Ocean: Lulie the Iceberg
Travel with Lulie the Iceberg as he makes his way from the North Pole, and learn about the currents and creatures that he will encounter. After many exciting experiences, Lulie finds what he has been searching for, Penguins! Mimic the sounds of the animals using a variety of rhythm instruments. Dance as the frozen world awakes and join the penguins to welcome Lulie to the Antarctic. Experiment with visual arts using a variety of water-inspired materials.
A1.1 Use movements that are part of their daily experience in a variety of ways in dance phrases
A1.2 Use dance as a language to express feelings and ideas suggested by songs, stories, and poems, with a focus on the element of body, particularly body shapes
A1.3 Create dance phrases using a variety of ways to connect movements
A1.4 Use varied and/or contrasting body shapes to communicate different types of messages
People and their Environments: Global Communities
Strand A. Heritage and Identity: Our Changing Roles and Responsibilities
A1. Describe some of the ways in which people’s roles, relationships, and responsibilities relate to who they are and what their situation is, and how and why changes in circumstances might affect people’s roles, relationships, and responsibilities as well as their sense of self
A3. Demonstrate an understanding that they and other people have different roles, relationships, and responsibilities, and that all people should be treated with respect, regardless of their roles, relationships, and responsibilities
Children demonstrate an understanding of the importance of sustainability with people’s relationship with their environment and the consequences of sustainable and non-sustainable actions.