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  • Chealsea Zimmerman

    "Musical Letters" - when music stops write letter that is on chair (try with sight words or math problems as well).... could use for multiplication facts

  • Daniel Portis

    Musical letters. Fun movement game + very simular to musical chairs. This activity is very good for children practicing letters between ages 3/5 using foundations P.3.15 & P.3.5.

  • Shawn Watts

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

  • Tyler Dickie

    "Musical Letters" - when the music stops write letter that is on chair. (Try with sight words, math facts, ... so many possibilities here!)

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