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…
Let's wear green and go find the gold! It's underneath the rainbow!
I think March music lessons can be especially fun with rainbows, Leprechauns and some gold scattered around. That's why I'm sharing some fun music and movement activities you can use in your elementary March music classes.
VALENTINE'S DAY MUSIC ACTIVITIES for the elementary music classroom. Play games, move with scarves, dance and play rhythms with Valentine's Day materials.
Valentine’s Day movement activity and brain break for your “loving” students! Children love to move with scarves and music. No scarves? That’s okay! Have your students follow the valentine monster moves using a tissue, a bandana or their hands. This Valentine’s Day Movement & Music Video activity will help keep your active in music class, take a brain break and 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 February music and movement activities. Perfect for PREK-3 students.
Snowball Fight Brain Break “Snowballs Everywhere” Activity Song can be a fun Bean Bag Toss activity or use recycled white paper, balls, stuffed animals for an easy movement activity or brain break for your students and children.
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…
It’s 2021 and we’ll all look back at the past year with a shake of our heads and maybe a bit of silence. Some of us are teaching online, some…
It's back to school and it's winter, so it's the perfect time to have a couple of "movement activities" up your teaching sleeve. Winter "Snowman Dance" brain break and movement activity can help your students transition back into school or give them a fun way to channel all that energy.
Sing and Play “We Wish You a Merry Christmas”, a favorite Christmas song in your elementary music classes. I'm sharing some ways you can use this Free resource in your classes. There's also tips on how to teach Beat, Rhythm and playing together.