I am a second grade teacher and I was given a copy of the book, “Disco at the Disco” along with a lesson videos to use with my class. I began by showing my students the intro video and I am so glad that I did because I did not realize how many of my students had never heard of a “Disco” or even knew what a “Disco Move” was. After connecting it to history, I read the story for our read aloud time. I modeled how to use expression when reading by changing the sound of my voice to match each sound effect. Students then practiced changing their voices also along with me. They were a little confused by what the dance moves were so I am glad Cherie also included a video on the dance moves which we used as a brain break. They had fun with the dance moves and learned that is it okay to express yourself by the way you dress and the way you dance. I would recommend using this book as a lesson in a music classroom the most because students can practice keeping the beat and learn the history on how and why this type of music/dance was created.