Simple Machines

Gears, pulleys and levers. You and your students will enjoy this kinesthetic experience to learn how simple machines work. Trained by Harlan Brownlee, professional teaching artist Pamela Lamont will lead this unforgettable program! Space is required for movement.

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Program Details

Program Category
Dance / Movement | Program | Science | STEM

Keywords
Science

Appropriate for ages: Grade 3, Grade 4

Max Audience: one class (maximum of 25 students)
Costs: $209 (planning meeting and two 45-minute workshops with the same group of students)
Availability
Monday-Friday
Format:
Workshop

Artist

Pamela Lamont

With a background and training in dance, theater and visual art, Pamela Lamont is a genuine Renaissance woman. A talented fiber artist and painter, Lamont’s award-winning work has been exhibited regionally, as well as in Wichita galleries.

She also performs in the duo “Once Upon a Puppet,” and is a Kansas Wolf Trap artist.

 

Pam was absolutely fantastic. She had a great rapport with the students and their classroom teachers.

A. Call, Librarian, Kensler Elementary, Wichita

The students and I really looked forward to having Pam come each day. I feel it is so important to use the arts to reach students besides using paper and pencil activities. It involves their whole body!

J. Benest, 2nd grade, Bostic Traditional Magnet, Wichita

My students had a lot of fun with the Geometric Name Design program. It was a good way to review concepts.

A. Sueper, 8th grade, St. Joseph Catholic School, Wichita

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