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The Five Senses | The Dr. Binocs Show | Educational Videos For Kids
 
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Learn about the Five Senses with Dr. Binocs. Hey kids! Here's Dr. Binocs with a bag of five senses. Do you know what are the five senses of a human being? Have you ever wondered how important are your eyes, ears, nose, tongue and skin? Join Dr. Binocs as he tells you more about the five senses. Share on Facebook - http://goo.gl/hI8LpP Tweet about this - http://goo.gl/yh0ZBV Catch More Of Dr.Binocs - https://goo.gl/SXhLmc To Watch Popular Nursery Rhymes Go To - https://goo.gl/CV0Xoo To Watch Alphabet Rhymes Go To - https://goo.gl/qmIRLv To Watch Compilations Go To - https://goo.gl/nW3kw9 Watch Popular Nursery Rhymes with Lyrics - https://goo.gl/A7kEmO Subscribe : http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=peekaboo Like our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/peekabootv/ Voice-Over Artist: Joseph D'Souza Script Writer: Sreejoni Nag Background Score: Agnel Roman Sound Engineer: Mayur Bakshi Animation: Qanka Animation Studio Creative Team (Rajshri): Kavya Krishnaswamy, Alisha Baghel, Sreejoni Nag Producer: Rajjat A. Barjatya Copyrights and Publishing: Rajshri Entertainment Private Limited All rights reserved.
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Sensory Poems
 
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This video is about Sensory Poems
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Five Senses Fun: Developing Beginning Descriptive Language
 
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Students identify and describe objects using their five senses. For more information go to full lesson plan at http://www.oise.utoronto.ca/balancedliteracydiet/Recipe/50580/. Also go to http://www.LitDiet.org for hundreds of additional free lesson plans and for virtual tours of classrooms.
DIY nature learning activities with Tinkergarten
 
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Tinkergarten turns your local parks into classrooms!
Five Senses Song | Song for Kids | The Kiboomers
 
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The Kiboomers! Five Senses! Kids Songs for Preschool! ★Get this song on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/best-preschool-learning-songs/id1034633786 Watch our ‘Five Senses’ song video and sing along with the kids! 'FIVE SENSES SONG LYRICS' I have two eyes So I can see, And a nose to smell. I have ten fingers That can touch, They do it very well! I have two ears So I can hear, The birds up in the trees. I have a tongue Inside my mouth, To taste the food I eat. I have two eyes So I can see, And a nose to smell. I have ten fingers That can touch, They do it very well! I have two ears So I can hear, The birds up in the trees. I have a tongue Inside my mouth, To taste the food I eat. I have two eyes So I can see, And a nose to smell. I have ten fingers That can touch, They do it very well! I have two ears So I can hear, The birds up in the trees. I have a tongue Inside my mouth, To taste the food I eat. *********** If you enjoy this video, please subscribe to The Kiboomers channel! ********* We're Social, too! facebook: http://facebook.com/kiboomu twitter: http://twitter.com/kiboomu pinterest: http://pinterest.com/kiboomu blog: http://thekiboomers.com ******* Song: "Five Senses Song for Kids" (5 Senses Songs for Kindergarten) Music: The Kiboomers Animation: Mukata Vocals & Arrangement: Christopher Pennington from The Kiboomers
Apraxia of speech therapy - beginning sounds
 
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Great practice as part of a home program for articulation difficulties or apraxia of speech. You can now receive a PDF copy of this book and a link to the song by Barbara Milne by subscribing to my newsletter: http://logopedaspeechtherapy.com
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HOMESCHOOL PLANNING TIME || Astronomy Unit Study || PLAN WITH ME!
 
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Today, I am sharing how I am planning out our Solar System Unit Study for the Fall! I will show you in detail what my planner pages look like, the activities we will try, picture books, reference books, poetry, printables and read out loud books we are incorporating in our Unit Study. This year in our homeschool we will be doing unit studies every season, stay tuned (subscribe) to see how I will be planning our Winter Human Body Unit! Unit studies are a great way to homeschool because it is very hands-on, literature-based, and can easily be done using the Charlotte Mason, Waldorf or Classical homeschooling methods. My ANIMAL UNIT STUDY Video: https://bit.ly/2nTkZac My HOMESCHOOL PLANNER: https://bit.ly/2xGiYWo 💟 CONNECT WITH ME 💟 📷 IG || https://goo.gl/6vPiIB 📚 HNN FB || Homeschool Newbie Network || https://goo.gl/bal3RW ☕ FB Momma Schmooze || https://goo.gl/W6hhQD * * * ABOUT ME My name is Lindsay and I am a homeschool mom to a 5 & 4 year old! On my channel, you will get a little bit of everything from our homeschool journey, homeschool curriculum reviews, planning, hauls, motherhood videos & more! I would love to hear from you all so please connect with me! If you have any questions, please feel free to email me! * * * * * F R E E P R I N T A B L E S M E N T I O N E D * * * * * Solar System packet: https://www.funwithmama.com/printable-packs/ Solar System coloring sheet: https://www.123homeschool4me.com/2015/06/solar-system-worksheets_83.html Moon Journal: https://buggyandbuddy.com/astronomy-kids-moon-journal-free-printable/ * * * * * L I N K S F O R B O O K S M E N T I O N E D * * * * * (amazon aff) Step-By-Step Drawing Book (Activity Books for Little Children): http://a.co/4MJhXAz Indescribable: 100 Devotions for Kids About God and Science: http://a.co/f6PQPZT National Geographic Book of Nature Poetry: http://a.co/djrrz1R There's No Place Like Space: All About Our Solar System (Cat in the Hat's Learning Library): http://a.co/3KvKsby Melissa & Doug Solar System 48 pcs Floor Puzzle: http://a.co/d7OMg2B First Space Encyclopedia (DK First Reference): http://a.co/4PnDfJk ** GET 15% OFF using Thriftbooks.com link: https://www.thriftbooks.com/share/?code=YHAWiqdZjIN2jYnQkahjWw%253d%253d * * * * * MORE HOMESCHOOL VIDEOS * * * * * INDESCRIBABLE DEVOTIONAL FLIP THROUGH: https://bit.ly/2thJGPY 20 EASY READING LESSONS FLIP THROUGH: https://bit.ly/2tgMaxT HOMESCHOOL DOLLAR TREE HAUL: https://bit.ly/1kcta6h HOMESCHOOL HOME TOUR: https://bit.ly/2H3Syya BEST 2017 HOMESCHOOL BOOKS: https://bit.ly/2H78zUf MY HOMESCHOOL PLANNER SET UP: https://bit.ly/2JQuEIl 2017-2018 CURRICULUM (BOOKSHARK UNBOXING): https://bit.ly/2IWRcG3 For business inquiries or product reviewing please contact me at mommaschmoozereviews@gmail.com FTC Disclaimer: *This video is NOT sponsored. I love sharing my favorite products with you all on YouTube. Sometimes I have products sent to me for review for my honest opinion.
ASMR Lesson Prep
 
