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Wolf Trap believes in the transformative power of the arts in early childhood education. Browse our experiences below for inspiration or search for a specific resource here!

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"Wolfie Presents: Moving and Learning Through the Rainforest" arrow-right

Take an imaginary journey to the rainforest to learn about the animals that call it home.


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Wolf Trap master teaching artists MAGPIE (Greg Artzner and Terry Leonino) celebrate the natural wonder of the world around us through music.

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Jack's Garden: Dramatizing the Plant Growth Cycle arrow-right

Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Jeanne Wall demonstrates an experience using drama and movement to teach children about the plant growth cycle.


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Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Maria Tripodi demonstrates a chant with a steady beat that incorporates levels, directions, and body parts.

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Language & Literacy

Wolf Trap Teaching Artists demonstrate strategies that help children learn how to communicate about the world around them through singing, dancing, role-playing, and storytelling.

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What are the six steps of engineering? Wolf Trap Teaching Artists share strategies that help children learn how to become active problem solvers through the incorporation of the arts.

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Join in the Math Dance! Help build early math skills such as counting, sequencing, patterns, and measurement through dance, music, and drama strategies created by Wolf Trap Teaching Artists.

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a wolf trap teaching artist and children are sitting in a circle on a carpet in the middle of a classroom, learning an educational lesson using ropes


Encourage children to think like a scientist with arts strategies that help them create connections to complex concepts like gravity, the water cycle, habitats, and plant growth.

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