Sheila Kerrigan, The Mime Who Talks!
Sheila Kerrigan performs her show, The Scientific Mime, or, What’s Up With Gravity? for children in grades 3-5. Science and Mime?! Once you’ve seen a mime struggling against invisible forces like gravity, pulls, and inertia, they become as real as concrete. After you’ve repeated sound and motion
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Videos: Excerpts from The Scientific Mime, or, What's Up With Gravity?
Start your Physics lessons with these fun, interactive videos. “The Scientific Mime” uses her movement expertise to illustrate concepts in Physical Science Standards: Forces and Motion, for 3rd-5th graders. She invites students to participate by reading aloud with her and performing sound-and-movement gestures for key vocabulary. She employs the tools of a mime–invisible walls (Push), ropes...
When you are introducing Forces and Motion concepts
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NCES 2-5 Science, Physical Science, Forces and Motion: 3.P.1, 4.P.1, 5.P.1
Theatre Arts: Grades 3-5: C.1, C.2
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