I use this song daily in calendar time. My kids now have a version with the teacher telling them times because they were such experts. I hadn't seen the youtube version. We just have the music. LOVE IT!! math, classroom, calendar time, telling time, jack hartmann, kindergarten songs, hip hop, clock kindergarten, kid videos
Life Cycle of a Butterfly with detailed descriptions!
How the Ancient Egyptians Made "The PYRAMIDS" (Lego History)
Loris Malaguzzi A must watch for anyone working in a Reggio Inspired School
TELLING TIME VIDEO~ What's the Time? introduces hour, half hour, quarter hour, and five minute increments. (Approx. 2 min.) kids songs, teach kids time, math vocabulary, songs for kids to perform, teaching kids time, teaching time, teach time to kids, educational videos for kids, teaching songs videos
Come favorire l'apprendimento con gli "organizzatori anticipati"
Art Is...Elements & Principles of Design [Preview]
Nicolò Copernico - OVO
Enrico Fermi - OVO
In 1945, Dalí and Walt Disney collaborated on a six-minute sequence combining animation with live dancers, in the process inventing a new animation technique. "Destino" tells the tragic love story of Chronos, the personification of time, who falls in love with a mortal woman as the two float across the surrealist landscapes of Dalí’s paintings. short, film, destino, artists, walt disney, surrealism, youtube, salvador dalí, salvador dali
In 1945, Dalí and Walt Disney collaborated to create a six-minute sequence combining animation with live dancers.The film, titled Destino, tells the tragic love story of Chronos, the personification of time, who falls in love with a mortal woman as the two float across the surrealist landscapes of Dalí’s paintings. Dalí described the film as “A magical display of the problem of life in the labyrinth of time” .
BBC Video: The Extraordinary Art of M.C. Escher... The eye and the intellect play off one another in surprising and beautiful ways in the art of M.C. Escher. Where the Renaissance masters used shading and perspective to create the illusion of three-dimensional depth on two dimensional surfaces, Escher turned those tricks in on themselves to create puzzles and paradoxes. He manipulated our faculties of perception not simply to please the senses, but to stimulate the mind. ENJOY!