OUR KANSAS HERITAGE

This program will explore the lives of early settlers, their dwellings and living on the frontier.  We will travel the trails and listen to the folksongs as we learn about the variety of people who settled our land. Students will discuss the lyrics in the songs and create a visual that tells a story.

Optional Day 2: Create a short story about one of the characters in the song and include a visual that identifies their livelihood.

SECD:  Social Awareness, Responsible Decision Making, Self-Awareness, Self-Management

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Program Details

Appropriate for ages: Kindergarten, Grade 1, Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5

Max Audience: One class
Costs: 1 session workshop $85, 2 sessions $170. Virtual programs require a tech/planning meeting for $39.
Availability
Format:
Workshop

Artist

Kay Alston

Kay Alston is an experienced music educator, teacher, director and performer. She has had a variety of musical experiences in the K-12 schools, church, community and Junior Colleges. She loves to sing, prepare music programs, interact with students and other interested musicians and teachers. Kay’s programs will engage your students and connect them to a variety of curriculum areas.

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This Organization received funding for general operational support from the City of Wichita The Kansas Creative Arts Industries Commission and the National Endowment for the Arts.