Based on the award-winning children’s series, Animals Get Funky, host Sarahndipity explores early childhood themes through movement, innovation, and playful animal antics. Each episode is set on a whimsical 3D world where a diverse cast of navigators engage viewers with intriguing ideas and imaginative investigations.
Mark your calendars. You won't want to miss these fun dance parties!
To celebrate Mental Health Awareness Month, We Create Heart is DONATING over 1,300 children's books to Colorado Families. We know that together, we THRIVE!
Thanks to Mutual Aid Partners, GJ Mutual Aid, and UUCGV for hosting this event! This is a great opportunity for other nonprofit organizations to stop by and get copies of these books as well.
Our goal is to connect with children and families who could benefit from physical, mental, and socio-emotional support.
We are offering 2 elementary education titles. (Although, we've found that many of our differently-abled friends love these books well into their 20's).
"From A-Z: Animals Get Funky!" which features movements patterns and music. (This book is based on Anne Green Gilbert's "BrainDance" and "Dance Concepts" and is featured her second edition of "Brain Compatible Dance Education". Get those kids moving and grooving!
We are also offering "Animals Get Emotional" which shares "26 Tools for Emotional Well-Being" .
Come join Animals Get Funky! author, Sarahndipity Johnsen, for a book signing and GIVEAWAY!
Are you feeling stressed, anxious, or overwhelmed and wish you had more support? Would you like to learn how to honor and process big feelings?
These 26 TOOLS FOR EMOTIONAL WELL-BEING can be used daily to bring awareness, presence, calm, peace, and release.
Join us for a fun toilet paper role craft class. Sarahndipity Johnsen shares how to make baboons and monkeys out of paper towel and t.p. rolls.
Join Sarahndipity for a fun class learning the ancient art of gestures. It's a great class for all ages to try and practice at home.
Here's an easy way to enjoy a healthy 7 minute movement break.
(See the individual animal videos below).
Enjoy a moment to ground and enjoy cute baby alpacas and fun music from Animals Get Funky!
Ready to bounce? Join us for a fun dance video sharing the dance concept, RHYTHM.
What is the difference between a monkey and an ape? How many different primates can you count?
Practice different dance shapes in this mini-dance class. Let's see your robots and funky chickens!
Sarahndipity teaches rhythm movements in this playful and bouncy dance class. Plus there is a bonus sing-a-long at the end of the video. "No more baboons bouncing on the bed!"