I was at WalMart earlier this week, and look what I found! Giant animal Easter eggs! (Shown next to regular sized Easter eggs). I'm going to fill these babies with beads and glue them shut and use them for shakers in class. They were 98 cents a piece, I believe.
Next, more WalMart finds...I came across these ladybug binoculars- perfect for my Super Ladybug book that I'm using on the Kindergarten concert. Super Ladybug is going to use them to find the next animal he needs to help. (See book cover below in earlier post.) And, I finally found some koosh balls that don't have anything hard in them. The kind that light up have a hard center. That's not the kind you want kids throwing at your Smart Board. Success!
Be sure to keep an eye on my TpT store in the next week...something good is happening soon...... ;)
This is a project I am going to have my third graders work on...putting their names on the treble clef staff. When we adopted our book series a while back, we got these pads of staff paper. I hung on to them, and have used them for some class projects. This is another one of those projects!
All of the letters that are in the music alphabet can be notated as music notes, while the other letters in the names will be simply written out on the staff. Students will add a treble clef, and if there is space, draw something that is of interest to them (for early finishers.)
For those of you who are interested in this idea, I have added treble clef worksheets to my TpT store. Here is the preview page:
Just click on the picture and that should take you to the product page. Have a great Monday!