opportunity for Program Improvement
By the end of this module, you should have an understanding of the benefits and requirements of fine arts education for students, including administrative, scheduling, professional development, curriculum and assessment, and program evaluation considerations.
ELPS Instructional Tool
The ELPS Instructional Tool outlines how to plan focused, targeted, and systematic instruction to meet the linguistic needs of ELLs identified at the beginning and intermediate proficiency levels in grade 3 or higher.
ELPS Linguistic Instructional Alignment Guide (LIAG)
The ELPS Linguistic Instructional Alignment Guide (LIAG) is designed to help teachers gather information needed to ensure that classroom instruction meets the individual academic and linguistic needs of English language learners (ELLs).
In these segments, artist Mark Ecko discusses what motivates him to create his art, and what "creativity" means to him. This resource teaches students what "motivation" and "creativity" mean, and empowers students to create their own art.
Nature Cat | The Treasure of Bad Dog Bart
While digging a hole to bury his bone, Hal uncovers Bad Dog Bart's treasure map. Legend has it that Bag Dog Bart stole the neighborhood dogs' toys, and buried them in a treasure chest for himself!
Activity: I Wonder | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood
This activity from The Fred Rogers' Company helps develop curiosity and confidence in asking questions. Children will finish the sentence "I wonder . . . " in order to create a dialogue about how the world works.
Queen Sara Explains Voting | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood
Queen Sara and King Friday want to put a new piece of playground equipment in the playground, but they can only choose one—a swing or a slide.
Activity: Winning and Losing | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood
This activity from The Fred Rogers' Company helps young children learn from the outcomes of their choices and practice making decisions.
When We Do Something New (at the Doctor): Strategy Song and Activity | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood
Knowing what to expect and playing about it can help children better manage their concerns about doctors' visits. When children play being the doctor, they're the ones in charge.
Storytime | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood
Mom reads Daniel a bedtime story about Super Stanley. Teach kids that their body needs rest in order to grow.
We're the Tiger Family Band | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood
Help kids exercise their imaginations and explore music with Daniel Tiger. Daniel imagines that his whole family is in a band together—even baby Margaret.
Bobsledder Daniel | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood
Help kids exercise their imaginations with Daniel Tiger. After sledding down a big hill with Prince Wednesday, Daniel imagines that he is on a super fast bobsled track.
Big Brother Daniel | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood
Help kids learn about being calm, caring siblings with Daniel Tiger. Daniel is a big helper when baby Margaret is crying and gives her exactly when she needs—a story!
Rhyme Time | Sesame Street
Learn all about rhyming with Grover in this fun train game! Conductor Grover leads the way as you drive the train and pick which words rhyme. Don't forget to blow the whistle! Choo choo!
¡El Pollo! | StoryBlocks
La investigación muestra los bebés pueden reconocer que las palabras mucho antes de que puedan hablar.
Los Elefantes | StoryBlocks
Samantha Harris: Reporter | Sesame Street
Teach language, vocabulary, and listening comprehension with Celebrity Vocab clips!
H Is For Home | Sesame Street
Take a trip through this home and discover the different words that begin with the letter "H," like "home" and "hose." This video focuses on letter recognition and vocabulary.
Word on the Street: Observe with Murray | Sesame Street
What's the word on street? Murray introduces the vocabulary word "observe."