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Great Entertainers Issue Date: 01-27-2013

Cool Spots imageTake a video tour of tap in Dancing With Gregory Hines, joy2learn.org/dancing. From the early 1900s, tap dancing was popular in a variety of entertainment formats, such as vaudeville, minstrel shows and movie musicals. Explore The History of Tap before moving to The Creative Process. In Changing Personal Styles, Hines demonstrates how his dancing style evolved over time. As you watch The Artists of Tap, compare the different techniques over the years of Bill \"Bojangles\" Robinson, Ginger Rogers and Savion Glover. Are you ready for a quiz in Activities?

Visit: joy2learn.org/dancing
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Artful Heritage Issue Date: 01-20-2013

Cool Spots imageGrab your helmet and telescope to begin your hands-on exploration of Crafting North Carolina, mintmuseum.org/craftingnc. Native Americans lived there 12,000 years ago, long before history was being written. Click on Early NC, then the arrowhead to read about life before the first explorers. Do you like exciting tales? Adventurers from Europe sailed across the sea in search of new lands, guided by early maps — some of which showed sea serpents! Learn about craft artists who still use the state's natural resources in their art. Print a FunSheet for a scavenger hunt to find artists in North Carolina.

Visit: mintmuseum.org/craftingnc
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Ragtime Roots Issue Date: 01-20-2013

Cool Spots imageThe Advent of Jazz, neajazzinthe
schools.org
, will have you dancing in your seat as you watch videos and listen to music that was an integral part of American history. Jazz brought people of different races together, as the introductory video in Lesson One shows. See how African-American jazz musicians were influenced by European, Latin and Caribbean rhythms more than two centuries ago. Then listen to Major Artists such as Louis Armstrong, one of jazz's most creative geniuses. Find favorite artists as you read about their contributions to this unique art form.

Visit: neajazzintheschools.org
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Bronze Age Exploration Issue Date: 01-13-2013

Cool Spots imageGo back in time 3,000 years and play Shipwreck: An Ancient Sea Trade Game, metmuseum.org/
content/interactives/shipwreck/index.html
. In 1982, a Turkish diver discovered a ship that had sunk off the coast of southern Turkey. It set sail during the time of King Tut, carrying items such as ivory, gold and silver. Navigate the map and answer questions to build your ship. Now go back in time and try to take the ship on a journey. If you succeed, you become a wealthy trader. If you fail, your ship will be destroyed by a tidal wave or sea creature. Watch divers excavate the real site in the INA Video.

Visit: metmuseum.org/content/interactives/shipwreck/index.html
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Behind the Canvas Issue Date: 12-23-2012

Cool Spots imageCharacters in paintings come to life in the National Gallery of Art's Children's Video Tour, nga.gov/
education/timetravel
. You can join artists and their subjects in their own time periods to gain a deeper understanding of the meaning behind these magnificent works. Experience the action from the white horse's perspective in Raphael's "Saint George and the Dragon." Do you like to dance? Join "The Dancing Couple" as they gather with friends and family to celebrate a village festival. Play hide and seek with Monet's own little boy as you step into “The Artist's Garden at Vétheuil," near Paris.

Visit: nga.gov/education/timetravel
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