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Providing a Healthy Environment for Development: Birth-Twelve Months

Excerpt: Let babyʼs arms and legs be free to move. Put baby on the tummy on the floor for exercise and play as soon as possible. Provide a smooth surface that baby can move across when she is ready (wood, linoleum, a piece of cardboard from a very large box). Kitchen floors are…

Baby’s First Year

Excerpt: The first year of life is a year of discovery and incredible growth. By the time your baby is reaching toddlerhood, the experiences of the past year will have produced amazing changes in you and your baby. Current brain research shows that a combination of “nature and nurture”or genes and environment affect the social, emotional, physical, and cognitive development of babies…

Movement Is the Key

Excerpt: I first became aware of this as a third grade student in elementary school. My kinesthetic intelligence flourished in a classroom where movement was central to my teacher’s curriculum. I remember a sort of paradise there; everyone liked school that year, we all got along and the knowledge imparted is still in my memory bank forty years later…

What are the benefits of creative dance?

Excerpt: Physical, Social, Emotional and Intellectual Benefits of Brain-Compatible Dance Education. Through quality creative dance instruction students:

• Develop strong and healthy bodies and brains through movement and exercise. Learn to cooperate with others. Increase self-esteem…

Choosing to Continue

Excerpt: Among the many questions that parents ask about Creative Dance, one that arises periodically is “should Creative Dance just be taken for one session as a fun activity, or would my child benefit by continuing classes? Are there new things to be learned each session, or are the same activities repeated each time?”

Top 10 Reasons Brain-Compatible Teaching is so successful

Excerpt: During visiting week at the Creative Dance Center parents see their child dancing, laughing, listening, sharing, problem-solving, developing movement skills and technique, building physical coordination, developing social skills, creating, reflecting, and responding. Wow! That’s a lot of powerful learning going on in a dance class. There is a powerful reason why and it’s called Brain-Compatible teaching…

The Male Myth

Excerpt: Looking though the current registrations I am surprised by the small number of boys registered at the Creative Dance Center. You probably are surprised that I am surprised because everyone in America knows that boys don’t dance! However, CDC has always had a high proportion of boys in classes because, in fact, boys LOVE dance – especially the way we teach it at CDC. I was so hopeful that in the new millennium we would witness a change of attitude about men and dance – after all we are a much more global society and men in other cultures do dance!

Teaching the 3 R’s Through Dance

Excerpt: Dr. Marion Diamond’s work demonstrates that the structure and abilities of the brain’s cerebral cortex are changed by enriching the learning environment. An enriched environment is multi-sensory, interactive, and provides a variety of challenges. Solving academic problems through movement involves the kinesthetic, visual, auditory and tactile senses…

Benefits of BrainDance In Studios & Schools

Excerpt: Core strength allows for participation in all parts of a school day, from climbing the steps on the bus, playing at recess, and even the skill of sitting upright in a desk. A working core lets a student concentrate on the teacher, and inadequate core often looks like ‘the wiggles’ or slumped and poor posture.

Fostering Creativity in Dance Technique

Excerpt: When we foster creativity in dance technique classes we help develop the next generation of innovative choreographers, fluent dance writers, and curious dance audience members. Creativity requires flexibility, imagination, problem-solving, and risk-taking. Creative people form original ideas through exploration and discovery. They imagine things that do not exist and come up with new ideas.

Toward Best Practices in Dance Education Through the Theory of Multiple Intelligences

Excerpt: We are still fighting the battle to make dance a part of every child’s education. Why is this when we have so much research pointing to the essentialness of movement to basic learning? …If our dance classes incorporate the multiple intelligences and brain research, I believe that parents and principals will be clamoring for dance in the schools! The few existing dance programs might not be the first to be cut and gyms might be filled with dancers…

Dance in the 21st Century: A Global Perspective

Excerpt: How will dance evolve during the 21st century? How does the dance landscape appear in 2005? What will dance look like in 2105?  A hundred years ago in 1905, a beautiful and intelligent young lady named Margaret H’Doubler was finishing high school in Madison, Wisconsin and preparing to enter the University. H’Doubler’s philosophy and writings…

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Arts Education, Organizations, & Leaders

Dance Educators Association of Washington: DEAW is a non-profit professional organization dedicated to the advancement of dance education as a basic and integral component at all public and private levels of education in the state of Washington. DEAW acts as an effective voice for the dance education community in Washington State.

