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Classroom chants

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Classroom chants. Get inspired and try out new things.
music in the classroom

Some of the questions I am asked about most is “What music do you use in the classroom?” “Do you have a playlist?” “How do you play music in the classroom?” S…

Whole Brain Teaching: 10-Finger Woo! Alternatives - 3rd Grade Thoughts

First, a *big* congrats to the two winners of my Bloglovin' Giveaway: Andrea K. & Cathy P.! Check your email, ladies, and you get the choice of any two products from my store :) Now, onto something I

song to teach how to cut for kindergarten - KindergartenWorks

Teaching kindergartners how to cut - quick resources for teachers. Here are some bright ideas to teach how to cut for the students that need it in your classroom - be it with just a few students or as a whole group lesson. Along with teaching basics, often we need to teach students how to cut at the beginning of the school year. I highly recommend teaching how to use scissors and how to cut just as we teach other simple things like restroom procedures! It's a kindergarten teacher's secret…

Songs in the Classroom! Funs songs to help you with classroom management, sight words and even vowel sounds.

As a teacher, I always find myself singing songs! The students just respond so well to my directions when I add a tune to it! These are songs and chants that I use in my classroom to help with classroom management, calendar time, learning sight words, color words, and more! Audio files are included so […]

Mrs. O Knows: Introducing Attention Grabbers to Your Classroom

Last night I shared some attention grabbers on my Facebook page. A follower left me a comment that got me thinking and led to this post. She wanted to know how to actually introduce students to attention grabbers. I thought that was a great question, and I'm sure that she's not the only one wondering this, so here's a post to answer that question! First and foremost, choose one attention grabber that you'd like to use. It is my suggestion that you start with just one so that students can get…