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Looking for Mind at Work: Eliza and Colonial Women for Little Listeners

In this one time, 45 minute class, we will explore the life of Elizabeth Schuyler and compare her life to ordinary colonial women using the musical Hamilton as a jumping point. This class is intended for little listeners.
Kay Lee
168 total reviews for this teacher
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45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
This class is specifically designed for little listeners, ages 6-8.  None of the course content will include the more mature topics.  I choose the lyrics of the songs we explore VERY carefully.  However, I will warn that students may ask questions (e.g. what is a “bastard” or “affair”) to which I will defer the answers to grown ups.  My response for these topics will be: That is a question for your grownup to answer. 
We will refer back to the musical quite often in this course, learning about specific lyrics.  There are a few “games” thrown in at appropriate times which are largely lyric or musical based. 


Kay LeeLearning & teaching through pop culture, music, and life.
168 total reviews
94 completed classes

About Me

Hi!  My name is Kay.  My goal is to capitalize on interests of my kids and deep dive into exploration of topics in history that enhance their understanding of the topic - whether it be economics, psychology, and history.   

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