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Come along side as I whisper and prepare for an upcoming lesson. A simple time of study in 1 Samuel 17. Enjoy :)
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ASMR - How to Analyze Poetry (Educational)
 
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Hey guys! I don't know how well this is going to go over, but I've decided to start an educational line of ASMR videos, alongside regular role plays and WoW-themed videos, starting with this one, in which we will discuss the basics of closely analyzing poems! I plan to cover many other topics dealing with English and creative / academic writing, throughout the series :] This video: 0:00-3:00 Introduction & Language Disclaimer 3:01-6:57 Begin lesson / Advice for English students, poets, & hobbyists 6:58-10:06 Reading "There's a Grandfather's Clock in the Hall" by Robert Penn Warren 10:07-22:35 Discussion: how to analyze a poem, exclusive of knowledge beyond the poem itself, ft. RPW's poem as an example 22:36-34:14 Reading an example of a strong, close poem analysis (self-written) 34:15-40:20 Discussion of analysis, guidance on execution 40:21-46:47 Wrapping up, recap, final thoughts! * I hope that this video is relaxing, as well as being educational! I hold my degree in English, with a focus in creative writing, which I attained at an accredited university. I have been lucky enough to be nominated for multiple poetry awards, selected for multiple publications across the country, and been able to speak as a featured poet at a variety of collegiate and regional venues (which, as an Aspie, was terrifying, albeit an honor). The poem featured within belongs to one of my favorite poets/authors, Robert Penn Warren, but the essay analysis spoken later on is written by my hand, and is my own intellectual property. I strongly discourage plagiarism of any sort, and I am happy to help anyone with their questions, if I can! I'd rather you ask than cheat, and I love teaching! :] warm listening! love, elo ** Instagram: @elo_asmr - https://www.instagram.com/elo_asmr/ Twitter: @eloASMR - https://twitter.com/eloASMR Patreon: elo ASMR - https://www.patreon.com/user?u=10766916 PayPal Donations (any payment form): https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=68XAJDAXY2VFS PayPal Donations (PayPal only): https://paypal.me/eloASMR Reddit: @ u/eloASMR :) **
Views: 796 elo ASMR
TOP 10 CRAFT SUPPLIES FOR HOMESCHOOLERS
 
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Homeschooling can be fun, enjoyable and artist as much as it's academic. I'll show you my Top 10 must have craft tools to make your homeschool more artsy and crafty. These are not the tools you are expecting...no pom-poms or glue sticks in this list! Want to see the videos in which I use my Silhouette Cameo to make one-of-a-kind lapbooks and more? Check it out here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PyO9nEBSGdg&list=PLJxUV0rOnlxxkXngjSgyZoWqVZCKkQ0QY Want to see all the homeschool lessons in which we use Distress Inks? Check them out here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=33LKs3oyemw&list=PLJxUV0rOnlxzobX89g6VmPAMTvDJNCQNh Where can you find all these crafty wonders? Watercolor paper: http://www.dickblick.com/products/fabriano-studio-watercolor-pads/ Distress Inks: http://www.dickblick.com/search/?q=distress%20inks&unbxd_x=0&unbxd_y=0&unbxd_sp_cs=UTF-8&unbxd_s=unbxd CutterPillar Pro: https://www.amazon.com/CutterPillar-Pro-ABS-Paper-Trimmer/dp/B0100J9GQ4 Silhouette Cameo: http://www.dickblick.com/products/silhouette-cameo-3-electronic-cutting-tool/ Non-Stick Scissors: http://www.dickblick.com/products/fiskars-non-stick-scissors/ Share pics of your projects with me! https://twitter.com/PepperandPine https://www.instagram.com/pepperandpine/ https://www.facebook.com/pepperandpine https://www.pepperandpine.com
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Summer Homeschool Plans / Reading/Science/Nature
 
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Hi guys... hope you enjoy seeing what I have planned to do with my kiddos this summer while daddy is working ;o) Plans can change or I might even add more but for now this is what I have up my sleeve lol Thank you for watching and as always please subscribe to stay in touch. Summer Brain Quest Book: https://www.amazon.com/Summer-Brain-Quest-Between-Grades/dp/0761189181/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1497469360&sr=8-3&keywords=summer+brain+quest Kidstir Unboxing: https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=Ml-reIUt_Ao Poetry Tea Time: https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=kN4qn5-cHIo Our Science Center: https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=LtxFu75IJuk Any questions please comment down below! Find us on instagram! We share a lot more of our HS journey there: https://www.instagram.com/boyboss_mama/ ______________________________________ A little about me: Hi I am Jairy (pronounced Heidi)! I am a mommy of 3 adorable hairy boys. Two of which I have been homeschooling since 2014 and totally love it. I married my best friend over ten years ago and am a christian who believes in second chances. I hope you subscribe to stay connected and follow our HS journey. I share videos randomly during the week but mostly on Tuesdays. Here you'll see homeschool life, mommy life, collabs, tag videos and more. THANKS FOR STOPPING BY!
Views: 383 BoyBoss Mama
ASMR - How to Analyze Poems in a Larger Context, beyond the poem itself (Educational)
 
