I love to write poems! They are great for reading and building fluency. Are you looking for a fun Back To School poem to help promote good b...

Getting Along at School Poem

I love to write poems! They are great for reading and building fluency. Are you looking for a fun Back To School poem to help promote good b.

A fun and energetic good morning song with actions to start your day or class. Great for toddlers, preschool, kindergarten children and the ESL / EFL classro...

A fun and energetic good morning song with actions to start your day or class. Great for toddlers, preschool, kindergarten children and the ESL / EFL classro.

Time to wake up! Playing this song after a good night's sleep or an afternoon nap will help young children get up bright-eyed and ready to go!    The song, picture cards, and worksheets are available on the Super Simple Songs - Animals enhanced CD: http://supersimplelearning.com/songs/themes-series/animals/    Music: Super Simple Learning  Animation:...

Rooster" from Super Simple Songs - Animals. Great song to start class or for waking up. Practice farmyard animals with the video.

Good morning poem - but instead use it to program the "hello" button, set on random, on an AAC device with some of the lines!  Keep life interesting!

Good morning poem - but instead use it to program the "hello" button, set on random, on an AAC device with some of the lines! Keep life interesting!

Start This Day | Start the Day Song | Good Morning Song | Jack Hartmann - YouTube

This is a wonderful good morning and start the day song. Your children can sing and move along to this super catchy good morning song. Children clap hands, s.

First Grade Wow: Search results for community

Just a quick post today, then off to some science training! One of my most popular post is the one I did on my morning wa.

“Good Morning!” is a great circle time song for preschool.  It's a  super fun way to start class. It introduces the question “How are you?” and simple greeting words.  #preschool #circletime #kidsongs

” is a great circle time song for preschool. It's a super fun way to start class. It introduces the question “How are you?” and simple greeting words.

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