How Sweet the Sound -The Story of Amazing Grace by Carole Boston Weatherford and illustrated by Frank Morrison provides a pictorial introduction to the anthem, Amazing Grace - and documents the events and salvation of John Newton aboard the slave ship Greyhound in 1748.
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Building the Future of Arts Education
Professional development for educators. Summer intensives for young artists. Teaching artist-guided activities for families. Performances for young audiences. Classroom lesson plans. Arts-focused digital media.
Kennedy Center Education offers a wide array of resources and experiences that inspire, excite, and empower students and young artists, plus the tools and connections to help educators incorporate the arts into classrooms of all types.
- Creativity and Innovation
- Interdisciplinary, Project-based, and Real-World Learning
- Problem-Solving and Communication
- Drama and Theatre
- Visual Arts
- Social Emotional Learning
- Social Studies
- World Cultures
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The resources on this page were provided by diverse National Association for Music Education (NAfME) members, NAfME corporate members, and various third-party organizations to support music educators as they navigate unprecedented challenges related to the pandemic, from the need for teacher self-care to tips and considerations for teaching online.
Since we can’t have Music at school, I want to give you some ways to make music with your family at home! Please see below for some great ways to be Tuneful, Beatful, and Artful!
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Our resources are developed and curated by our award-winning Education team and meet national and state learning standards in a variety of subject areas, including music, social studies, STEAM, English and more.
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