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Hey guys! Welcome to our second educational ASMR video! Today, we will discuss the basics of analyzing poems, specifically when you are working to contextualize the poem on a greater scale - considering it within its cultural, historical, and sociopolitical environments, for example. I plan to cover many other topics dealing with English and creative / academic writing, throughout the series, and I hope you enjoy this one! :] This video: 0:00-3:15 Welcome & brief run-down 3:16-6:12 Reading "Spring and All [by the Road to the Contagious Hospital]" by William Carlos Williams 6:13-14:45 Briefly explaining the Canon, and introducing the next poem / author 14:46- 16:55 Reading "The Weary Blues" by Langston Hughes 16:56-19:39 Background before reading an example analysis essay 19:40-50:16 Reading a strong example analysis essay, comparing and contextualizing the aforementioned poems (self-written) 50:17-55:35 Encouragement about executing such an essay & key tips about succeeding in school 55:36-1:28:29 Discussing actually HOW to execute such an essay successfully, as well as the evolution of the 5 paragraph essay (transitioning from high school to university-level work, and what the differences are). VERY in-depth explanation on how to structure your essay and do a great job! * I hope that this video is relaxing, as well as being educational! I hold my degree in English, with a focus in creative writing, which I attained at an accredited university. I have been lucky enough to be nominated for multiple poetry awards, selected for multiple publications across the country, and been able to speak as a featured poet at a variety of collegiate and regional venues (which, as an Aspie, was terrifying, albeit an honor). The analysis essay spoken in this film is written by my hand, and is my own intellectual property. I strongly discourage plagiarism of any sort, and I am happy to help anyone with their questions, if I can! I'd rather you ask than cheat, and I love teaching! :] warm listening! love, elo ** Instagram: @elo_asmr - https://www.instagram.com/elo_asmr/ Twitter: @eloASMR - https://twitter.com/eloASMR Patreon: elo ASMR - https://www.patreon.com/user?u=10766916 PayPal Donations (any payment form): https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=68XAJDAXY2VFS PayPal Donations (PayPal only): https://paypal.me/eloASMR Reddit: @ u/eloASMR :) **
Views: 1290 elo ASMR
Using Sensory Language
 
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5 minute video. Practice using sensory language in writing
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Everything you need to write a poem (and how it can save a life) | Daniel Tysdal | TEDxUTSC
 
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You're a poet and Daniel Tysdal is about to show it. Daniel will walk you through his writing process to showcase the Power of Poetry to help us remember, grieve and celebrate. Daniel Tysdal has been a Senior Lecturer in the Department of English at UTSC since 2009. He is the author of three books of poetry and the poetry textbook, The Writing Moment: A Practical Guide to Creating Poems (Oxford University Press 2014). He is the recipient of multiple awards for his work and his research interests include creative writing and poetry. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Grade 3 Nature Art inspired by Barbara Reid
 
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Environmental art inspired by Barbara Reid
Write a poem in under 10 minutes - fun interactive video for kids (Simon Mole)
 
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Download a free workshop plan that uses my videos alongside other games activities here: http://www.simonmole.com/free-poetry-resources/ This video focuses on quickly generating sensory descriptive language, and takes young writers through a series of simple prompts to turn their favourite word into a "character poem". I've had a lot of success using this with small groups of year 5 or 6 children working independently, but I also know it works well with a whole class of any primary year group, provided they are being taken through it by a teacher or TA. Most kids will probably get the most from this activity if they've done a quick warm up first, for example the game "yes, and..." which you can find here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cninAGtPKsE&t=1s If you’ve got any feedback or questions about the channel, or are interested in booking me for a school performance or workshop then the best way to get in touch is via email: simonmolespokenword@gmail.com But I’m also on social media if that’s easier: https://www.facebook.com/simonmolepoet/ @si_mole Using a series of prompts in this way to almost instantly come up with a draft of a poem is a popular approach amongst poet-facilitators. Working with character in this way is something I first experienced in person at Keats House in a workshop run by Aoife Mannix. I've been developing and adapting her prompts in my sessions ever since so a big shout out to Aoife for that initial inspiration. She's published 4 collections of poetry and a novel, and her writing is as fantastic as her workshops and you can find out more about her here: http://www.aoifemannix.co.uk/
Human Sense Organs | Learn about five Senses
 
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We have 5 senses in our body.The 5 Senses interpret the world around us as we can find out and grasp whatever is happening around us. They are: Sense of Sight - Eyes Sense of Taste - Tongue Sense of Sound - Ears Sense of Touch - Skin Sense of Smell - Nose This video explains all about our 5 senses. #Education #Science #KidsVideo #FiveSenses #SenseofSight #SenseofTaste #SenseofSound #SenseofTouch #SenseofSmell For more videos go to: https://www.youtube.com/user/learningjunction/videos Stay tuned for more videos.
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Traditional Spanish Poem: "La llave de Roma" - Calico Spanish Songs for Kids
 
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http://CalicoSpanish.com Copyright 2012. Kids Immersion, LLC In this video, students see and hear a modified version of a traditional poem that was originally used as the foundation of a memory game. The poem repeats twice on the video to emphasize the circular nature of the poem spiraling listeners in an infinite loop. To watch this video at your own pace, without audio, check out this version on Prezi: http://prezi.com/rkzodx8u4mgw/la-llave-de-roma/ To play the orignal game using this poem, a group of children gather in a circle. Each child says one line of the poem and then the next child says both the first and second lines, the third child must say the first three lines, and so on. (We modified the original poem to emphasize various prepositions of location for use with a lesson on prepositions found in level 2 of the Calico Spanish curriculum). Topics: Prepositions of location, house and home vocabulary, city, town, streets and neighborhoods. Calico Spanish offers a comprehensive, kid-friendly curriculum that engages all types of learners with our multi-sensory design. Our programs provide students with a wealth of comprehensible input and scaffolded lesson plans that build on the most cutting-edge foreign language education technology. We combine teacher-student interaction with differentiated lesson elements, unique music and stunning visuals to create a learning experience that students retain easily. Find out more about how your students can benefit from the Calico Spanish programs today! Learn more at http://calicospanish.com or buy the music on iTunes: https://goo.gl/MCj7A1. Calico Spanish: See More Smiles. Hear More Spanish. Spanish lyrics: La llave de Roma Ésta es la llave de Roma, y toma. En Roma hay una calle, en la calle una casa adentro de la casa una cocina cerca de la cocina una sala arriba de la sala una alcoba en la alcoba una cama, en la cama una dama. Junto a la cama una mesa, detrás de la mesa una silla, en la silla una jaula, adentro de la jaula un pajarito que dice: Ésta es la llave de Roma, y toma. Calico Spanish: Celebrate Communication. Promote Proficiency. Love Learning.
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Imagery Lesson
 
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Ryan O'Connell teaching a lesson for 5th grade about imagery in music
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A Trip to the Rainforest
 
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Bugs and Insects for Kindergarten,Preschool and Junior kids
 
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In this animated video, kids can learn about different type of bugs, anatomy of insects and difference between arachnids and insects. Spiders are part arachnids family,that is also very well explained. All the information about all types of bugs is explained in an easy way.
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√√ Kenneth Slessor’s Poetry | English | iitutor
 
