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Kodaly Choir of Paper Bag Puppets: Create your own puppet choir! Use these puppets to introduce new notes, decipher melodies with them, create classroom puppet shows, class videos, or perform with puppets in a concert... oodles of learning opportunities! Perfect for Kodaly programs and children's choirs.

Some fun variations on the cup game. I'm doing this with my 3rd graders right now, while we sing "Turn the Glasses Over". It also works well with "Awesome God" if you work in a religious setting.

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The Cup Game. Remember doing this in school? I remember being in a cafeteria at a band competition and a bunch of people were doing it with pop cans. It was a pretty cool sound.

a really fun idea for classroom management/transitions... the "action cup!" write different actions on popsicle sticks, such as "pretend your legs are spaghetti" and have one student pick an action for the class to do each time they transition! there's a list of actions at the website!