Rocks: Change in the Natural World (K-2nd grade)
Using storytelling, music and movement, students will explore the natural world and the metamorphic process in this engaging interactive residency about rocks, led by professional storyteller and dancer Twyla Smith!
Identify properties of objects
Describe observations orally and/or with pictures
Classify/arrange groups of objects by a variety of properties
Observe, compare and sort earth materials
Ask/answer questions about objects/organisms/events in the environment
Discuss that organisms live only when needs are met
Examine the structure of living things
Appropriate for ages: Kindergarten, Grade 1, Grade 2
Twyla Smith tells all kinds of stories, specializing in Middle Eastern folktales and Cinderella stories from various cultures. She is also a Kansas Wolf Trap and Baby Artsplay artist.
Twyla is phenomenal and does a fantastic job for our students. We love her.
S. Hoffman, K-1st grade, Franklin Elementary, Wichita