K-2, 3-5, Middle school, High school
Character Education, Health, Storytelling, Theatre
Dance, Storytelling, Theatre
In-person: 1 or 2/$3600, AM/PM – $4400
Virtual/Online: $795 or 2/$1295, AM/PM $1590
Various Dates. Call 800-883-9883, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit our website (www.AcademicEntertainment.com) and fill out our request information form for date availability.
This course is available at a distance
Social Emotional Learning, Anti-Bullying, Character Education, PBIS
Like Spanish Flamenco dancers did in the Middle Ages, students move their bodies in fun, new ways to create triumph over any troubles. Miss Coco Flamenco’s fabulously funny flair for character education will have your students stomping out bullying “ultimate fast,” soaring with power and peace, making hilarious music together, grabbing their goals, and sharing each other’s creative awesomeness. All with a professor’s approach that’s so high-energy, even teachers and staff love to join in!
Sharing SEL Strategies through Simple Body Movement, Fun Rhythm, and Triumphant Dance
Social Awareness >> Stomping out bullying – Flamenco Feet (Taconeo)
Responsible Decision-Making >> Choose both power and peace – Flamenco Falcon and Dove Arms (Brazeo)
Relationship Skills >> Make music together – Flamenco-style Clapping (Palmas)
Self-Awareness >> Be self-confident and grab your goals – Flamenco Bullfighter Moves (Postura)
Self-Management >> Create beauty and share it with a neighbor – Flamenco Hands (Floreo)
Physical health: Cardio, muscle strength and coordination, bone health, joint flexibility, improved posture and breathing
Mental/ emotional health from physical movement: Well-documented direct benefits – uplift in mood and improved intellectual performance – from the neurophysiological (brain-body) communications
Math skills: We build mini-choreographies to music, and we count out and coordinate our footwork and clapping – that’s real math underneath the art!
Human geography: The origins of Flamenco are a great way to find Spain, learn some Spanish words, and discover how an oppressed people embraced their hardships while hiding from their bullies – in caves – by creating a new artform to rise triumphant!
Body image: We learn how to accept what your body is like right now, and we combine that with motivation to achieve body goals according to yourself – not society!
***This is a great focus for middle school and high school assemblies and health classes.
1495 SW Lost Trail Dr
Pullman WA 99163