National Dance Education OrganizationNational Dance Education Organization (NDEO) advances dance education centered in the arts. NDEO provides the dance artist, educator and administrator a network of resources and support, a base for advocacy, and access to programs and projects that focus on the importance of dance in the human experience.

dance and the Child International: dance and the Child International (daCi) and daCi USA are nonprofit organizations aiming to promote growth and development in dance for children and youth internationally, irrespective of race, color, sex, religion, and national or social origin. daCi recognizes that every child and young person has the right to dance and strives to preserve the cultural heritage of all forms of dance for children.

Arts Education Information – Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI): Dance Standards, instructional options for the arts, assessments, online grade level standards and resources, and information from the Washington State Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction. Janet Hayakawa, Arts Program Supervisor.

Language of DanceLanguage of Dance® (LOD), created by world renowned movement specialist Dr. Ann Hutchinson Guest, is a teaching approach that facilitates movement, dance experience, and understanding through the Movement Alphabet, the building blocks of movement. 

Body-Mind CenteringBody-Mind Centering® (BMCSM) is an integrated and embodied approach to movement, the body and consciousness developed by Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen.

American Dance Therapy AssociationThe benefits of dance/movement therapy as a psychotherapeutic intervention are well-established. The American Dance Therapy Association (ADTA), founded in 1966, is a professional organization dedicated to the profession of dance/movement therapy.

InspirEd Arts Resources: InspirEd Arts provides arts-based educational resources and services that promote creative and fun learning experiences and offer opportunities for self-expression and personal growth. Resources and products include, The Ultimate Dance Ed Kit and The Elements of Dance Posters and Flashcards.

Jill Randall: Writer, educator, dancer, blogger. Informative blogs include Life as a Modern Dancer and Dancing Words (children’s books about dance and books that inspire dancing).

Maria Simeone, California-based Teaching Artist, provides her brain-compatible music/movement programs to all ages from infants to seniors. Maria is the creator of the Remo Affiliate Program, Flexity Jig – a neuro-reflex based voice-body movement game that boosts learning, focus and creativity.

Segerstrom Center For The Arts: Interactive movement videos for seniors featuring Anne Green Gilbert’s BrainDance with Teaching Artist, Maria Simeone. Easily adaptable for all ages and for classroom use. Produced in sponsorship with Segerstrom Center for the Arts and Alzheimer’s OC. Closed-captioned in Spanish with PDFs in English and Spanish of all 8 BrainDance patterns. 

Recommended Reading

Glow Kids: How Screen Addiction Is Hijacking Our Kids-and How to Break the Trance. Nicholas Kardaras, Ph.D. St. Martin’s Press. 2016. 

Red Flags for Primary Teachers. Neurodevelopmental and Vision Issues that Affect Learning. Katie Johnson. 2012. 

Baby Bare. Stephanie Johnson.

The Brain’s Way of Healing. Norman Doidge, MD. Viking Penguin; 2015.

Move to Greatness. Focusing the 4 Essential Energies of a Whole and Balanced Leader. Ginny Whitelaw and Betsy Wetzig. Nicholas Brealey Publishing, 2008.

Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain. John J. Ratey, MD. Little, Brown and Company; 1 edition, 2008.

Making Connections, Total Body Integration through Bartenieff Fundamentals. Peggy Hackney. London: Routledge, 2002

Basic Neurocellular Patterns: Exploring Developmental Movement. Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen. Burchfield Rose Publishers, 2018; Paperback; 430 pages, 400+ illustrations, 80 explorations.

Music & Props

Music for Creative Dance Volumes 1-5 by Eric Chappelle feature contrasts in tempo, texture, and other musical elements that correspond to the elements of dance. Suitable for all ages, these original compositions and arrangements are used by classroom teachers, music and P.E. specialists, families, and dance educators worldwide. BrainDance Music CD contains 8 diverse pieces exploring the BrainDance as developed by Anne Green Gilbert. Included are pieces with spoken cues assisting movement as well as completely instrumental pieces AND the nursery rhyme BrainDance! DanceMakers is available now. Composed from 2003 to 2008, DanceMakers features Eric’s unique mastery of the electric violin. AmazoniTunes

Mad Robin Music and Dance offers high quality teaching resources, props, and musical instruments for classroom, home and studio use. Our products support educational experiences that are inspired by the Orff, Kodály and Dalcroze approaches to teaching music, and by brain-compatible, conceptual, and community-centered approaches to teaching folk, creative, and modern dance.

