Student-made JINGLES - They're Powerful Stuff!

Grade Levels
K - 12th, Homeschool
Resource Type
Formats Included
  • Word Document File (12 pages)


No, no, no . . . you, the teacher, are not writing and performing the jingles.

The students are!

Although I know that all good teachers know how to perform a song and dance . . .

Why ask Students to Write and Perform Jingles?
o Jingles serve as a summary of the most important points.
o Jingles get right to the heart of the meaning—often in just a few words.
o Jingles offer opportunities for expressing a variety of learning styles and abilities to shine:

 Musical
 Verbal
 Creative
 Kinesthetic

o Jingles can be performed for an audience. They are an authentic assessment.
o Jingles are adaptable across the curriculum. Wherever a main point, key point, or central idea can be found, there is a jingle waiting to be created.
o Jingles are fun.
o Jingles stick in our minds and help us learn.
o Use jingles for affirmations. What better honor is there than to be memorialized in a jingle?
o Use jingles to create and define personal identity. Who are you, and what positive qualities do you want others to recognize in you? Want to know about me? Well . . . just listen to this jingle I made up about myself!
Total Pages
12 pages
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