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https://www.iitutor.com b. 1901 – d. 1971, Australian Poet, Lived in Sydney, which was often the subject of his poetry, Well-known as a poet, journalist, war correspondent, Work represents modernity as well as life and death Slessor in Context of Australian Literature: Slessor, unlike many of his predecessors, focused on the sea and Sydney rather than ‘the bush’. For that reason, Slessor’s poetry is more attuned to a modern view of Australia as a cosmopolitan nation. Slessor was a progressive thinker, despised censorship, and was involved heavily in Australian publishing. Out of time: The narrator in this poem is looking out at the sea, which serves as analogy for life and death. It is in three sections. The first section laments the time and the sea, for ‘ruining moments’. The second section reinforces the tide (and time) comes back, though he is able to resist. In the third section, he is ‘caught’ in the tide and the sea wins. This poem uses a narrative form and symbolism to represent time, mostly using nautical and oceanic references. It ultimately reflects how one cannot resist time the same as one cannot continue to fight the tide. Five Bells: Slessor’s most famous poem is about the death of friend Joe Lynch. It written about ten years after his death. Rather than serving as an elegy, this poem relates to Slessor’s memory where motifs of water (similar to Out of Time) are used to signify time. Uses flashbacks to reflect Lynch’s character when he was alive. Sleep: There are multiple connotations to this poem, as it conceptually deals with notions of life, birth, love, sex, loss and sleep. What these ideas have in common is a sense of ‘abandoning self’, whereby person willingly or otherwise loses control. The poem is rife with imagery, particularly in final stanza with the image of birth. Five Visions of Captain Cook: A series of five poems about the chronology of Cook’s voyage to Australia, culminating in his death. It reflects on his journey with nods to other European explorers. It is a tribute to Cook’s stubborn character, and gives him almost a ‘divine’ quality. Uses sensory language and imagery to gradually instil Cook with a grandiose aura, which is shattered so meekly and ironically upon his death. Sensuality: Exploration of the senses carries on with the modernist fascination with life and death. It uses repetition of enjambment structure to blend a number of devices together, in an attempt to overwhelm the reader. ‘Feeling food, feeling fire’ are repeated to suggest life, and ‘plague, blood in the mouth’ death. The fast pace of the poem merges the two as one. Elegy in a Botanic Gardens: This is an odd poem, which references the study of botany and Latin, love and traditions. It shifts from a romantic view of nature and replaces it with a more nihilistic view, as the poet shifts in attitude from past to present. It is an argument against the institutionalisation of nature, using the Latin imagery of cupid and plant naming to rebel against authority. It reflects the poet agonising over the loss of a past love, and this loss of love could be considered a catalyst for its nihilistic turn.
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Elementary math fun with numbers asmr
 
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Kubla Khan | Poetry Video Project
 
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Video sample for lesson plan on "Kubla Khan" by Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Covers lines 1-27. 1. Palace/dome: Limitless imagination 2. Alph River 3. Measureless Caverns: Limitless imagination/ Sublime 4. Sunless Sea: Dark & frightening imagery 5. Ancient forests and hills 6. Savage, holy place: Dark & frightening imagery 7. Waning moon: Dark & frightening imagery 8. Woman crying for demon lover: Dark & frightening imagery/ supernatural 9. Ceaseless turmoil 10. River/ Thick pants breathing: Nature personified 11. Lifeless ocean: Dark imagery
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Creating Mental Images: Sensory Details
 
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#ccss #poetry #writing See interactive version of the video on touchcast.com: http://www.touchcast.com/kr_ela/Creating-Mental-Images-Sensory-Details
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Spring Activities For Preschoolers
 
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Spring Activities For Preschoolers . . . . . . Spring activities and crafts on Pinterest | Spring Crafts ... https://www.pinterest.com/JeweledRose/spring-activities-and-crafts/ Here you will find tons of Spring activities and crafts for kids! Images for Spring Activities For PreschoolersReport images More images for Spring Activities For Preschoolers Spring Crafts and Children's Activities www.dltk-holidays.com/spring/ Crafts, coloring pages, worksheets, games, puzzles, poems, printables and other activities for celebrating spring with children. 15+ Spring Activities for Kids! - The Imagination Tree theimaginationtree.com/2012/04/15-spring-activities-for-kids.html Apr 3, 2012 - Here are over 20 ideas for keeping the kids busy this Easter time, from sensory play to art activities, planting gardens to discovery eggs! 36 Simple Spring Crafts for Kids - hands on : as we grow handsonaswegrow.com › Crafts Mar 5, 2013 - Get in the mood for spring with some simple spring crafts for kids to make! Simple spring crafts, including rainbows, flowers and the spring ... Spring Theme - Gayle's Preschool Rainbow www.preschoolrainbow.org/preschool-spring.htm Preschool, daycare and pre-k activities for spring that blossom into early childhood lesson plans for teachers who provide young children with active learning ... Spring Season Preschool Activities and Crafts www.first-school.ws › Themes › Science › Seasons Spring season preschool printable activities, crafts, coloring pages, lesson plans suitable for toddlers, preschool and kindergarten. Spring activities for children - Netmums www.netmums.com/activities/spring Spring is the perfect time of year to try some new activities with the children. We've got stacks of ideas to enjoy the season. Spring - Activity Village www.activityvillage.co.uk/spring Spring is a great time to explore nature with your children and many of the activities you will find below are based on the bulbs, blossom and young animals that ... Spring Crafts - Activity Village www.activityvillage.co.uk/spring-crafts Here's our collection of spring crafts for kids! We have crafts featuring spring flowers and creatures of all sorts..
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The Haiku Walkabout - paint with your camera.
 
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The Haiku Walkabout is a multidisciplinary lesson plan where students work through three mediums - painting, poetry and photography - with sensory processing and mindfulness in focus. Produced by Agneta M Lindh. Photo by Agneta M Lindh. Works of Art in the Public domain. Music By Chris Zabriske, Creative Commons Licens (CC BY 4.0) http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Chris_Zabriskie/2009_-_2014/Chris_Zabriskie_-_2009_-_2014_-_10_-_I_Need_to_Start_Writing_Things_Down
Views: 441 Agneta M Lindh
Colors, colors - ¡Colores, colores! - Calico Spanish Songs for Kids
 
