Everyone loves spring and everyone will love this spring scarf movement activity video.
WHY SCARF ACTIVITIES HELP YOUR STUDENTS
Children love to move with scarves and music. This Spring scarf video with music will keep your active students moving in the right direction.
Honestly, scarf activities are a great brain break and give students a chance to exercise and release tension.
Scarf activities are perfect for the P.E., Music, Special Education, Preschool, Kindergarten and First Grade Teachers.
Scarf movement activities increase Reading skills because they help students with tracking, concept identification, visualization, and sequencing.
Movement is a powerful learning tool, particularly for students who are bodily-kinesthetically inclined.
Perfect for exercising and developing gross motor skills.
HOW TO USE THIS ACTIVITY
Students can stand in their own spaces or dance around their living rooms while exercising gross and fine motor muscles.
Use this activity in music class, preschool, elementary and homeschool.
Use the video in your virtual classrooms for Spring music and movement activities. Perfect for PreK-3 students.
Here’s the short list:
- Brain Breaks
- Music Class activities
- P.E. Classes
- Reward Days
- Rainy Days
Here’s some more ideas on how to use scarf activities!
Children love to wave scarves around. Use a towel, bandana, scarf, tissue wrapping paper, washcloth- even a tissue in this activity. You will love having the rules and directions as well as the specific movements for optimal gross motor action!
Movement activities encourage brain connections and help children in so many ways!
SPRING SCARF ACTIVITY
Like scarf activities? Sing Play Create offers scarf activities for every month of the year.
MORE APRIL and SPRING MUSIC & MOVEMENT ACTIVITIES:
- “Shake Your Egg Any Color” Creative Movement Activity
- Game Song “Where’s the Easter Egg?”
- April Music Class Worksheets
- April Music Class Bundle of Lessons
- Vocal Explorations: Garden Themed-Animated
- Vocal Explorations: Bug Themed-Animated
- Game Song “Let’s Plant a Garden” Orff Arrangement
- Music and Movement Lesson “Funny Little Bunny”
I’m hoping this scarf activity will be a fun movement break for your students.
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