850 Dodecanese Blvd.

Tarpon Springs, Fl 34689

Tel: (727) 742-0173

PaigesPlanet.info@gmail.com

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"Paige was wonderful with the children. She had the students' attention throughout the presentation. Fun art activity to follow-up on presentation. All and all, Excellent!"

-4th and 5th Grade Teacher

Workshop Catalog

Animal Explorers Workshop

Age: Kindergarten (suitable for Pre-K through 1st)

Time: 60-90 minutes

Sessions: 1

This fun workshop will introduce little explorers to the art of observation using their five senses. They will then use all their senses to meet and interact with two animal friends. They will also explore the differences and similarities between these animals and between the animals and humans. This will be reinforced with an educational musical presentation. Finally students will express their new knowledge with visual arts! For more information, pricing and scheduling, contact Paige at paigesplanet.info@gmail.com.

Endangered Species and Environmental Impact

Age: 2nd-5th Grade

Time: 60-90 minutes

Sessions: 1

This exciting workshop will combine theatre, life science, and a hands-on animal experience as students learn how people and their environment impact one another. Students will explore how they can help reduce negative environmental impact through performing their own original theatre art! For more information, pricing and scheduling, contact Paige at paigesplanet.info@gmail.com.

Invasive Species

Age: 2nd-5th Grade

Time: 45-60 minutes

Sessions: 1

This fascinating workshop will combine a hands-on animal encounter with one of Florida's most notorious invasive species while combining life science, visual arts, and language arts. Students will learn about how invasive species are introduced, the effects they have on the rest of their ecosystem, and creatively express what they can do to educate others and solve the problem through art. For more information, pricing and scheduling, contact Paige at paigesplanet.info@gmail.com.

Swamp Ecosystem

Age: 2nd-5th Grade

Time: 60 minutes

Sessions: 1

This scaly and creative workshop will bring students face-to-face with a Florida swamp resident and get their creative juices flowing! By combining life science, music, and writing, students will learn about the swamp ecosystem and the food chain that exists within it. They will take their favorite facts and participate in writing a group a catchy group song to both retain and share their new knowledge with others! For more information, pricing and scheduling, contact Paige at paigesplanet.info@gmail.com.

Complete Planet Protector Program

Age: 2nd-5th Grade

Time: 60 minutes per session

Sessions: 3

For true nature lovers, this thrilling and thorough combination of workshops includes all of the educational fun of the Endangered Species and Environmental Impact, Invasive Species, and Swamp Ecosystem workshops. It is specifically designed for Florida students to understand what can be done for the environment in their home town then express that knowledge through multiple artistic mediums. It also includes multiple animal ambassadors and interaction. For more information, pricing and scheduling, contact Paige at paigesplanet.info@gmail.com.

Florida's Estuaries

Age: 5th Grade (suitable for 4th-6th)

Time: 60-90 minutes

Sessions: 1-2 (syllabus can be modified for time, please inquire)

This incredibly creative workshop will solidify students knowledge of one of the ecosystems in their backyard: the estuary! They will learn about the plant and animal life that calls estuaries home through discussion, multimedia presentations, theater, and art! Students will devise their own play about the estuary ecosystem and create their own sets for their performance.

Evolution Revolution Workshop

Age: 7th Grade (suitable for 6th-8th)

Time: 60-90 minutes

Sessions: 1-2 depending on allotted time

This multi-faceted workshop will bring the scientific theory of evolution to life in a new and exciting way. Students will participate in discussion, educational movement-based games, and of course live animal interaction to reinforce the concepts of natural selection, extinction, environmental factors, and much more. This will be accompanied by specifically designed multi-media support  Finally students will use what they learned in a creative visual arts project! For more information, pricing and scheduling, contact Paige at paigesplanet.info@gmail.com.

Climate and the Arts

Age: 10th Grade (suitable for 9th-11th)

Time: 60-90 minutes per session

Sessions: 2

This unique workshop is designed to educate, challenge, and encourage students to create. Students will take an in depth look at what factors contribute to the climate and the challenges we face today regarding climate change, how the ocean affects climate change, and how people are affected both now and in the future. Through live animal interaction, they will learn how our animal neighbors can be affected by climate change as well. They will be lead through the process of taking what they learned and creating theatrical art pieces designed to educate and affect change in others.

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