Young People’s Concert: Song of the Wolf

Young People’s Concert: Song of the Wolf

Tuesday, November 15, 2016 & Wednesday, November 16, 2016
9:45 AM – 12:45 PM

The Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences

Grant Cooper’s very own Song of the Wolf is a clever recasting of the story of the Three Little Pigs, set in West Virginia. The Wolf is an Environmentalist who is trying to save his forest from three pigs!

Cost:   $4 per student, free for 1 teacher/chaperone for every ten students; $4 for each additional adult
Complete lesson plans and interactive CD-ROM developed by WVSO are provided upon registration. CD-ROMS can be used at individual computer stations or with LCD projector as whole class activities.

Cross-curricular Pre-concert Lessons and Activities for Grades 3-5: Language Arts, Math, Science, Health, Art, Social Studies, and Music
All lessons are aligned with Next Generation/Common Core Content Standards!

Patterns in Music
Vibrating Things Sing
Every Instrument Has a Place
Disorder into Order
Endangered Animals
Sound Production
Conditions Affecting Timbre of Sound
Building Sciences Renewable Materials
Wolves and Their Habitat
Geography Topography Land Use
Economics: Money in Relation to Land Development
Metrics Measurements
Charts and Diagram: Referencing to Land Surveying

Note Values as Math