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Arts Integrated Education

Animal Shake and Shuffle

Cycles Choreography

Wit and Laughter Learning

Engaging Teachers

Mosaic of Benefits

Cadence Company

Human Body School

Diagrammatic & Spatial Reasoning

High School Rhythm Workshop

Home Planet Earth

Story Theater

Learning Through Laughter

Spheres of Learning

Professional Development. Denver, Colorado

Kaleidoscope Summer Camp Tribe

Esperanza

Humming Grove Recording Studio

Humor Always

Early Childhood Engaged Learning

Thank You Life! Thank You My Body!

Challenging Fun

Creative Movement

Touch Your Toes Comedy

Animal Pow Wow

Interactive Performance

Kaleidoscope Players

Left Brain Right Brain Crossover

Water Cycle Story Dance

Math-a-magic

Rhythm & Coordination Stick Dance

Santa Fe 400th Celebration

Classroom Session

Teacher Training Workshop ABQ

Universal Body Humor

Brain and Body Tune-ups

Memory Sequence Body Rhythms

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Learn to Express, Express to Learn!
Talking Hands Talking Feet songs
are a springboard of discovery into
the natural worlds, the human body, language arts,
geography, natural cycles and systems, mathematics
and the kaleidoscopic world of human life.
Creating educational songs & dances since 1997
National Endowment for the Arts publishes
“Our Story”

“Songs To Educate has been working with hundreds of children in Santa Fe Public Schools. I have worked directly with Paul and Melanie Zeir and have witnessed many of the Talking Hands Talking Feet performances; they are a perfect integration of art, physical activity and academics. The children are always very enthusiastic, having enjoyed and learned so much from the program. The teachers appreciate how their curriculum requirements are covered in this delightful way.”

Amy SummaHead of Arts at Santa Fe Public Schools