Creative Kids Yoga (New Hampshire) – Rosemary Clough: The goal of Moving Spirit and Creative Kids Yoga® is to make both disciplines of yoga and dance easy, fun and accessible to everyone of all ages and abilities. Props available for purchase include kids’ Yoga Deck, Yoga Dots, and Yoga Dot bags.

Tree Frog ProductionsMusic and movement workshops, classes, and services. Kerri Lynn Nichols, Artistic Director. You can find Kerri Lynn’s CDs (Music for Dance and more) and books at Beatin’ Path Publications. 

Marian Rose: Step Lively CD’s. Lively collections of tunes and time-tested dances from traditions such as folk dancing, square dancing, contra dancing, and singing games. All are suitable for classroom instruction (K-12), or for family-oriented events. Designed for use by non-professional dance leaders, Step Lively features charming illustrations and clear, explicit instructions.

Laurie Berkner: Whimsical, catchy children’s songs in a folksy rock style.

Dye-namic Movement Products designs and manufactures stretchy movement tools and props for creative dance, exercise, and therapy. Props include Stretch-eze, Co-Oper Blanket, Body Sox, ElastaBlast, and more.

Health & Wellness
Child Mind Institute: The Child Mind Institute is an independent nonprofit dedicated to transforming the lives of children and families struggling with mental health and learning disorders. Insights and advice on common concerns and tips for facing challenges many families share. Educators can find insights on learning, behavior, and classroom management techniques. Tips to help all kids succeed.

College of Optometrists in Vision Development (COVD): The College of Optometrists in Vision Development (COVD) is a non-profit, international membership association of eye care professionals including optometrists, optometry students, and vision therapists. Established in 1971, COVD provides board certification for eye doctors and vision therapists who are prepared to offer state-of-the-art services in behavioral and developmental vision care, vision therapy, and visual rehabilitation. 

Alderwood Vision Therapy Center: Alderwood Vision Therapy Center has the equipment, special therapy rooms and staff to provide the following comprehensive vision care services: eye examinations for all ages, including infants and preschoolers; vision therapy; treatment for vision problems related to learning; visual rehabilitation for special populations; treatment for stress-related visual problems. There’s more to healthy vision than 20/20 eyesight! Learn more about symptoms of visual problems which affect reading, learning, school success and sports. Dr. Nancy Torgerson, Developmental Optometrist.

Family Optometry and Vision TherapyDr. Kinney is an optometrist specializing in pediatric and family vision care. Her practice is located in downtown Seattle and offers eye examinations, vision therapy, eyeglasses, and contact lenses. A full-scope optometric practice dedicated to providing the highest quality vision care to children and adults in a friendly, comfortable, and professional atmosphere. With a highly trained staff and state-of-the-art equipment, we go beyond 20/20. Dr. Kathleen Kinney, Optometric Physician.

Pathways Awareness: Everything you need to know about floor time can be found at this website. Pathways Awareness is dedicated to the early detection of motor delays and early intervention for children with motor delays. Resources, articles, and great tips about the importance of floor time.   

Seattle Therapy NetworkA family-centered and collaborative therapeutic community addressing the holistic needs of your family. Occupational therapists and speech and language pathologists offer therapy services in a unique community space designed to elicit child-directed activity. 

Developmental Movement Consultant Bette Lamont, MA/DMTCreate better futures for infants, children, parents, and families with online assessments and therapeutic programs. Find real solutions to emotional, academic, behavioral, and physical challenges. Treatment is non-invasive and based on normal neurological development.  

Pediatric Physical & Occupational Therapy Services:Works with children presenting with challenges associated with disorders of relating and communicating such as autism spectrum disorder, aspergers, sensory processing disorders (sensory integration disorders), regulatory disorders, dyspraxia, learning, behavioral, and neurological disorders. The practice embraces the DIR®/Floortime Model of treatment developed by Stanley Greenspan, MD and Serena Wieder, PhD. Owned and directed by Rosemary White, OTR/L.

Seattle Feldenkrais, Janelle Keane CampoverdeFeldenkrais® private sessions and classes focus on restoring functional, efficient, and comfortable movement, whatever the limitation or concern. Janelle Keane Campoverde, Feldenkrais teacher® for over 30 years, uses sophisticated techniques to reorganize posture, movement, and self-image. 

