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I would use this chart during group time. Each child would have a picture card and would be able to put the picture where they think it belongs, we would then talk about it to make sure everybody understands.

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Folk Dance to "Jingle Bells"- I did this with different body percussion (pat, pat, pat, cl, cl, cl, share, share share); I like how they walk hand in hand around the circle and switch partners on the last phrase!

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My 1st grade class that I was with last semester did this exact project. It allows them to grasp the bigger picture and what all they are apart of, like our entire planet. -MDB

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from Teachers Pay Teachers

Today's Tweet Exit Cards

Twitter exit cards -- Today's Teaching Tweet. Students put their names in the form of @____ and then below that they write what they learned from today's lesson. Lastly, they #hashtag a "trending topic."

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If you gIve a moose a muffin. I used this last week for a sequencing lesson. Also had a song and sentence strips that students organized and put in order of the story!

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from Make Moments Matter

Jingle All the Way - Ideas for December

Need some fresh ideas to get you through this last week of teaching before winter break? Check out this blog post with tons of little ideas, song suggestions, and teaching tips to enliven your lessons and keep you smiling until the last child walks out the door.

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