Based on a true story. On a warm June day, children wander away from their home into the deep woods and become totally lost. Luckily they meet First Nations people who teach them the skills needed to live alone. But will they ever find their way back home? Sing and play the songs, and learn the Friendship Dance. In the visual arts studio the students make quilt blocks.
Please note: This Field Trip experience is under revision and not currently being offered.
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A1.1 Imitate movements found in their natural environment in a variety of ways and incorporate them into a dance phrase
A1.2 Use dance as a language to represent ideas from diverse literature sources, with a focus on time and energy
A1.3 Create dance phrases using a variety of pattern forms
A1.4 Demonstrate how dance elements can be used to create and expand the movement vocabulary within different sections of a larger pattern
Strand A. Heritage and Identity:
Communities in Canada, 1780-1850
A1. Compare ways of life among some specific groups in Canada around the beginning of the nineteenth century, and describe some of the changes between that era and the present day
A3. Identify some of the communities in Canada around the beginning of the nineteenth century, and describe their relationships to the land and to each other