Ready to learn physics in a brand new way? This high-powered assembly program teaches states of matter (solid, liquid, and gas) through breakdancing, with the energy, enthusiasm, and unique educational approach that only Hip Hop Fundamentals can bring! Dancing molecules, interactive “experiments,” and genuine fun come together to provide students with a science experience they’ll never forget.
☀️Be introduced to the concepts of the molecular properties of water in three stages of matter: Solid, Liquid, and Gas.
☀️Dance and move like molecules
☀️Learn that PHYSICS + HIP HOP = FUN
Check out the STUDY GUIDE for Breaking: The Laws of Physics for ways to enhance student learning.
This highly interactive, comedic show uses traditions from vaudeville, circus arts, theater, and music to create a captivating and inspiring performance. The Give and take Juggler’s Dynamic Duo show highlights the value of teamwork, practice, and a positive attitude, all infused with good-natured humor and lots of audience participation. Character development themes can be included, such as the value of persistence, teamwork and community building, anti-bullying, anti-drugs, and the joys of reading.
☀️Learn about various character building themes, including the importance of: sharing, teamwork, practice, persistence, resilience, and respect for oneself and others.
☀️Be introduced to vaudeville and traditional American circus performing feats of juggling, tightwire, balancing, and spinning.
☀️Laugh out loud at this colorful and humorous performance!
Check out the STUDY GUIDE for Dynamic Due for ways to enhance student learning.
We want to hear from you! How have you been using and sharing our Arts Connection assembly performances weekly video series with your students during social distancing? Share your experiences, photos, and feedback with Denyce Mylson, our Director of Marketing & PR by calling 609-243-9000 or by email!
Young Audiences' mission is to inspire young people and expand their learning through the arts.
Young Audiences believes that all students deserve equal access to the arts and we strive to provide meaningful art experiences to young people regardless of cognitive or physical development, socio-economic status, or geographic location.