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Disney-rific: A Disney-themed Series - Inside Out
This one-time class is part of a series of Disney movie explorations including themed crafts, snacks, academic connections, and more.
53 total reviews for this teacher
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How does a "One-Time" class work?
Meets once at a scheduled time
Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Great for exploring new interests and different styles of teachers
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Life is tough -but so are you! We've seen a lot of changes since the beginning of this year, and those changes can affect our emotions. In this class, we will talk about the movie Inside Out and the changes Riley experiences, how she handles those changes, and how that connects to our own lives. My hope is that we can have some conversation about topics such as: changes with school, missing our friends, spending what feels like *too much* time with our families, missing practices and/or...
Shut downs, illnesses, and closings have taken our world by storm! As adults, we're seeing the news, our work situations may have changed, and we may have been placed under a stay-at-home order. Our kids feel it too! They may be missing their friends, extended families, teachers, coaches, and routines. I am both a mother of 3 and a teacher away from my regular classroom at this time. I understand! I'm feeling it too! Each child is going to feel this differently, but the common thread is that we're all feeling some kind of change. I want to connect what we are all feeling to a safe story we can all relate to - Inside Out.
1 file available upon enrollmentI will probide a PDF of a fun Inside Out themed snack idea that you can keep and make with your family the next time you watch Inside Out! This will be posted on the Classroom page. Cardstock, cardboard (a cereal box would be perfect!), or construction paper, basic craft supplies: markers, crayons, glue, scissors, Knick-knacks that represent YOU Knick-Knack Ideas – One of Riley’s Personality Islands is hockey. If she was doing this activity, she could use: a picture of a hockey player from a magazine, a sticker of a hockey stick or a favorite team, a drawing of their trophy, etc.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
It's possible that your child hasn't wanted to talk a lot about the changes we've seen in the past couple of months and how those changes have affected their lives, and yet, they are certainly feeling it! Depending on your child's personality, this class may open them up to discussing those feelings. Please be ready to let them talk and explore those emotions!
Brenda SandCertified Elementary Teacher with a knack for embracing the productive struggle!
53 total reviews
39 completed classes
Butterflies struggle to spread their wings at first... and that's okay! I am a certified elementary teacher who has a knack for embracing the productive struggle. What does that mean? It means that we CAN do hard things... if we develop grit!...