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http://CalicoSpanish.com - Copyright 2012. Kids Immersion, LLC Teach your students colors through the use of repeating phrases and vocabulary. Make learning colors an interactive experience for your students by having them guess what color will come next in the video. After the video, have students point out objects in the classroom and say their Spanish color name. Finish the lesson by playing the video again, and having students sing along! Calico Spanish offers a comprehensive, kid-friendly curriculum that engages all types of learners with our multi-sensory design. Our programs provide students with a wealth of comprehensible input and scaffolded lesson plans that build on the most cutting-edge foreign language education technology. We combine teacher-student interaction with differentiated lesson elements, unique music and stunning visuals to create a learning experience that students retain easily. Find out more about how your students can benefit from the Calico Spanish programs today! Learn more at http://calicospanish.com or buy the music on iTunes: https://goo.gl/MCj7A1. Calico Spanish: See More Smiles. Hear More Spanish. Spanish Transcript: Verde, verde, me gusta el verde. Verde, verde es el mejor color. Me gusta el verde, ¿sabes por qué? Es porque mi papá trabaja en el bosque. (2X) Rojo, rojo, me gusta el rojo. Rojo, rojo es el mejor color. Me gusta el rojo, ¿sabes por qué? Es porque mi papá es un bombero. (2X) Blanco, blanco, me gusta el blanco. Blanco, blanco es el mejor color. Me gusta el blanco, ¿sabes por qué? Es porque mi papá es un panadero. (2X) Azul, azul, me gusta el azul. Azul, azul es el mejor color. Me gusta el azul, ¿sabes por qué? Es porque mi papá es un marinero. (2X) Negro, negro, me gusta el negro. Negro, negro es el mejor color. Me gusta el negro, ¿sabes por qué? Es porque mi papá es un minero. (2X) Amarillo, me gusta el amarillo. Amarillo es el mejor color. Me gusta el amarillo, ¿sabes por qué? Es porque mi papá es un taxista. (2X) Anaranjado, me gusta anaranjado. Anaranjado es el mejor color. Me gusta el anaranjado, ¿sabes por qué? Es porque mi papá siembra naranjas. (2X) Colores, colores me gustan los colores. Colores, colores todos lindos son. Me gustan los colores, ¿sabes por qué? Es porque mi papá es un pintor. (2X) English Transcript: Green, green, I like green. Green, green is the best color. I like green; do you know why? It's because my dad works in the forest. (2X) Red, red, I like red. Red, red is the best color. I like red; do you know why? It's because my dad is a fireman. (2X) White, white, I like white. White, white is the best color. I like white; do you know why? It's because my dad is a baker. (2X) Blue, blue I like blue. Blue, blue is the best color. I like blue; do you know why? It's because my dad is a sailor. (2X) Black, black, I like black. Black, black is the best color. I like black; do you know why? It's because my dad is a miner. (2X) Yellow, I like yellow. Yellow is the best color. I like yellow; do you know why? It's because my dad is a taxi driver. (2X) Orange, I like orange. Orange is the best color. I like orange; do you know why? It's because my dad grows oranges. (2X) Colors, colors, I like colors. Colors, colors, all of them are pretty. I like colors; do you know why? It's because my dad is a painter. (2X) Calico Spanish: Celebrate Communication. Promote Proficiency. Love Learning.
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5 Senses Song- The sense of Taste!
 
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I wrote this song for my early elementary science classes to help teach about the sense of taste! (lyrics below). Check out my 5-senses playlist to hear all of the 5 senses songs! http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPLMluya7VvopqFQa28dxvmXXZBajaQ6w See more of my science resources at http://sciencepoems.net LYRICS We got taste, taste, taste, It's really so great, great, great, It's one of 5 senses, Use your tongue to taste! Taste, taste, taste, It's really so great, great, great, It's one of 5 senses, Use your tongue to taste! I taste something sour I taste something salty, I taste something bitter I taste something sweet, Lemons are sour, Pretzels are salty, Poppa's coffee is bitter, But I like sweet! We got taste, taste, taste, It's really so great, great, great, It's one of 5 senses, Use your tongue to taste! Taste, taste, taste, It's really so great, great, great, It's one of 5 senses, Use your tongue to taste! Taste this, Taste that, Clap to the beat, But only taste things That are good to eat! Taste this, Taste that, Clap to the beat, But only taste things That are good to eat! We got taste, taste, taste, It's really so great, great, great, It's one of 5 senses, Use your tongue to taste!
Narrative Poetry | Definition and Examples of Narrative Poetry
 
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Narrative Poetry | Definition and Examples of Narrative Poetry : NARRATIVE POETRY is a form of poetry that tells a story, often making use of the voices of a narrator and characters as well; the entire story is usually written in metered verse. Narrative poems do not have to follow RHYTHMIC PATTERNS. The poems that make up this genre may be short or long, and the story it relates to may be COMPLEX. It is normally DRAMATIC, with objectives, diverse characters, and meter. Narrative poems include epics, ballads, idylls, and lays. Some narrative poetry takes the form of a NOVEL IN VERSE. An example of this is The Ring and the Book by Robert Browning. In terms of narrative poetry, a ROMANCE is a narrative poem that tells a story of CHIVALRY. Examples include the Romance of the Rose or Tennyson's Idylls of the King. Although these examples use MEDIEVAL AND ARTHURIAN materials, romances may also tell stories from CLASSICAL MYTHOLOGY. Shorter narrative poems are often SIMILAR IN STYLE to the short story. Sometimes these short narratives are collected into INTERRELATED GROUPS, as with Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales. Some literatures contain PROSE NARRATIVES, and the Old Norse Sagas include both incidental poetry and the biographies of poets. An example is "The Cremation of Sam McGee" by Robert Service. The Book of the Duchess by Geoffrey Chaucer, The Charge of the Light Brigade by Tennyson, Crank by Ellen Hopkins, The Divine Comedy by Dante, Don Juan by Lord Byron, The Eve of St. Agnes by John Keats, The Hunting of the Snark by Lewis Carroll, Lamia by John Keats and The Faerie Queene by Edmund Spenser are all examples of narrative poetry. .............................................................................. Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Narrative_poetry Background Music: Evgeny Teilor, https://www.jamendo.com/track/1176656/oceans Image Sources: www.pixabay.com www.openclipart.com .................................................................................. Tags: narrative poetry definition narrative poetry examples definition of narrative poetry examples of narrative poetry
Views: 21681 English Literature Hub
My 5 Senses by Samara
 
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Samara had a Kindergarten classroom poetry reading since the audio is a bit low I will post the words below: My 5 Senses by Samara I smell the wind I feel the cold ice I hear the loud shrieking I taste the cold wind I see the wild people
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Class 5 EVS: How to kill mosquitoes which causes malaria? | Malaria (CBSE/NCERT)
 
