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Plickers 101 - Easy Digital Exit Tickets and More!
Do you use Plickers? It's an amazing (and free) online assessment tool, but up until now, you've had to type in the questions and answers manually. Read the tips in this post and download a free step-by-step tutorial that explains how to make Plickers easy by using task cards for assessment questions. Your kids will LOVE Plickers!
Bright, Rainbow Alphabet Posters
One of my favorite things in my preschool classroom are my alphabet posters. I put magnets on the back so we could take them off the board and use them at anytime!
Instrument Scavenger Hunt: QR Code Activity for Music--BRASS #tptmusiccrewfree
*This FREE Instrument Scavenger Hunt is an interactive and fun way for your students to learn the names and families of the instruments in the brass family.*Great activity to include iPads or tablets in the music classroom!*Includes trumpet, French horn, trombone, and tuba.
Father's Day Crafts for Kids
Father's Day Crafts for Kids: Fathers Day Preschool Ideas, Elementary Ideas and More on Frugal Coupon Living. Gift Ideas for Dad.
Preschool Songs for Circle Time
Use circle time songs to teach the alphabet. days of the week, months of the year, and planets, and more!
The Yellow Brick Road Blog
Free leveled rhythm cards to use for the well-known folk song Tideo. Discover lesson ideas for the accompanying folk song, rhythm puzzle, and differentiation.
Learn Good Singing Breath Control
singing and memorising is a key strength of preschoolers. To stop,look, and listening is very important before crossing anything is well Elucidated .as per their cognitive level they sing and they put the words in action which will guide them to follow rule of crossing.
Jump the Hoop | Free Music Lesson Plan (Steady Beat)
Check Out 'Jump the Hoop' Music Lesson Plan for Developing Steady Beat in Elementary School Students. Students Jump In and Out of Hoops on the First Beat of Every Measure with a Variety of Meters.