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Here are a few activities I do for Valentines Day every year. The 5th and 6th grade lesson is a 3 part lesson, the others I can squeeze in one class, or expand. Writing a Valentines Day Song: I have 6 Valentines day rhythms on the board.
Each is put to a rhythm that is four beats long. Check out the dropbox link to get the rest and the rhythms I use. Students sing "I Got a Letter" and make their 4 bar phrases an interlude to make a rondo.
They write their four bars on a worksheet and I save it for the next week. Student get out their worksheets again, and this time, I give them the chord progression we are learning about I, IV, and V chords now and they add solfegge to each measure. My Chord Progression is: I IV V I but you could do whatever you want.
We sight read a few as a class, still in rondo form with "I Got a Letter" Lesson 3: Student convert their songs to the staff.
This could also be for homework Finally we project a few and read them from the board. I have a document camera that works great for this. There are at least two words for each rhythm.
Depending on where 2nd grade is, I add more rhythms to practice quarter rest patterns as well. Click here for a worksheet your students can do with this activity. These activities can definitely be altered for other grades as well.
Feel free to add your own phrases, and change the lessons up a bit: All of the Valentines Day words and the worksheet are in the same dropbox file: Enjoy and Happy February!LAUNCHING LEARNING CENTERS IN THE MIDDLE GRADES Presented By CINDY BLEVINS • appeals to social nature of middle school students (group activities) • Stamp sets, colored pens/chalks/pencils, crayons, markers, construction paper, magazines, stickers, shape templates, scissors, rulers.
The sequel to The Day The Crayons Quit, is very disappointing. While the first book was marvelous with laugh out loud moments and high marks for creativity, this second book falls flat and a smashed crayon found in the sofa cushions/5(K). This Holiday Bundle includes 20 various activities to use with your 5th, 6th, and 7th grade classroom or home school students to celebration various holidays all school year long.
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Feb 10, · The Day the Crayons Came Home Use Drew Daywalt's wonderful sequel about Duncan's lost, forgotten and broken crayons in your classroom. Explore our free collection of related teaching ideas and learning activities%(3). *This writing activity is based on the book, The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt. *In this activity, students select a crayon color and write a friendly letter from the point of the view of the crayon. Crayon Box Craft Inspired by The Day the Crayons Quit. The Day the Crayons Quit Writing Activity from Homegrown Friends. Welcome to Buggy and Buddy! I'm Chelsey, a former teacher and parent living on the central coast of California. I love sharing crafts, science, STEM and STEAM activities, free printables and more!.
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Veteran's Day Activities and lessons to help you and your students honor our country's heroes. My Favorite Crayon Opinion Writing Prompt for the Primary Grades is a great writing activity to accompany Drew Daywalt's "The Day the Crayons Quit" and "The Day the Crayons Came Home".
This opinion writing prompt is designed to encourage students to begin opinion writing and respond to text.