Toss a bean bag now? Sure! TOSS and CATCH activities help students with eye hand coordination, fine motor skills and gross motor skills and help them transition, or take a break. Use these fun Halloween Bean Bag Activities during your Halloween music activities.
Toss a bean bag now? Sure! TOSS and CATCH activities help students with eye hand coordination, fine motor skills and gross motor skills and help them transition, or take a break. Use these fun Halloween Bean Bag Activities during your Halloween music activities. Why not use a manipulative, a paper cup, a plastic lid, a piece of paper, or bean bags (*as long as you can sanitize them) and still keep your students socially distanced? Halloween is the perfect time for students to burn off some of that excitement- especially this year. There are 9 actions – 7 of these actions are “1 person” actions. Students can do the actions with a mask on too! All you’ll need is your favorite Halloween tunes and you’ll be able to give your students a break, a movement activity, or a workout! Best for Kinders and up!
HOW TO USE:
Virtual Classroom? No problem! Give your students 20 seconds to find something they can toss!
Show the pictures and turn on your favorite Halloween tunes.
In the classroom- but socially distancing? Perfect! Students can do this activity with a mask on too!
Use disposable items like small paper cups, knapkins, plastic soda pop lids- anything you’ve recycled, to give your students an opportunity to TOSS and CATCH.
Children need breaks.
Music and movement helps make brain connections.
Helps develop gross and fine motor skills.
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