Child’Space Seattle, Janelle Keane Campoverde: Janelle Keane Campoverde, certified Feldenkrais teacher® and Child’Space parent educator, supports and stimulates neuromuscular development, providing the missing “ingredients” for babies to roll, crawl, sit, and walk during the critical window of development from birth to walking. Parents awaken their confidence in their own parental instincts, by acquiring skills of observation and touch while also gaining a better understanding of the stages of their infant’s development.  Child’Space, developed by Dr. Chava Shelhav, is based on the theory of Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais. Appointment can be in your home. 

Amazing Babies Moving: Encouraging babies to move naturally during the first year of life builds the movement foundation for them to become body-confident explorers, expressive communicators and self-motivated learners. Our educational programs, DVDs and books are designed to help parents, educators and professionals expand their body awareness and movement repertoire in play sessions with babies. 

The Emily Project: Founded in 1993, The Emily Program has become nationally recognized for our compassionate and personalized approach to eating disorder awareness, treatment, and lifetime recovery. At The Emily Program, we treat people of all ages and all genders who struggle with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating, compulsive overeating, obesity, and other specified feeding and eating disorders (OSFED). 

Moves 4 Greatness: This is the home of Coordination Patterns™, originated by Betsy Wetzig. Coordination Patterns™ Training can improve the way you live, behave, deal with people, handle stress and exercise. Many people know the Patterns as “Thrust, Shape, Swing, and Hang”. These names for the Patterns came from the movement side of their function as the movement-mind link. However, the purpose of this site is to understand how to harness the whole movement-mind link of the Coordination Patterns™.

Center for Kinesthetic Education: The Center for Kinesthetic Education was founded and is directed by Martha Eddy, RSMT, Ed.D., CMA. Through private sessions, lectures, classes, programs and training Martha Eddy and the CKE professional team seek to enhance body-mind-emotional (somatic) awareness, with the goal of enabling a wide range of people to more fully enjoy the satisfactions of life. The website includes information on K-12 education, professional training, and resources.

Moving on Center: Co-founded by Martha Eddy and Carol Swann, MOC offers training programs which embrace a holistic view of the body and engage the whole body/mind through cooperative learning and an interdisciplinary focus. The curriculum draws on dance, theater, voice, and a wide variety of somatic research to activate creativity and health in both the individual and the community. The website includes information on certification programs, workshops, and more.

Additional Resources on Autism are available by request. Contact info@creativedancecenter.org

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Continue learning with the Creative Dance Center in the comfort of your own home through our books and DVDs created by our founder, Anne Green Gilbert.

BrainDance DVD Set

Anne Green Gilbert.

In this engaging new 2 DVD set, Anne Green Gilbert and her students (infants through seniors) demonstrate over 25 variations of the BrainDance, an exercise that moves through eight fundamental movement patterns that wire the central nervous system in the first year of life.

Includes: Two DVD package plus booklet with detailed information about brain development and the rationale behind the BrainDance.

Price: $30.00 + shipping and handling

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In this engaging new 2 DVD set Anne Green Gilbert and her students (infants through seniors) demonstrate over 25 variations of the BrainDance, an exercise that moves through eight fundamental movement patterns that wire the central nervous system in the first year of life. This resource includes the original DVD demonstrating 8 foundational BrainDances (83 minutes) as well as a brand new DVD demonstrating 19 different variations (120 minutes). Variations include new rhymes for young children and infants, using props, standing with and without partners, sitting in chairs, integrating dance concepts, folk dance, floor barre, and much more. Included in the two DVD package is a booklet with detailed information about brain development and the rationale behind the BrainDance.

Developed by Anne Green Gilbert, the BrainDance is a series of exercises comprised of eight developmental movement patterns that healthy human beings naturally move through in the first year of life. As babies, we did these movements on our tummies, sides, and back on the floor. However, cycling through these patterns at any age, daily or weekly while sitting or standing, has been found to be beneficial in reorganizing our central nervous system. Repeating these patterns over time may help us fill in any missing gaps in our neurological system due to birth trauma, illness, environment, head injury or not enough floor time as a baby. The BrainDance offers benefits such as improved mood, reduced stress, increased alertness and concentration. It can be used at home by yourself or with the family, at school, or in the office, as well as in the dance studio. The BrainDance may be used as a warm-up for any physical or cognitive activity; before tests, performances, and presentations; after sitting for long periods of time; as a break during computer work and TV watching; and to increase energy and reduce stress. It is a centering body/brain movement tool for brain reorganization, sensory integration, oxygenation, and recuperation.

