Confessions of a Teacher: I Sing Cheesy Songs- Part 1

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Take a G and an E and O,
And add a little R-G-E,
To a W-A-S-H, I…N…G
If you add 2,000 kilos,
That makes a ton,
So what have you ever received?
You’ve received a lot!
George Washington!

This is an element of a foolish tune I bear in mind from method again in fifth grade once we had been studying concerning the Revolutionary War.  This submit isn’t about historical past in any respect, however relatively, the facility of foolish songs!

I’ve written earlier than about tips for teaching parts of speech in order that they stick.  It’s the proper alternative to throw your self-consciousness out the window and belt out some foolish songs along with your kids.

Here’s one I’ve shared earlier than about nouns (however this model is far more Pinterest-worthy ; )  Sing this one to the tune of The Battle Hymn of the Republic (you completely know the BH of the R, look it up on YouTube and also you’ll see).

 

Teach students to identify nouns with this fun song, perfect for the elementary classroomclick on the image to print a copy off to your class!

Here’s one about verbs.  You sing it to the tune of The Ants go Marching:

Teach students to identify verbs with this fun song, great for learning parts of speech in the elementary classroom

click on to print!

Here’s a video of the tune to play to your class:

 

I like to have these songs up as anchor charts in order that kids can refer again to them as mandatory and since singing by these is ideal for these sudden Three-5 minute chunks of time your run into from time to time.

More elements of speech songs here! They solely get cheesier : )(Oh my gosh, a mini collection!  I really feel like such a grown up blogger…ha ha!)

Thanks for stopping by!

 

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Hannah Braun

Hannah Braun
Hannah Braun is a former instructor with eight years of expertise within the classroom and a grasp’s diploma in early childhood schooling. She designs participating, organized classroom resources for 1st-Third grade academics.

Author: Hannah Braun

Hannah Braun is a former instructor with eight years of expertise within the classroom and a grasp’s diploma in early childhood schooling. She designs participating, organized classroom resources for 1st-Third grade academics.