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Animal Families | Everyday Learning

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Families are our introduction to society. By living and growing within a small connected group, we are prepared for encounters with larger groups within society. Animal families provide a great example of similarities and differences within various family groups. This video is available in both English and Spanish audio, along with corresponding closed captions.

Derby Ram | Music Arts Toolkit

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Folk singer Mike Seeger performs an English-American song reputed to be one of George Washington’s favorite songs.

Five Little Ducks | Music Arts Toolkit

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Tom Bledsoe, Rich Kirby, and Joy D’Elia perform Bledsoe’s reworking of the traditional children’s song and finger game “Five Little Monkeys.”

A Trip to the Theater | Everyday Learning

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Have you ever wondered what happens behind the scenes in a theater? In this video visit the Lexington Children’s Theatre to get a peek behind the scenes of a theatrical production from set creation to the final dress rehearsal.

Shady Grove and Bandyrowe | Music Arts Toolkit

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Kentucky folk singer Jean Ritchie performs her family’s version of the traditional song “Shady Grove,” and “Bandyrowe,” a song she sang as a lullaby for her sons.

Old Man Juan Had a Farm/Viejo Juan tenía una granja | a World of Stories

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Listen for different animal sounds in this Spanish version of “Old McDonald Had a Farm.” The nursery rhyme is available in English and Spanish. 

This resource is part of the KET A World of Stories and Exploraciones collections.

The Little Chicks Say/Los pollitos dicen | A World of Stories

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In this nursery rhyme about a mother hen and her chicks, the chicks say “peep, peep” in English and “pío, pío” in Spanish. Nursery rhyme told in English and Spanish.

This resource is part of the KET A World of Stories and Exploraciones collections.

The Mitten/La Moufle | A World of Stories

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Storyteller Priscilla Howe tells a story about how a mitten dropped in the snow becomes a temporary home to several animals. The story is available in English and French.

 

L'Arc en Ciel/The Rainbow | Everyday Learning

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Students are introduced to traditional folk music in this animation of the French song, “L'Arc en Ciel” which means "the Rainbow." Students learn the colors of the rainbow in French while following the adventures of a singing bumblebee.

Skip to My Lou | Everyday Learning

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Students are introduced to traditional folk music with an animated rendition of a familiar song, “Skip to My Lou.” The animation features an band made up of forest creatures, plus a few other surprises.

Look into My Eyes | Everyday Learning

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In this video, children visit Art Sparks, a special hands-on gallery in the Speed Art Museum in Louisville, Ky. The children look at several portraits and determine how the portraits’ subjects are feeling just by looking at their eyes.

Exploring Art Using Our Senses | Everyday Learning

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Children visit Art Sparks, a special hands-on gallery in the Speed Art Museum in Louisville, Ky. The children explore a printed reproduction of a painting and match tangible objects and textures with the things they represent in the painting.

A Trip to the Art Museum | Everyday Learning

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In this video, students visit The Speed Art Museum in Louisville, Ky. The children view artwork from different periods and places around the world. They learn how to describe and analyze paintings, sculptures, and other forms of art.

Ten Little Chicks/Diez pollitos | A World of Stories

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Count chicks in this fun game. Song avavilable in Spanish and English. 

This resource is part of the KET A World of Stories and Exploraciones collections.

 

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star | Everyday Learning

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Students are introduced to traditional folk music with an animated rendition of a familiar song, “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star.” The video features shadow puppets and a crankie—a long illustrated scroll, which has been used as a method of storytelling since the 19th century.

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