Thursday, March 29, 2012

Easter Rhythms

Here are some Easter Rhythms you can use with your students.  There are 40 eggs and 8 wild duck cards.  You may print them at https://docs.google.com/open?id=0ByLP40wrRT-SM3ZWYkJ3VmhRYktZN3VFSWFLZnJ4dw  

Here is how I use them...
1. Pass out eggs to students
2. Have the students find other students that have the same spring word and rhythm
3. The student partners then have to read their spring word and clap and name their rhythm
4. Scramble the eggs, and then they need to find words that go together like…...“jelly bean”, or
Easter egg, or green grass
5. Scramble and repeat

All fonts and graphics are from LetteringDelights.com.
 

7 comments:

  1. can you list which eggs go together? There are some that don't seem to work, and wanted to check. Also you stated to have the kids match the same spring word and rhythm. Do you print 2 copies or do you just match quarter note to quarter note, not worrying about the word. (There are not two of each word, only some of them) thanks for the idea. I think it would be fun for a group lesson.

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  2. I used these with my Kinder and 1st grade students last week. They loved it! We did learning centers on Friday and they had a blast creating their own Spring patterns. Thanks for sharing!

    ~Shannon

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  3. Have you removed this doc? When I click on the link it is not found

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  4. I would also LOVE to use these for my classroom... they are soo cute but the link says "Not Found"...

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  5. I would love to use this but when the link is clicked it says "Not Found" :-(

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  6. I would also love to use this, but couldn't access the link to the cards.

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  7. I would also love to use this, but couldn't access the link to the cards.

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