These one-hour, live performances combine visual, audio and kinesthetic learning modes to create educational theatre experiences. (Shhh. Don't tell the kids, but the arts teach across the curricula and meet all the standards and benchmarks.) Students simply enjoy entertaining performances presented at Popejoy Hall.
October James & The Giant Peach Mayhem Poets
November The Complete History of America, (abridged) The Very Hungry Caterpillar & Other Eric Carle Favorites Mad Science(R) Presents CSI Live
December The Nutcracker Ballet Mariachi Christmas
January The New Shanghai Circus
February Junie B. Jones Butterfly: The Story of a Life Cycle
March A Comedy of Errors The Rainbow Fish
April Luma The Phantom Tollbooth !Viva New Mexico!
Literacy. Communication. Creativity. Imagination.
Once Popejoy receives your payment, we will mail you a Study Guide, a resource specific to each performance. The Study Guide includes: - synopsis - information on the genre - educational content, references - suggested classroom activities - content standards and benchmarks for attending the performance and any other activities.
I am really interested in getting signed up for this series, however when I go into their web page the only thing that comes up it for the 2007-2008 year and those are almost all sold out. How did you find out about the 2008-09 school year?
Robin, I believe sign ups usually start in August for the upcoming school year, so you might just want to keep checking back on their web site. Someone on the forum usually alerts people when the sign-ups start, because they are so popular with all of us homeschoolers.