Let's FREEZE DANCE in the classroom. Connect movement with learning about U.S.A. in social studies or as you teach students to sing "The Star-Spangled Banner" and other patriotic songs. Freeze dance can be an anytime movement activity and brain break for your students. USE the activity for transitions, rewards, to keep students busy while you set up or clean up, rainy day, snow day, recess, assess or work with individual students and in your virtual classrooms.
Looking for some fun Patriotic music and movement activities? Keep reading to get some patriotic music and movement activity ideas you can use for any patriotic holiday.
Connect learning using Ocean themed literacy and music activities. This post shares scarf and freeze dance activities you can use in your classroom for movement activities and freeze dance brain breaks.
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.
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!
It's time to celebrate spring! Right? Good things are bloomin' everywhere and it's time to welcome the flowers and warmer weather with some fun springtime movement activities for your students.
Fun St. Patrick’s Day brain break “The Leprechaun Beat” action song is perfect for your St. Patrick Day activities. Do this St. Patrick’s Day dance activity at home or in your classroom. Easy to learn the actions. “The Leprechaun Beat” is a fun movement activity for St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in any classroom. The actions give students a short gross motor workout too!
Why is St. Patrick's Day a great time to use scarf movement activities? There's many reasons from helping getting out wiggles to strengthening gross motor skills. Keep reading to get…