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This activity plan focuses on encouraging the child to interpret the movement. Not much teacher direction is given
The main focus/Curriculum area of this Activity Plan should be Creative Movement. In the Procedure section, you should have your main activity be Creative movement. Remember when we went over this in our Zoom class? Three examples:
1. Bee Dance where children acted out the whole bee looking for flowers activity.
2. When I read the book about the 2 seeds (Marigold flower and Pumpkin) who grew up looking and growing different. At the end of the book, children acted out the cycle of the seed.
3. When you ask a child “Show me how you can move like a __________.” Anytime you say “show me,” you are inviting a child to be creative. Whatever interpretation they give, will be correct.
The Creative movement can have music or no music involved. (Be sure to include 1-2 songs somewhere in the Procedure section, but it doesn’t have to be part of the Creative movement.)
Make sure your main activity IS creative, not teacher instructed movement. Example the “Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes” song is NOT creative as the children are told exactly what to do and need to follow the instructions. These activities are appropriate , and fun to do……just NOT for this assignment because they are not creative movement.
So the Creative movement will be your main activity in the Procedure Section. You will have a few “supporting” activities before and after the main activity too – things like a song or two, a finger play, a discussion, etc.
The rest of your activity plan (theme, age of children, number of children, etc.) will be similar to your past activity plans, but you will have a different theme, concepts, etc.

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