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Today you will learn about 'Class 5 EVS - Malaria'. The topic we will cover is 'How to kill mosquitoes which causes malaria?'. If you have any doubts let us know in the comments below. Download Toppr App: Andriod Play Store: http://bit.ly/2jTmjef iOS App Store: http://apple.co/2A8pIdz Download Doubts on Chat App: Andriod Play Store:http://bit.ly/2B6w7oy iOS App Store: http://apple.co/2ziAA75 About Toppr: Toppr is an after school learning app for K12 students. Our vision is to personalise education using technology. We cater to the curricular learning needs of students who are preparing for various school board exams, olympiads and scholarship tests as well as for engineering and medical college entrance exams. The award winning Toppr platform leverages 4 methods of learning, each delivering a tailor-made experience for the student: * 2000+ hours of byte sized video lectures * More than half a million information rich practice questions * Instant, always on assisted learning; ask doubts over chat * Massive take-from-anywhere tests, benchmarking performance These modules leverage our proprietary content of over a million learning pieces, that give each student a unique learning path and the best value for the time spent studying. In a market where education is either a walled garden, with those that need help getting the least attention or a "one size fits all" one-to-many content distribution engine; Toppr offers effective learning that works for each and every student. Subscribe to Toppr: https://www.youtube.com/toppr Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/beingToppr Twitter: https://twitter.com/mytoppr Instagram: https://instagram.com/mytoppr LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/toppr-com
Views: 793 Toppr
Indirect ASMR Ramble: Passive ASMR of me talking to myself while looking at recipes
 
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I just love when people talk to themselves, and since I'm a crazy cat lady, I do it all the time. Here, witness the Springbok in her natural habitat, rambling while flipping through cookbooks. Complete with writing sounds and cupcake pictures. Please forgive the shaky cam and janky auto-focus. This was just a trial run and I promise to get the technical issues worked out. Also, I wanted to send major love your way--I got to read through a lot of your messages this weekend in my hotel and it was enormously touching and sweet. I promise to get through more soon, but please know you are all the bright, bright stars in my eyes. Also, any ideas for the "glamping" bachelorette party I'm throwing would be rad! I realize this may be a dangerous question to ask the internet, so nothing about livestock and pillow fights, all right?
Views: 187287 Springbok ASMR
EVS For Class 3 | Learn Science For Kids | Environmental Science | Science For Class 3
 
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Watch Latest Kids Songs ......... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYMK4hTwVoo&list=PLnCcvHTIyuPS_OyjYefDCEazz7ROCGCjH Pebbles present Learn EVS For Class 3. This video teaches Environmental Science with the help of Computer Graphics & Animation supported by excellent voice over, which will help the kids understand Science very easily. Science Basics For Kids. Science Made Easy For Children. Visit Pebbles Official Website - http://www.pebbles.in Subscribe to our Channel – https://www.youtube.com/pebbleslive?sub_confirmation=1 Engage with us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/PebblesChennai Please Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe
Views: 520645 Pebbles live
Transitions, Sit Down Songs by Dr. Jean
 
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Transition time and activities to encourage transitioning from one activity to another are very important to maintaining a good learning environment throughout the school day. These short songs that encourage students to sit down and get ready for the next lesson are good examples that many teachers use. As Dr. Jean travels the country with her song bag and workshops, teachers in those workshops offer ideas from their own classrooms. Here are some examples: TRANSITION SONGS Good Morning, Friends (Kari Collett, Holden, MO) (Tune: “The Farmer in the Dell”) Good morning friends, hello! Good morning friends, hello. Nice to see you, glad you’re here. Good morning friends, hello! Good-Bye Everyone (Kari Collett) (Tune: “The Farmer in the Dell”) Good-bye, everyone. The clock says we’re done. See you ( next school day). Good-bye, everyone. Good News! Start your morning by having each child share one good thing using a complete sentence. The teacher who gave me this tip said at the beginning of the year children struggle with this. She’ll prompt them to think about all the things they have to be grateful for by saying, “Do you have on shoes? Well, that’s a good thing.” “Did you eat breakfast? Well, that’s a good thing.” She said by the end of the year they tend to go on and on so she has to limit them to ONE sentence. You can find more ideas here: http://drjean.org/html/monthly_act/act_2014/01_Jan_css/index.html Kids, parents and teachers could improve learning by singing every day in class and at home. Here are the top ten reasons to SING every day! 1. When you sing your brain emits endorphins, and endorphins make you happy! Emotions are critical to learning. 2. Music is multi-sensory. The more senses you get going to the brain, the more likely the message will get there. 3. Music is powerful for prior-learning. If children are exposed to concepts while singing, it is easier for them to learn when formally introduced. 4. Music nurtures phonemic awareness (alliteration, rhyme, etc.). 5. Songs and chants are a natural way to develop oral language and auditory memory. 6. Poems and songs lay a foundation for fluency and enhance short term memory. 7. Children are able to use their imaginations and create pictures in their brains when they sing. This is an important part of reading comprehension. 8. Repetition is a key to learning. It is much more fun to repeat songs than worksheets! 9. Singing and dancing relieve stress and oxygenate the brain. 10. Through music and movement ALL children can feel successful. A “community of learners” is enhanced when teachers and children enjoy something together!
Views: 9240 Dr. Jean
ASMR Doki Doki Literature club - Yuri Reads Poems (whispering, word repetition triggers)
 
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"natsuki is trash" - yuri TRY ONLINE THERAPY? https://tryonlinetherapy.com/catplant If you're looking for affordable and convenient therapy please check out BetterHelp! (i'm partnered) Support me? https://www.patreon.com/catplant - (if you'd like to help support my channel, this is beyond kind and I truly appreciate it thank you thank you! !!~~~)
Views: 77404 Catplant ASMR
Parts of Plant  -Lesson 1 -Kids--Class 4,Class 5,Grade 4,Grade 5,Students
 
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Visit http://www.makemegenius.com ,one of the best Indian education website for children. See children Science education videos for free
Views: 357260 makemegenius
5 Senses Sing-Along
 
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I wrote this to help my students learn about their 5 senses. Have your students sing-along! (lyrics below!) purchase on itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/five-senses-single/id829525857 LYRICS I have 5 senses, I count those, I use eyes, ears, skin, tongue and nose.... I have 5 senses, I count those, I use eyes, ears, skin, tongue and nose.... My eyes can see, My ears can hear, My skin can touch... So, so much, My tongue can taste, My nose can smell, My 5 senses work really well! Eyes? Sight! Ears? Hear! Skin? Touch! So-so much! Tongue? Taste Nose? Smell! My 5 senses work really well! I have 5 senses, I count those, I use eyes, ears, skin, tongue and nose.... I have 5 senses, I count those, I use eyes, ears, skin, tongue and nose.... My eyes can see, My ears can hear, My skin can touch... So, so much, My tongue can taste, My nose can smell My 5 senses work really well! Eyes? Sight! Ears? Hear! Skin? Touch! So, so much! Tongue? Taste Nose? Smell! My 5 senses work really well! I have 2 ears, I have 1 nose, I have 2 eyes, I open and close... I have one tongue, For tasting tastes, And my skin's covering, almost everyplace! I have 5 senses, I count those, I use eyes, ears, skin, tongue and nose... My eyes can see, My ears can hear, My skin can touch... So, so much, My tongue can taste, My nose can smell, My 5 senses work really well! I have 5 senses, I count those, I use eyes, ears, skin, tongue and nose.... I have 5 senses, I count those...
PRESCHOOL - (801) 447-2527 - Preschool Salt Lake City
 
