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Japan-America Society of Dallas/Fort Worth

Japan-in-a-Suitcase/School Life in Japan - On Campus Program

Japan‑in‑a‑Suitcase is a traveling educational program that introduces American children to Japanese people, cultural traditions, and contemporary life. A native Japanese visits your classroom with a suitcase of Japanese objects and shares them with your students, engaging them in discussion and act...

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Dana Proulx-Willis; Storytelling, Mime, Playwriting - Big Thought Artist

Fairy Tale Adventure: "The Junk Eating Dragon"

"The Junk Eating Dragon" (Story Drama good for K-4th grades) Students will enjoy the story of Bangalee as he and his sisters and brothers protect their castle from Grunk, the dragon, by cleaning themselves and their home from top to bottom. Students will work together to form the huge body of Grunk ...

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Dallas Arboretum

Seedsational (On Campus)- During School Day (Spring Only)

Students begin by classifying living and non-living things, and then explore the fascinating world of plants they see throughout the garden by investigating their basic needs, parts, and functions. Students discuss plant life cycles and even plant their own seeds to take back to school for observati...

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Dallas Heritage Village

Discover the Cultures of North Texas: Grades 3-4

Who lived in North Texas at the turn of the century? How were they alike? How were they different? What can we learn from other cultures and groups in the past?...

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Dallas Arboretum

H2 Oh! (On Campus) - During School Day

Water has some amazing properties! In this lab students will take a closer look at the physical properties of water and then work in teams to create a usable water wheel, showing how this natural resource can serve as renewable source of energy....

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Dallas Arboretum

Niños y la Naturaleza: ¿Está vivo? (Field Trip) - During School Day

This Spanish-language outreach lesson is specifically designed to support your Spanish-speaking early childhood students. How do you know whether something is living or non-living? In this lesson, students use hands-on exploration to discover the characteristics of all living things, determine t...

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Dallas Heritage Village

Discover the Cultures of North Texas: Grades 1-2

Who lived in North Texas at the turn of the century? How were they alike? How were they different? What can we learn from other cultures and groups in the past?...

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Chefsville Kids

Chefsville-Kids: Science Chefs in Motion (Assembly Program) On Campus

Students discover the exciting and incredible world of cooking, health, and nutrition through the passions of a real Chef as they see how to apply Science. Focus will be on motion for this workshop. Students will work with different kitchen equipment to see different kinds of motion. Eggs are th...

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Dallas Heritage Village

How Does Your Garden Grow?: Grades 5-6

Learn all about how plants and animals helped Texas pioneers prosper and survive. What is it like to grow your own food and trade with neighbors? Why would people grow gardens when they have stores to shop at? How does food connect to culture in Texas and around the United States?...

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