“I am a great fan of your BrainDance and use it in the dance classes I teach. The results have been amazing, and I am excited to see how this method continues to help my little dancers as they progress through our program.” ~ Heather Overbeck, Director, Principle Dance Studio, Riverside, IL

“Wow, I am really inspired. I love the video! The BrainDance model has worked wonderfully in every setting and with every age group. It’s a great framework for teachers with it’s endless possibilities, and it is wonderful for children. It helps individual children focus, and I’ve noticed that it brings the group together so that the class can really ‘take off’.” ~ Erica Rosenberg, Teaching Artist, New York

Your DVD is great!  I teach several types of fitness classes to seniors here at Judson Park Retirement Community, and the Brain Dance is another great tool for ensuring that we reach all our residents and offer something of value in terms of fitness/wellness. Thank you for producing such an important and beneficial video! ~ Glenda Wood, Fitness Coordinator, Judson Park Retirement Community, Des Moines, WA

Price: $39.00 + shipping and handling – see shipping chart below

To order by mail, send check or purchase orders payable to:
AGG Productions
7327 46th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98115
Phone: 206-525-0759
Questions? Please email us at agg@creativedance.org

Want to take your education skills to the next level? Learn how we teach the BrainDance in one of our educator and community workshops.

Brain-Compatible Dance Education, 2nd edition Book

Anne Green Gilbert. Human Kinetics, 2019.

Brain-Compatible Dance Education, Second Edition, strikes the perfect balance between hard science and practicality, making it an ideal resource for dance educators working with dancers of all ages and abilities. Gilbert presents the latest brain research and its implications for dance educators and dancers. She makes the research findings accessible and easy to digest, always connecting the science to the teaching and learning that takes place in classrooms and studios.

Includes:

  • 24 new lesson plans geared to all age groups, from birth on up
  • New tips and tools to strengthen your teaching skills and provide a foundation for advocating for dance in schools and communities
  • A new web resource that includes 11 video clips of BrainDance with variations for diverse audiences, as well as printable lesson plans, posters, charts, and assessment templates

Price: $50.00 + shipping & handling

 

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This new edition of Brain-Compatible Dance Education features Gilbert’s unique BrainDance warm-up, made up of eight developmental movement patterns for people of all ages, from birth to older adults. This BrainDance warm-up helps dancers improve focus and productivity as it invigorates their minds and bodies and gets their synapses firing.

The video clips on the web resource are great teaching aids that show you real-world examples of how the movements are done. The clips show dancers from infants to seniors, from beginners to advanced students, and those with special needs.

Cost: $50.00 + shipping and handling

To order by mail, send check or purchase orders to:
AGG Productions
7327 46th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98115
Phone: 206-525-0759

For discounted group orders of 10 or more books or sales outside the USA, contact Human Kinetics: humankinetics.com
Questions? Please email us at agg@creativedance.org

Want to take your education skills to the next level? Learn how we teach the BrainDance in one of our educator and community workshops.

Creative Dance for All Ages, 2nd edition 

Anne Green Gilbert. Human Kinetics, 2015.

Creative Dance for All Ages, 2nd edition, by Anne Green Gilbert is an unparalleled resource for dance educators who are looking for a conceptual creative dance curriculum that will support teaching to learners of all ages. Like having a seasoned dance teacher at your side offering inspiration and guidance all year long!

Includes: This one-stop resource offers dance teachers everything they need, including a sequential curriculum, over 40 lesson plans with updated music suggestions, instructional strategies, assessments, and other templates.

Cost: $35.00 + shipping and handling

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Creative Dance for All Ages, 2nd edition, by Anne Green Gilbert is an unparalleled resource for dance educators who are looking for a conceptual creative dance curriculum that will support teaching to learners of all ages. Whether you teach in a studio, company, recreational, or educational setting, you will discover a comprehensive and well-rounded approach to teaching dance, emphasizing the how as much as the why. Creative Dance for All Ages has a long history of providing a dance curriculum to teachers and students preparing to teach creative dance. This second edition demystifies expectations when teaching creative dance and provides the theory, methods, and lesson ideas for success in a variety of settings and with students of all ages. This one-stop resource offers dance teachers everything they need, including a sequential curriculum, over 40 lesson plans with updated music suggestions, instructional strategies, assessment, and other forms. It’s like having a seasoned dance teacher at your side offering inspiration and guidance all year long. Published by Human Kinetics/SHAPE America, 2015, 365 pages.

