"I just ran into a snag. I did my final project on my ipad through Pages and am having troubles attaching the file to this posting. When I go to choose the file it's only allowing me to send pictures/videos. Any suggestions?
"Who doesn't love this era?!?! We've got just about everything anyone could want! Sassy twisting, fun pony bopping, potatoe mashing, and the oh so super Swing! One of the great things about this era is that it IS so individual and simple that I can…"
"Charleston=Awesome! I've seen the Charleston danced before but could NEVER figure out how to make my legs do what my eyes saw. Basically I looked like a flailing chicken (and not the good 1920's kind). I could teach this basic move to my kids to…"
"The Jump Jim Joe was a fun and easy dance that I could teach to my little ones. They will LOVE the hopping about and the bustle of shaking and nodding. In Kindergarten we have a big celebration at the end of the year to celebrate their first year of…"
"I very well could be mixing up the Jefferson and Quadrille between this posting and the last, but like I wrote in my last reply, I really like the square dancing one. I can teach my young students math through that dance (teen numbers, halves, L/R).…"
"Keeping in mind that I teach Kindergarten who may or may not know how to count...I think this would be an EXCELLENT lesson to tie into my math curriculum! When dancing the Jefferson, dancers need to be able to count to 16 twice, then HALF of 16…"
"I found the connection between the costumes and the dance moves interesting! When we discussed the Renaissance Era, fancy man legs, corresetts, and the minuet it really shed light on the Pre-Colonial Era as far as their behaviors and courting…"