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- Composer John Williams lessons with Scarf, Movement and Rhythm activities like you've never seen before. Students will be able to understand, identify, express and relate to his music through Beat, Rhythm, Creative Movement and also make other relevant connections. Adaptable for K-4 lessons.MUSIC I$15.53$17.25Save $1.72
Engage your Elementary, Preschool and Home school Students with this Set of Scarf Activities using Directional Slides or pages. Build GROSS MOTOR skills while having fun. Add in your own music or use them with students own compositions reflecting a space theme. A Great addition to your music classroom, Brain Break Activities or P.E. curriculum.
*SCARF TEACHING IDEAS PAGES
*STUDENT DIRECTIONS and RULES for SCARVES and RIBBONS
*Use your favorite Classical, Pop or student compositions.
Due to copyright laws-MUSIC IS NOT INCLUDED.
There are 32 Directional Slides/pages for students to read and show their fun Scarf Moves.
The Activities can help to encourage connections in Literacy and Math.
*Literacy Connections: Left to Right, Reading
*Cross body movements foster Brain Connections that help students with reading, writing, speech, fine and gross motor development.
*Kindergarten and First Grade Directional Words associated with Common Core Math.
This product comes as a PDF file for easy printing and a Power point file so that you can add in your music and time your slides, or rearrange the order of your presentation.
Suggested timing is about 20 seconds per slide.
Print out the cards and laminate.
Leave in your sub tub with a CD of your favorite music selections for an engaging student activity.
PLEASE NOTE that this product is part of the JOHN WILLIAMS COMPOSER BUNDLE.
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