Let's talk interactive rhythm activities. There's so many ways to engage students in reading, playing and writing rhythms. Interactive rhythm ideas for the elementary music classroom.
Dinosaurs used to roam the earth, and now they can stomp, soar, and roar in your classroom too. “I Am a Dinosaur” is an engaging action song you can use for a brain break or as part of your science curriculum. It’s easy to learn and your students will love doing the actions and singing this song during dinosaur activities. Not only will you get a video to teach the song, but there are coloring and writing sheets too!
Nothing’s more fun than a dinosaur Freeze Dance activity for your Preschool through 3rd grade students. Whether in music class, P.E., or other classes, students love to FREEZE DANCE!
Today I’m sharing some dinosaur music, movement and literacy activities for preschool through first grade children.
Mother's Day literacy and music activities for preschool through 8 years old.
Springtime Freeze Dance is perfect for Spring, April and Springtime themed activities. Take a brain break and move and freeze with Springtime friends. Freeze dance activities are perfect for everyone! Freeze dance brain break activities foster student engagement, listening, emotional health and brain connections as students have fun! Be sure to use the Springtime Freeze Dance!
Spring Rhythm activities for the elementary music classroom.
Let’s “Celebrate Earth Day” with an action song that students can sing and move to in any classroom. EASY TO LEARN This Earth Day song has easy lyrics to learn and fun actions your students will love to do. CONNECT SCIENCE AND LITERACY Connect literacy, science and music using this song in your classes to help your students remember why we celebrate Earth Day.
Spring scarf activity for music and movement classes. Children love to move with scarves and music. This Spring scarf video with music will keep your active students moving in the right direction. Use this activity in music class, preschool, elementary and homeschool. Scarf activities are a great brain break and give students a chance to exercise. Students can stand in their own space or dance around their living rooms while exercising gross and fine motor muscles. Use the video in your virtual classrooms for March music and movement activities. Perfect for PreK-3 students.
Easter Music and movement activities for children. Movement Activities foster student engagement, listening, emotional health and brain connections as students have fun!