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9 Name Games and Songs for Circle Time That Never Fail

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Looking for a fun activity to start the year off right in your music classroom? Check out these back to school name games your students will love!

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Circle Time is the perfect opportunity to let young children (preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, special ed) practice their names. Use this song to work on name identification and rhyming.Try this EDITABLE NAME SONG and save TONS of TIME! Just enter your class list once, then print the song and name cards that you can use during circle time with your preschoolers or young learners.Use a new song every 3-4 weeks to give the students time to learn it, but also to keep it fun and fresh.

von Sally's Sea of Songs

Kindergarten Music: Beginning of the Year Tips

Sally's Sea of Songs: Kindergarten Music: Beginning of the Year Tips This is a blog post containing tips for entry procedures and name games that work well with kindergarten music classes.

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von I Heart Crafty Things

Cupcake Liner Crab Craft for Kids

This word building activity travel kit is perfect for toddlers and preschoolers for long car rides and you can customize it with sight words, color words, word families, or whatever your child is currently learning.

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1x1 pappteller zum durchfädeln Skip Counting Lacing Plates ----- Clever, simple-to-make, SELF CHECKING skip counting game for Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade students. (math activity).

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This word building activity travel kit is perfect for toddlers and preschoolers for road trips and long car rides and you can customize it with sight words, color words, word families, or whatever your child is currently learning. Great for a summer learning activity.

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von The Pleasantest Thing

Leaf Name Game

Leaf Name Game …

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Name writing activities: LOVE this worksheet. "I can write my name with a crayon, pencil, marker, pen & piece of chalk." Have students do this at the beginning, middle & end of the year. Or even every month to show progress!