Happy Holidays! We have a lot to be cheerful about here at Reach Every Voice as we gear up for the New Year and look toward our Spring Institute (and the warmer spring weather). The coming holidays give us all a great opportunity to build on our RPM skills!
This month, we have a strong history theme. Our Arts lesson this month is about the origins of singing. A student request has led to a new history lesson on the rise of the Nazi Party. We even explored if there really is a legendary La Ciudad Blanca hidden in the Honduran rainforest. If you want to get topical, we have a lesson on the recent Mars rover landing and how it will help scientists! Our split-stencil lesson for the month is a science lesson on what plants eat.
Here's what is new in our library this month:
The Unknown Origins of Singing
The Newest Mars Probe
La Ciudad Blanca, a Lost City
The Nazi Party's Rise to Power
What Do Plants Eat? (designed for making choices or using split-alphabet stencil)
Universally performed across all cultures, singing is so basic to humans that it's origins are long lost. Learn about how singing has developed over the centuries into the art form we know it as today.
NASA landed a new robotically controlled rover, InSight, onto Mars in November of 2018. Learn all about the mission to get to Mars, as well as the amazing instruments that it will use to help scientists understand the red planet.
Said to be located in the rainforests of Honduras, is La Ciudad Blanca or "The White City", really a lost city of riches and white buildings? Fi