Varies each year
Tyler’s interactive art-creation and storytelling assemblies encourage students to identify their own personal frustrations and struggles as challenges that can be turned into positive change to self, school culture, and the greater community.
Historical research based on family stories.
18th and 19th century medicine, from the Revolution to the end of the Civil War.
A writer’s life and the writing process from idea to finished book, emphasizing research, revision and literacy techniques.
Original dramas that imaginatively explore regional history and our relations to the natural world.
Environmental; community; conflict resolution; self-esteem; sea; Jewish; multicultural; diversity; seasons; Degas; Russia; Asia; curriculum-specific
Birds of Prey/Raptors
We offer 5 different shows designed to excite kids to do more science. A) “Much work with Little Effort” teaches a unit about Kinetic Energy, Potential Energy, & Simple Machines B) “Notion of Motion” teaches all about Newton’s Laws of Motion, hypothesis, scientific method, and units C) “Kiddie Chem 101” teaches about solids, liquids, gases & Chemical Reactions D) “Combustion – the Fire Safety Show” teaches the chemistry of combustion and what to do about it in real life situations E) “Flight” teaches how the Wright Brothers combined the scientific discoveries of other scientists during the previous centuries to attain human flight. It’s a unit about the physics of air combined with historical information.
Creative Writing Using the Folktale as a Model