Bones or No Bones?

Learners move to music and study bones and their purpose. When the music plays slow, gentle sounds the students have NO bones and their bodies are like Jello or an egg that has been cracked open on the floor . When the music changes to fast, strong sounds they grow bones to be able to move their legs, arms, make shapes, walk, march, gallop, etc.

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