This is your ideal kids’ violin bow-hold Lesson! Imagine your students finding bow holds easy, fun and memorable?! Want them to understand the subtle complexities of flexibility, balance and softness in the most creative, simple and hilarious way?
Kids adore the hilarious characters. Diver Thumb must always remember to stay flexibly curved, because the curve is his oxygen tank, so he can survive under water! Find out what happens when Diver Thumb forgets to check his oxygen levels and goes straight and full of tension… will it be a disaster?!
There are two versions to this storybook. The video uses Competitive Pointer as the forefinger character. The PDF alternate version uses Pirate Pointer. You choose which ever one suits your teaching.
The two middle fingers flopped over the bow are the Posh Lady Twins. They just dip their toes in the water because the water is too cold for them to swim in.
Kids roar with laughter when they see Lifeguard Pinky… look at those muscles ha ha ha! The question is, will Lifeguard Pinky be ready for his heroic moment, or will he have fallen asleep and fallen off his look out?!
This is seriously the best kids’ violin bow-hold lesson you can imagine! Kids are happy to have it repeated and you can tell the story ad lib or with the PDF book or the interactive video.
Presenting to you, Pool Rescue, by Laura Carr:
- Pool Rescue Storybook in PDF/PPTX formats.
- Pool Rescue alternate version, interactive video!
- Teachers’ Video Tutorial… super quick I promise. 😉
- Quiz for students printable.
Your kids will ALWAYS remember to keep their thumb gently curvy from now on! All you will have to do is ask them the question… “Is Diver Thumb breathing?!!” Trust me, your kid’s will never forget their violin bow-hold again!
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