It’s winter time and I’ve got some fun music and movement activities you can use to help students stay active during the colder weather. These activities can be used as classroom brain breaks, movement activities, and in your virtual and in person classrooms.
WINTER MOVEMENT ACTIVITIES FOR CHILDREN
Now you can build a snowman to music!
“Let’s Build a Snowman” movement activity video is a fun activity you can use with your snowman units, as a winter brain break and as part of a music lesson.
Keep students active during the winter months with this engaging movement activity.
Whether at home, virtual or in the classroom, all ages will enjoy learning the dance and building a snowman to music.
Sing the song, learn the actions, build a snowman- all in one activity video.
You can get the resource here:
“LET’S BUILD A SNOWMAN MOVEMENT ACTIVITY”
You Can purchase the resources by clicking this LINK!
Try this fun scarf activity with your students and children on a cold and snowy day.
I tell my students to grab a scarf, bandana, Kleenex, dish towel or anything soft and floaty!
SNOWMAN DANCE ACTIVITY
I love watching my younger students dance! This song moves quickly. You may want to go through the actions a couple of times before doing the activity.
SNOWMAN EXERCISE ACTIVITY
You’ll definitely want to review the moves to this snowman workout!
He JUMPS, SLIDES, ROLLS, SPINS, TWISTS AND MELTS!
I’m hoping that these movement activities help you during the winter months.
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