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http://www.ReidSchool.com Salt Lake City PreSchool. Private Preschool - Reid School - Salt Lake City Private school serving Salt Lake City, call (801) 447-2527. Reid School offers customized instruction that allows for higher academic scores among students. Reid is the first private school to be totally dedicated to the use of Exemplary Center for Reading Instruction (ECRI) instructional methods. These methods have been validated by a panel of educators at the U.S. Department Of Education as being Significantly Superior to other reading and language arts programs throughout the United States. The Preschool Program is designed for children ages 3-5, and it continues to build upon the core developments that were introduced in the Early Preschool Program. Parents of children in our Preschool Program are regularly invited to join us in the classroom to observe curricular activities and enjoy our musical and dramatic programs Reid Preschool is divided into two parts: an Early Preschool (a Parent-and-Infant Program for parents and children of six months to thirty-six months of age) and a Preschool Program for three to five-year olds. The Early Preschool Program consists of eight major divisions: (1) large-muscle coordination activities, (2) small-muscle coordination activities, (3) sensory stimulation to increase the oral language of children, (4) phonemic awareness, (5) listening to poetry and good children's literature, (6) number awareness and math readiness, (7) concept development, and (8) music and rhythm. Parents learn to work with their children at home as they are taught at school. The Preschool program for three- to five-year olds provides instruction in the genre of literature, phonics, reading, spelling, penmanship, comprehension, mathematics, oral language, science, social studies, music, rhythm, and art. Children have a snack each session while they memorize poetry and study geography. Students are taught sound symbol correspondence as they learn to write and read new words. They develop a broadened, almost sophisticated vocabulary during oral language instruction which enables them to describe how they learn. Science, mathematics, and social studies concepts are introduced through an eight-step process. The children love to learn. Parents particularly enjoy the students' musical and dramatic programs. Early Start today continues to develop a firm literacy foundation for preschoolers and kindergartners on which reading and mathematics skills are built. The curriculum includes concept development, literature, oral language activities, science and social studies units, rhythm and movement activities, and a comprehensive fine arts program. Children are actively involved as they learn. Early Start builds on children‘s current knowledge and abilities. Because of Early Start‘s uniqueness in individualized instruction, it develops positive feelings toward learning. Its flexibility for teachers creates confidence for students and promotes success without pressure. The program fosters exploration and inquiry and develops reasoning, problem solving and decision making. In the Preschool Program, we will focus on strengthening: Oral language development Genre recognition Fitness activities, i.e. pre-tumbling and animal walks Beginning reading and handwriting skills To help in the child’s development during the preschool years, we utilize sensory stimulation activities such as poetry, music, and creative arts. We also implement arithmetic programs intended to help children think in new ways and prompt further social development. Also referred to as “Enriching a Child’s Literacy Environment” (ECLE), our Early Preschool Program is designed for children between the ages of 6 months and 36 months. The program is offered to both parents and children, thus allowing for parents to work with their children at home while the children are simultaneously taught in the classroom. There are 8 major divisions in the Early Preschool Program. Activities geared toward: increasing large-muscle coordination increasing small-muscle coordination sensory stimulation and oral language phonemic awareness and reading preparedness poetry and children’s literature number alertness concept development music and rhythmic movements The positive long-term effects of preschool education include: increased achievement test scores, decreased grade repetition and special education rates, increased educational attainment, higher adult earnings and improvements in social and emotional development and behavior. Evidence is so clear [that] the opportunities to learn, and learning that takes place, in this age range are simply more important than at other ages, for the long-term well-being of individuals, families, and communities. Preschool https://youtu.be/ey6e2ATN7KY
Views: 313 Reid School
Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh - The Heart of the Buddha's Teaching
 
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Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh is a global spiritual leader, poet and peace activist, revered throughout the world for his powerful teachings and bestselling writings on mindfulness and peace. His key teaching is that, through mindfulness, we can learn to live happily in the present moment—the only way to truly develop peace, both in one’s self and in the world. Thich Nhat Hanh has published over 100 titles on meditation, mindfulness and Engaged Buddhism, as well as poems, children’s stories, and commentaries on ancient Buddhist texts. He has sold over three million books in America alone, some of the best-known include Being Peace, Peace Is Every Step, The Miracle of Mindfulness, The Art of Power, True Love and Anger. Thich Nhat Hanh has been a pioneer in bringing Buddhism to the West, founding six monasteries and dozens of practice centers in America and Europe, as well as over 1,000 local mindfulness practice communities, known as ‘sanghas’. He has built a thriving community of over 600 monks and nuns worldwide, who, together with his tens of thousands of lay students, apply his teachings on mindfulness, peace-making and community-building in schools, workplaces, businesses – and even prisons – throughout the world. Thich Nhat Hanh, is a gentle, humble monk – the man Martin Luther King called “An Apostle of peace and nonviolence.” The media has called him “The Father of Mindfulness,” “The Other Dalai Lama” and “The Zen Master Who Fills Stadiums.”
Views: 1930 Audiobooks of Wisdom
Five Senses Lesson for Grade 1 Kids | Learn About Your Five  Senses
 
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Learn about all the five senses at www.turtlediary.com.
Views: 21781 Turtlediary
How to Use Metaphor in Songwriting and Creative Writing
 
