(PRWEB) April 17, 2014
Songs to Educate, a versatile arts integration resource for educators, presents its new “Song of the Week” Series. The first piece to be highlighted is called "Champions Of Your Song", which is a love song to Mother Earth. It introduces students to the idea of being a champion for something important; to be a voice for that which cannot speak for itself. In joyful evocation, this song encourages the listener to be a defender and champion for the Earth.
The imagery in the verses naturally evoke movement theater. Children love enacting songs and creating choreography that tells a story they can relate to. When children create the movements to a song, it helps to make it their own.
Talking Hands Talking Feet songs serve as a springboard for exploration into a wide array of subjects. SongsToEducate.com is designed to help teachers locate and use songs which correlate with their curricular requirements.
Each "song of the week" release will explore a subject through song, accompanied by stories, movement theater primers and research ideas.
Talking Hands Talking Feet founders Paul and Melanie Zeir do 12-week performing arts programs in public and private schools. These original curriculum based programs are funded by the National Endowment For The Arts and constitute the 'laboratory' for a new movement and method of education. The fruits of this process have become a full library constituting the online resource for educators world wide: SongsToEducate.com.
About Song To Educate:
The founders Paul and Melanie Zeir have been working directly with thousands of children since 1997 to inspire and educate through music and movement. Interactive songs with dances and lesson plans are now available online at http://www.SongsToEducate.com.
Songs To Educate provides a full supplemental library of curriculum based songs with movement accompaniment for children ages 2-12.
Songs To Educate is about loving learning and satisfying the curriculum requirements.
Services include curriculum-based performing arts programs, conference presentations, professional development, and tech support for public, independent and homeschooling environments.
Any teacher can integrate music and movement into the classroom…Songs To Educate is here to help!