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"Presentations are active, engaging,

and not recommended over dining!"


Keynote: Pathways LA


Scarf Play Workshop Break-out

Hacienda Early Childhood Adult School 


In-Service Workshop: Sponsored by CM School Supply


Parent & Workshop and Keynote Promotion - Lassen COED

Educators  ~  Parents  ~  Caregivers  ~  EC Students


Angela presents her keynotes and workshops using a lecture format and PowerPoint display infused with music and movement activities. Her “ah-ha” moments spark creativity and engage participants from both an early childhood-oriented and an adult learner's perspective. The lengths of her presentations vary, as do the activities, depending upon the audience. She speaks to audiences young and old on the subjects of early childhood development, early math, simple science, creativity, and literacy.


Keynotes range from 1- to 2-hours or more, and training can be scheduled for longer. All attendees are encouraged to participate and collaborate in a break-out or two, creating their own memorable experience and sharing ideas as a practical model. Because of the nature of her activities and the high level of audience participation, her training is not recommended while dining.

All music and book titles are available for convention goodie bags at a discounted bulk rate, the purchase of which can supplement her speaking fee.


Her musical activities are free to use in any training or workshop. Simple notify her by email prior to use and be sure to reference her website as the source during your presentation and on the hand-out.

"Body Shakes and Brain Waves: Moving and Learning Through Early Childhood"

Movement and physical activity affects all domains of development and movement-related concepts can be incorporated into learning activities with a positive impact.

"Math, Motion, and Connecting the Thoughts"

 Integrate motor skills, affordable activities, and instructional support to introduce children to mathematical concepts.

"My Shadow Moves with Me: Simplifying Science"

Build on existing foundations and connect STEM concepts in a variety of core subject areas across domains using the physical science of light and shadows as an example.

"Dollar Store STEM: Creative and Affordable Ways to Support Early Learning"

Engage with young children in and around school and home using affordable tools and easy STEM concepts.

"How to Ask Open-Ended Questions: Supporting Thinking, Learning, and Developing"

Focuses on asking open-ended questions to encourage children’s curiosity, creativity, and reasoning skills.

"Jump, Quack, Listen, Scribble, Track: Early Language and Literacy"

Promote young children's interest in language and literacy using their own curiosity, activities, and memorable experiences.


KTOT Kindergarten and Preschool Educators

Houston, TX

Early Childhood Development Workshop


Stanislaus County Office of Education (CA)


Early Childhood Development

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