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Classroom Resources

Although we are not able to physically welcome your classrooms through our doors this season, arts education continues virtually! The Boldt Company Beyond the Stage Education Program provides online resources to support your lesson planning. For additional lesson ideas and community resources educators are encouraged to check out our monthly virtual teacher’s lounge gatherings. Click here to learn more about the virtual teacher's lounge and register for the next session.

Thank you for all you do, we would love to spread some heART with our community! Please share photos and stories of your classroom being creative and enjoying the arts during this time and we will share it. We all could use some positive stories right now. Share on social media using #foxcitiespac or send to education@foxcitiespac.com.

 

At Home / Online Learning Resources

 

​JANUARY - Mindset


Suggested for all students:

Strategies From the Dramatic Arts Can Enhance Student Engagement

How dramatic arts such as readers theater can be effective in encouraging interaction and collaboration, even in the online classroom.


Suggested for elementary students:

How to Build Classroom Community and Teach Mindfulness

Suggestions on how to use the book "ishi" by Akiko Yabuki to encourage growth mindset and build classroom community.


Suggested for middle and high school students:

6 Exercises to Get to Know Your Students Better - and Increase Their Engagement

Strategies such as "laws of life" essay to define goals, celebrate unique experiences and increase connections.

 

Resource Archives

DECEMBER – Kindness


Suggested for all students:

Random Acts of Kindness Foundation

Their mission is to make kindness the norm in our schools and communities


Suggested for elementary students:

Mo Willems' Thank-O-Rama

Join author and illustrator Mo Willems for a special “thank-o-rama” video series

Red Grammer

Award winning children and family entertainer Red Grammer reminds us that being helpful, saying thank you, smiling, sharing all add up to kindness

Todd Parr

Author of more than 50 books including “The Kindness Book,” Todd Parr shares story time videos, coloring pages, activity guides, thank you coupons and more 


Suggested for middle and high school students:

Mean Girls Study Guide

Ditch the mean. It's free to be kind!

A Christmas Carol

Classroom activities for “A Christmas Carol” presented by The Milwaukee Rep
 


Study Guides

We the People
 

Social Story

Social stories are short descriptions of a particular situation, event or activity, which include specific information about what to expect in that situation and why. Download our social story here.
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