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Springtime Body Percussion Rhythm…

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Springtime Body Percussion Rhythm L1 Play Along Activity: Video, Google Apps

$5.50

Springtime Body Percussion Rhythm play along activity video is so fun! The springtime characters (frog, bird, butterfly, bee and squirrel) will have your students hopping, clapping, flapping, patting, & marching ta and ti-ti rhythms. And the animated video and audio directions make for easy teaching! Turn on the video and let your students move to the rhythms! Primary students will love the cute graphics and engaging video presentation. Use the Google slides online or in person for creating patterns. Like flashcards? Me too! Use the flashcards in stations and centers. So many options for a variety of activities as listed in the teacher guide.

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Springtime Body Percussion Rhythm play along activity video is so fun! The springtime characters (frog, bird, butterfly, bee and squirrel) will have your students hopping, clapping, flapping, patting, & marching ta and ti-ti rhythms. And the animated video and audio directions make for easy teaching! Turn on the video and let your students move to the rhythms! Primary students will love the cute graphics and engaging video presentation. Use the Google slides online or in person for creating patterns. Like flashcards? Me too! Use the flashcards in stations and centers. So many options for a variety of activities as listed in the teacher guide.

RESOURCE INCLUDES:

Activity Video

Presentation

Google Slides presentation and drag & drop images

Teacher Guide with Activities

Flash Cards of each action- Body percussion actions are clap, hop, flap, pat, march.

USE THIS RESOURCE:

Easy to use online in the virtual classroom as the directions are already in the video!

Use the flashcards and google slides in smaller groups and at stations.

Use the presentation to teach the actions.

Perfect for a SUB TUB activity.

HOMESCHOOL: Use this activity with your preschool and younger elementary children. The video has audio directions so your children can do it “alone”. It’s a great activity to help your children experience the steady beat through movement.

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