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  • Music in the classroom Linky Party

    Music is a daily occurrence in my classroom. We use it in math, reading, circle time, lining up, washing our hands, etc. For my daily circle time, I make a cd for each month. This CD always includes The Welcome to School Chacha, a song for movement, a song to talk about specific vocabulary or concepts (for example last year we used the yellow song ...
    Posted to Learning Ahoy!! (Weblog) by Anonymous on August 7, 2011
  • Study Jams

    Study Jams is an innovative site for teaching math and science. This is done through the use of video and music and the songs can be sung along in a karaokee style. I highly recommend checking out Study Jams by clicking here!! For a more detailed review check out Free Technology 4 Teachers.
    Posted to Cyber Hero: Technology Tidbits (Weblog) by Anonymous on June 8, 2011
  • Winner of the Jack Hartmann Giveaway

    The three lucky winners of the Jack Hartmann gift certificates are as follows: 1st place winner of a $50 gift certificate: Hope D. 2nd place winner of a $30 gift certificate: Sue H. 3rd place winner of a $15 gift certificate: K.R. All winners have been notified via e-mail and will have seven days to claim their gift certificates. The ...
    Posted to Pre-K Pages (Weblog) by Anonymous on April 26, 2011
  • Jack Hartmann Giveaway

    I first heard about Jack Hartmann’s music from a colleague about nine years ago, all it took was one song and I was hooked. I started with the Rhymin’ to Read nursery rhyme CD then worked my way up to Hip Hop Alphabop, the rest is history! While most early childhood teachers are familiar with his music, we’re not all familiar with Jack himself ...
    Posted to Pre-K Pages (Weblog) by Anonymous on March 28, 2011
  • New substitute teacher blog: http://asherofalltrades.blogspot.com/

    Hello!I was a senior food scientist, now I'm a sub, working toward certification as a math/music educator.  Please follow my blog about the journey out of corporate America and into full time teaching.  Check daily for humorous updates, insightful musings and lessons learned.  Asher
    Posted to Teacher Introductions (Forum) by asherstreets on February 12, 2011
  • New substitute teacher blog: http://asherofalltrades.blogspot.com/

    Hello!I was a senior food scientist, now I'm a sub, working toward certification as a math/music educator.  Please follow my blog about the journey out of corporate America and into full time teaching.  Check daily for humorous updates, insightful musings and lessons learned.  http://tempuri.org/tempuri.htmlAsher
    Posted to Teacher Introductions (Forum) by asherstreets on February 12, 2011
  • New blog: from food scientist to math/music teacher, via substitute teaching

    http://asherofalltrades.blogspot.com/Follow Asher on his journey out of corporate America and into full time math/music education.  Meanwhile, Asher enters the world of substitute teaching.  Check daily for humorous updates, insightful musings and lessons learned.  
    Posted to Asher of all trades blog (Weblog) by asherstreets on February 12, 2011
  • Giveaway - HeidiSongs!

    Recently, as I perused the data from my first report cards, I realized, as a whole, my class was really struggling with teen numbers. They are TRICKY - that's for sure, but we needed to focus on them and try to get the majority of the class on track. As I was flipping through my resources at school, I stumbled upon my HeidiSongs CDs and DVDs. ...
    Posted to Look at my happy rainbow! (Weblog) by Anonymous on December 19, 2010
  • Free Webinar On Scratch… A Free Program From MIT… Imagine, Program, Share!

    Are you  itching for ways to engage and empower students and their inherent creativity? Scratch will bring instant relief to a classroom of kids  ready to collaborate, innovate, and create! Please join me as I present some Scratch Basics while informing educators how to get students Scratching across the curriculum! This Scratch Webinar sponsored ...
    Posted to 21centuryedtech (Weblog) by Anonymous on November 17, 2010
  • Styles.

    When I did my education coursework many years ago (ugh, it wasn’t that long ago…) one of the buzz terms flung about was ‘Multiple Intelligences’ more easily understood as learning styles – apparently every person has multiple ways of accessing their education. Some children prefer to see everything, others need to hear it, still others need to ...
    Posted to Look at my happy rainbow! (Weblog) by Anonymous on October 24, 2010