Connect Math and Music with Scarf Activities. Use these easy ideas in your music, PE , Preschool and Kindergarten activities on how to use scarf activities to teach music and math.
Are you ready for back to school music class? Want a fun ways to greet your students? Here are some fun back to school music activities you can use on the first day of class. Why not have some fun your first day of music class?
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.
“Summertime, Summertime” action song is perfect to kick off your elementary back to school S.E.L & literacy activities.
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.
Today I’m sharing some dinosaur music, movement and literacy activities for preschool through first grade children.
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!
Easter Music and movement activities for children. Movement Activities foster student engagement, listening, emotional health and brain connections as students have fun!
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.