Pikes Peak Pebble Pups

Pikes Peak Pebble Pups

Friday, October 26, 2012

Fossil Rock Anthem

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Note: to start video go to the lower left hand area of the video rectangle.  Look for the triangle on its side that points to the right.  Now click on it just once.  It turns into to bars, side-by-side and the music cranks and the action takes off.

The song parodies "Party Rock Anthem." The song covers the California 7th grade standards on Earth & life history. The song and video are part of a project about the impact of music in science education  interesting. We know that poetry and the art that goes with the poem makes a deep impact on all of thePikes Peak Pebble Pups and Earth Science Scholars. Our group really rocks! Just look at our blog and see our science writing, researched reports, poems, and artwork. Please check this video out and enjoy it. Maybe we should add music to the mix---Steve

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