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  • Charmaine Sowers

    "Musical Letters"-children march around the circle holding a clipboard with paper or a dry erase board. When the music stops, they must find the closest chair, take the letter and marker and write that letter on their paper or dry erase board. Read more: when music stops write letter on a whiteboard (try with sight words, too)

  • Shawn Watts

    "Musical Letters"- When music stops write letter that is on chair (try with sight words, too)

  • Nicole Bieber

    musical chairs, dry erase boards, capital letters

  • Shawnda Barton

    Use with sight words..."Musical Letters"-when music stops write letter that is on chair (try with sight words, too) Multiplication facts insteas

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