Arts Curriculum +

Recently sent to our mailbox:

We are happy to share with you two wonderful software curriculums: a

recently released innovative, creative theater arts curriculum, and a

comprehensive real world view of life in the fishing industry

curriculum. We respectfully request you pass these flyers on to

appropriate parties in either theater arts or an integrated real

world program of study.

Terri New, owner of Incite Productions, created and produced ALICE “I

Feel So Me Now!” Musical Theater Arts Volume 1 as a tool for schools

and communities to enhance creativity and musical theater. It gives

teachers and students ways to develop their talents and the

organizational skills to mount a successful and highly entertaining

production. There is a lot more than meets the eye in the

comprehensive curriculum.

This engaging project offers many modes in the theater production

field. Designed for every degree of talent in a budding artist, it

provides the tools for their artistic development. Activities include

poetry, singing, dancing, cooking, costuming, lighting, stage makeup,

building business acumen, public-relations, playwriting, radio plays,

and building a miniature theater, with ample organizational


Incite Productions, also developed a 2 disk CD-ROM curriculum,

California Golden Seas, in a wonderful 3-D interface that makes

learning positively fun! This comprehensive curriculum not only gives

you rare and engaging video of what fisher folk do, but also features

integrative activities and lessons. You learn about tides and

currents, nutrition and health, as well as mathematical equations and

how fisher folk’s lives are affected. It provides a real world view

of hard working fisher folk’s livelihood and their love for the sea.

For more information on the Theater Arts Title:

For more information on the Theater Arts Title:

We offer academic pricing to home schoolers.

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