Songboard - Dr. Jean's "Surprise Sack"

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This is a self-created song board to accompany the song "Surprise Sack" on the All Day Long CD from Dr. Jean Feldman. This is a great CD for Primary Students and a must have for any teacher.
Song Boards are a great visual aid for ELL learners and increases all students' success of learning by combining auditory, visual, and kinesthetic modalities! This is a great song to use with introducing any new concept. I like using it at the beginning of the week when I introduce our new them. It's crazy how excited my students get when I pull the object out of the sack. One day I pulled out a plastic dolphin and a student stood up and yelled, "YES! She's taking us to Seaworld!" I felt bad that I was just going to teach them about ocean life.

To use the song board, just print, laminate, and cut apart each board for your students. Let students point to the pictures as they sing along with the song.

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