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TAKE A CELL-FIE!
Learn basic biotechnology skills as you delve into the human cell and its organelles. Understand how they all contribute to the basic functions of life. Capture images of your very own cells.
The Circus King (Reading Language Arts)
“The Circus King” (Reading & Language Arts) A young boy is lost at sea and found by a baboon on a far away island. He is raised by a circus of misfits. The audience and cast of characters help the boy overcome ...
THE FIVE SENSES
What do our senses do? We will learn about each of our five senses and how they interact with each other through fun games and activities.
THE HUMAN BODY
Delve into the human body and discover the systems that keep it working. Students will discover the relationship between different body systems using hands-on activities and real human specimens
THE NEED FOR SEEDS
Students will investigate the stages of a plant’s life cycle, engage with real plant specimens to learn about different seed dispersal methods, and how the diversity of plants affects ecosystems. Students will ...
The Power of Positive Murals (Grades 5-12)
Let’s make a mural to enhance your school! As a class, students will develop a concept for a mural that integrates a positive quote and unique symbols. Once a design is selected, students will work collaboratively ...
The Science of Senses
Children will use the scientific method, real tools and their own observations to better understand how the senses work together. They will make hypotheses, test their predictions and come to conclusions as the ...
THE SECRET LIFE OF PLANTS
Investigate the basic structure of green plants and how they adapt to both biotic and abiotic factors, as well as influence the cycles through which energy and matter flow.
The Wand Of Dreams (Math Show)
“The Wand Of Dreams” (A Mathematical Fairy Tale) The land of “Happily Ever After” is in big trouble. The Wand Of Dreams has been stolen and everything is falling apart! Fairy Godmother or Godfather and the ...
The Wonder of It All (Science Through Musical Stories)
Zak Morgan’s science show is designed generate excitement about science and encourage children to think about how we all use science in our daily lives. Zak’s original science songs are interactive and full of ...
Become amateur meteorologists by using weather tools to collect data such as temperature, precipitation, and wind. Compare and analyze the data to determine seasonal weather patterns and communicate their ...
Tour- Special Exhibit: Fashion Reimagines
Fashion Reimagined: Themes & Variations 1770-NOW Mint Museum Uptown | December 10, 2022–July 2, 2023 In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Mint’s fashion collection by the Mint Museum Auxiliary, Fashion ...
WE ARE: CHILDREN WHO WORKED IN THE MILLS
WE ARE: CHILDREN WHO WORKED IN THE MILLS (From Farm to Factory) is a program designed to educate, enlighten, empower, activate curiosity and involve students in a hands-on theatre arts experience while ...
Using appropriate weather instruments, students will collect weather data to represent different weather conditions. They will then use those qualitative and quantitative measures to describe and predict weather ...
What's the Matter
Don’t let the phrase fool you – it’s all matters. Through a series of hands-on experiments, students will better conceptualize atomic movement in different phases and better understand how density affects ...
WHAT’S THE FORECAST?
Develop a sunny outlook by conducting weather experiments. Use data collection software to analyze wind speed and get an in-depth look at the water cycle.
Whats the Weather
Children will learn the ingredients needed to make weather and use real science tools to make weather predictions. They will also develop skills such as measuring, comparing, collecting data and recording ...
WHATS THE WEATHER?
Observe and describe weather conditions throughout the seasons. Engage in critical thinking to choose weather-appropriate clothing. Use real meteorological tools to explore how scientists utilize them to collect ...
WIND ENERGY ENGINEER
Students will harness the power of renewable energy by using critical thinking and problemsolving to design, build and test turbine blades to convert wind energy into electricity. Put the Engineering Design Process ...
Writing Across the Curriculum-Workshops & Residencies
Workshops and residencies are available for students and teachers, and can range from 1 hour to 5 days, depending on the needs of the school. STEAM Writing: From atoms to galaxies, scientists use metaphors to ...
YOU CAN BUILD IT
Students will explore balanced forces and use their problem-solving skills to construct, test and improve model structures such as high-rise towers, bridges, pyramids, and more.
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Amy St. Aubin
Blumenthal Performing Arts
Brien Engel -- Glass Harp Music
Charles Pettee - Hear the Sound
Charlotte Cirque & Dance Center / Caroline Calouche & Co.
Children's Theatre of Charlotte
Dawn Anthony (DNAMuzic)
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Discovery Place Museums
Doug Berky Theatre
Erin Badger-Coffey, The Dancing Badger
Hobey Ford's Golden Rod Puppets
Levine Museum of the New South
Living Rhythms Hands-On African Drumming
Lona Bartlett - Storyteller, Puppeteer, Educator & Speaker
Martha Connerton / Kinetic Works
Over The Counter improv
Paul Taylor, Australian Culture
Piedmont Music Therapy, LLC
Planet Improv Educational Services, LLC & Planet Improv, Inc.
Sarah Council Dance Projects
Sheila Kerrigan, The Mime Who Talks!
Susana and Timmy Abell
The Southeast Center for Arts Integration
The World in Our Backyard
Social Studies / History