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Erin Badger-Coffey discovered at a young age that, like many children who are sensorially driven, she learns best through movement. Since 2013, Erin has been supporting early childhood educators by providing arts-integration professional development in the classroom and virtually throughout North Carolina and Virginia as a Wolf Trap Dance/Movement Teaching Artist. Most recently, Erin joined the team of Fellows with A+ Schools of North Carolina. She has been creating and facilitating Arts Integration Workshops for Educators and families. In 2019 she became a Lead Dance Instructor for the Inspire Inclusion Dance program in Charlotte, NC. She worked on the Program Team at Kidznotes from 2019-2022. Erin graduated from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts (UNCSA), where she earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Contemporary Dance.


Residency Walking the Lines to Build Shapes

GRADES: Pre-K – 2

This residency is focused on Geometry for Pre-K through 2nd Grade Classrooms. We will explore dance/movement experiences that are designed to provide students with multiple whole body learning opportunities while learning about lines, basic shapes and attributes of those shapes. Residency will be tied to specific literacy connections as well as current curriculum standards..

Max Participants: 25

Duration: 30-45 minute sessions, 3-5  days needed 

Special Requirements: Enough Space for students to move bodies fully in shared space.

Fees: $125 – $187.50 per session