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Junior Players

Discover Strike, Scrape & Shake Performance

Junior Players' Instructor, Mark Shelton, treats students to high energy performances on several members of the percussion family. Students get into the act with a little hambonin' body music as Mark discusses the history of percussion. Instruments include Cajon, Hammered Dulcimer, Cymbals, Electron...

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The Writer's Garret

History: The Write Way! (1st - 4th Grades)

"History: The Write Way!" can be either reading- or writing-intensive. Professional writers with expert understanding of historical contexts help students interpret historical periods in their own words and through stories, poems, and plays, as well as by drawing on crossover disciplines. Instructor...

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Cara Mía Theatre Company

Big Puppets Residency

Big puppets have been used in many cultures and for many different theater companies around the world. Oversized puppets, or Mojigangas, have been used in Mexican towns during religious and cultural festivities. Mojigangas usually represent humans or animals from the town and are beautiful and playf...

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Dawn's Early Light

Marionettes: String Variety! Pk-2 or 3-6

String Variety! is a fast-paced musical variety show featuring large-scale marionettes operated concert style, in full view of the audience. Different moods and feelings come to play thanks to the skillful combination of music and manipulation. String Variety! plays especially well for a wide age ...

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Perot Museum of Nature and Science

Super Small: Nanotechnology Family Science Night- On Campus

What is nano? Think small. Really, really small. Discover the amazing world of nanoscience and nanotechnology with this family-friendly science night. The program features nine stations with hands-on activities showing how some materials behave very differently at the nano level than they do at ...

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Dallas Children's Theater

BLUE (Weekends)

An all-new show that is perfect for short attention spans and the wee ones! This is a simple story of what happens one day when color comes into your life. Pale Blue and Inky Blue are happy in…well, their blueness. When a red sock enters the picture, Pale and Inky AND the audience are surprised by t...

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Perot Museum of Nature and Science

Texas Ecosystems- Field Trip

Don’t mess with Texas ecosystems! Our great state covers about 268,820 square miles, and within its boundaries are very different ecosystems. Your students will observe a range of bio-facts (skulls, pelts, tracks, fossils, etc.) from unique ecosystems within different ecoregions to discover how o...

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Audubon Texas-Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center at Cedar Hill

Aquatic Adventures Academic Program Trip- Grade 8

Audubon Aquatic Adventures programs are 4-hour long, expedition field trips led by Audubon staff, designed to strengthen critical thinking skills across multiple disciplines and incorporate hands-on, inquiry-based learning strategies linked with state-mandated Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills ob...

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Perot Museum of Nature and Science

Adapt to Survive- On Campus

Ever wonder how snakes swallow their prey whole or how beavers cut down trees? In this instructor-led, dialogue based program, students observe taxidermy specimens, skulls, pelts and other natural items to uncover the ways in which animals are both physically and behaviorally adapted to survive, a...

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