Martin Luther King Jr. Day Songs and Activities

Martin Luther King Jr. Day is an important historical and cultural even that teachers can celebrate using a variety of songs and activities. Integrating reading, singing, moving, and listening activities helps all children learn through a variety of experiences. That’s why this post includes songs, activities, movement activities, literature selections and teaching ideas to help you celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

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Winter Creative Movement Activities for Children

Although it’s the end of December- there’s January music lessons staring you in the face. SPLAT! Don’t get caught with a snowball in your face. It’s okay to ease students back into the swing of things that first week back from the holidays. Here are some winter creative movement activities for children you can use in January.

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How to Recharge from Teacher Burnout Over the Holidays

How to Recharge from Teacher Burnout over the Holidays This post may find you in a state of burnout after teaching over excited kids in December, holding concerts, end of year grading, and possibly working though sick-. Here are some of my tips on How to recharge from teacher burnout over the holidays.

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Steady Beat and Rhythm Activities for December

Looking for some interactive and engaging ways to teach steady beat and rhythm in your December Music classes? Keep reading because this post will give you specific activities for a complete music lesson using a variety of learning experiences and teaching strategies to reach all learners! (And have fun!)

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