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Discover Which Berklee Online Courses Are Right for You with a Free Course Catalog — Download Now: https://berkonl.in/2wuZ6ky In this free online writing tutorial, Berklee College of Music professor and Berklee Online instructor Caroline Harvey offers advice for using metaphor in your songwriting and creative writing. About Berklee Online: Berklee Online is the continuing education division of Berklee College of Music, delivering online access to Berklee's acclaimed curriculum from anywhere in the world, offering online courses, certificate programs, and degree programs. Contact an Academic Advisor today: 1-866-BERKLEE (US) 1-617-747-2146 (international callers) advisors@online.berklee.edu http://www.facebook.com/BerkleeOnline http://www.twitter.com/BerkleeOnline http://www.instagram.com/berkleeonline/ About Caroline Harvey Caroline Harvey is an assistant professor in the Liberal Arts department at Berklee College of Music, in addition to being a writer, performer, and somatic therapist. She teaches and performs poetry nationwide, and is the creator of two original voice curricula, Free Your Voice™ and Embodied Poetics™. She was featured in two documentaries and appeared on Season 5 of HBO's Def Poetry. A past member and coach of multiple Poetry Slam Teams, Harvey has been a part of victories on both national and regional stages. Most recently, she helped the Berklee College of Music Slam Team win the "Spirit of Slam" award at the 2010 Collegiate National Poetry Slam. She has performed with Alicia Keys, Mos Def, John Legend, Reggie Gibson, Joshua Bennett, Donna De Lory, and others, and is honored to have been featured at schools and organizations such as YouthSpeaks, The Esalen Institute, Bristol Community College, Northeastern University, University of California at Berkeley, and University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA). Harvey was awarded a BFA in Theater from Boston University where she graduated Summa Cum Laude and won the Dean's Award for Academic Excellence. Her stage directorial debut dealt with the work of poet Anne Sexton and was chosen for review by the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival. She later earned a Master's degree in Dance from UCLA's Department of World Arts and Cultures. Harvey's writing, which explores ideas of the sacred and tracks her belief that even the fiercest traumas contain within them the capacity for profound healing and beauty, has been published in various literary journals and anthologies including the 2005 National Poetry Slam Anthology High Desert Voices and the Harvard publication The Charles River Review. She is currently working on a new collection of poems based on the women Salvador Dali painted and a book about her most recent travels in Asia and Central America.
Views: 29577 Berklee Online
ASMR: What's In My Bag - Whispers and Trigger Sounds
 
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Hey guys! Today I decided to make a spontaneous ASMR version of the What's in My Bag tag! This includes whispers, zipper sounds, pleather sounds, liquid shaking sounds, page turning sounds, reading, camera brushing, tapping, scratching, and much more! Please excuse my weird hair in this video lol. Let me know if you want me to do any other tag videos. Enjoy and subscribe :) ~asmrbebexo Follow me on Twitter! @asmrbebexo For business inquiries use the following email address: asmrbebexo@gmail.com **ASMR, or Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response, is the tingling feeling you get in your scalp, neck and limbs when triggered by certain auditory, visual, or cognitive stimuli. It can also be used to induce a state of relaxing euphoria or even to fall asleep. It has been reported that ASMR has helped soothe the effects of PTSD, insomnia, anxiety, and much more. Common triggers include: soft spoken or whispered voices, close up personal attention, tapping or scratching, crinkling plastic, hair brushing, roleplays, watching someone create art or perform a task, and much much more! Explore the world of ASMR, it is wonderful! I hope my channel can help you with your needs and bring you to a state of bliss :)
Views: 24440 asmrbebexo
What Does It Mean To Appeal To The Senses?
 
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What Does It Mean To Appeal To The Senses? KNOW MORE ABOUT What Does It Mean To Appeal To The Senses? Phrase meaning to appeal the senses english language what does it mean senses? Youtube. For example, if i say, sharon looked deep into roger's eyes, what does that mean to the reader? Will she actually be able imagine eyes? Not unless knows his eye color, and probably these retailers have strength of dedicated merchandising teams, but doesn't small independent stores can't borrow some their best ideas. Meaning of appealing to the senses david farland increasing your sales by five tru vue, incmaking event appeal all talking tree creative. It is full of strong 14 sep 2009 the most successful copywriting uses descriptors that appeal to consumers' five senses smell, touch, taste, sight and soundthe reason copy must simple 1 verb if you appealto someone do something, make a serious urgent request them. A type of figurative language that makes a comparison using like or as the use words to imagery sensory details appealing five senses (taste, touch, smell, hearing, and sight). A theme may be directly flat character a generally does not develop throughout the course of story. Seeing, hearing, tasting, smelling, and touching should all be carefully considered during the planning process in order to make an basically that smell, taste, looks or sound of object is appealing 7 oct 2014 appeal senses with sensory words means urgent request for something necessary desired. To request donations for a charity is an example of appeal. Stackexchange questions to appeal the senses "imx0m" url? Q webcache. Yourdictionary definition and usage elsa grows up confined by her power sense of duty, anna saddened rebellious in reaction to their estrangement. To intrigue customers top definitionfinding someone appealing through their sense, either by basic senses or sense of wisdom. Get a sense appeal mug for 25 jan 2017 event attendees demand more engagement now than ever before. The representation of ideas or moral principles by means symbolic characters, events, objectsthe use descriptive language that appeals to the reader's sensesthe sequence 9. You've got the kind of sense appeal that i'm interested in. Examples are always the main senses that this poem's imagery appeal to sight and hearing. To appeal to all senses definition. A perfume that smells good is an example of something appeals to your sense smell. Why should marketers utilize sensory marketing? New research on the concept of embodied cognition suggests. Appeal is defined as to be pleasing or interesting. Also known as appeal to somebody's better nature sense of justice etc meaning, definition, what is try persuade someone do somethi learn more in fact, sometimes writers think that they are appealing reader's sense, but aren't really. Sensory marketing how to appeal your customers through all. By literaturemaster december 18, 2010get the mug. Their ideas and tactics all have one thing in common; They create
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Red Jelly
 
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Creative play classes, parties and events for children under seven. Kids come along with their parents or carers to play with art, explore natural and recycled materials and make lots of mess! Different themes and activities, including 'Blast Off', 'Tracks on the Farm', 'Roar like a Dinosaur', 'Knights & Princesses' and 'Deep in the Jungle', offer children the chance to decorate giant cardboard structures, huge wall murals and large floor collages; and explore messy tray materials like foam, jelly, gloop, water, sand, sludge and slime and compost. Importantly for children, they are in control in a free-flow environment - this increases their confidence and creativity. Parents say they just cannot replicate the activities at home.
Views: 4630 redjam01
ASMR - Making LCHF/Low carb waffles - Soft spoken - Icelandic accent
 
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Hey guys! Finally made a video. I just got done with my FINAL clinical exam so I´ve been pretty busy, can't believe I´ll soon be a nurse! :) In this video I'm making waffles, lchf or low carb style. I tried to make it a bit more natural, and not so overly asmry as I've been into those kind of videos lately. Hope you like it :) Social media: www.facebook.com/ElizabethASMR
Views: 19139 Elizabeth Asmr