“If you are a teacher of dance or a teacher in the school system, you will find this book invaluable! Many lesson plans are already laid out for you. Most may be adapted to expand student learning in the academic curriculum. This book is also great for dancers looking to expand their compositional approach. Every teacher will want a copy ready at their teaching fingertips.” ~ Tamara Bliss, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Cost: $35.00 + shipping and handling – see shipping chart below.

To order by mail, send check or purchase order payable to:
AGG Productions
7327 46th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98115
Phone: 206-525-0759
For discounted group orders of 10 or more books or sales outside the USA, contact Human Kinetics: humankinetics.com


Questions? Please email us at agg@creativedance.org

Want to take your education skills to the next level? Learn how we teach the BrainDance in one of our educator and community workshops.

Teaching Creative Dance DVD

Anne Green Gilbert. 

This action-packed 2-hour DVD serves as a companion to Anne Green Gilbert’s books. The 5-Part lesson plans and classroom management techniques described in the books are highlighted in eight different dance classes with infants through middle school students in classrooms and studios.

Includes: Written insert with detailed information about lesson planning, dance concepts, and music choices. 

Cost: $20.00 + shipping and handling

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This action packed 2-hour DVD serves as a companion to Anne Green Gilbert’s books. The BrainDance, 5-part lesson plans, improvisations, choreography, and class management techniques that are described in Anne’s books come alive in this unique DVD. Anne’s teaching methods are highlighted in eight different dance classes with infants through middle school students in classrooms and studios. Includes written insert with detailed information about lesson planning, dance concepts, and music choices. Available on DVD or VHS. Produced by Anne Green Gilbert, 2002, 121 minutes.

 

Cost: $20.00 + shipping and handling 

To order by mail, send check or purchase orders to:
AGG Productions
7327 46th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98115
Phone: 206-525-0759
Questions? Please email us at agg@creativedance.org

Want to take your education skills to the next level? Learn how we teach the BrainDance in one of our educator and community workshops.

Teaching The Three Rs Through Movement Book

Anne Green Gilbert. National Dance Education Organization.

This book includes hundreds of ideas for using movement as a tool to teach language arts, math, science, social studies, art, and music K-6. Great for ESL teachers, also. Includes many, many fun, and motivating kinesthetic activities that may be used to introduce, reinforce, and review academic concepts.

Includes: An annotated resource list of books, music and films. 

Cost: $25.00 + shipping and handling

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“In TEACHING THE THREE R’S creative dance teacher Anne Green Gilbert shares a wealth of ideas for integrating movement into the classroom to promote understanding of concepts in language, math, science, social studies and the arts. For classroom teachers interested in the body-brain connection for intelligence or for those who just want to add innovation to their lessons, this is an excellent resource.” ~ L. Morris, Baker, MT

Cost: $25.00 + shipping and handling fees – see shipping chart below.

To order by mail, send check or Purchase Orders payable to AGG Productions
7327 46th Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98115
This book is available by calling Anne Green Gilbert at 206-363-7281
For Discounted Group Orders contact National Dance Education Organization at info@ndeo.org
Questions? Please email us at agg@creativedance.org

Want to take your education skills to the next level? Learn how we teach the BrainDance in one of our educator and community workshops.

BrainDance Music CD

Eric Chapelle. 

This CD contains a variety of musical selections of varying lengths to accompany various BrainDances. Some selections are narrated, some have cues, others are purely instrumental. There is also a selection of spoken nursery rhymes.

Includes: BrainDance poster along with written material describing the BrainDance. Produced by Ravenna Ventures in 2007, over 70 minutes of music.

Cost: $15.00 + shipping and handling

Details

To order by mail, send check or purchase orders to:
AGG Productions
7327 46th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98115
Phone: 206-525-0759
Questions? Please email us at agg@creativedance.org

Want to take your education skills to the next level? Learn how we teach the BrainDance in one of our educator and community workshops.

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