Movement videos for kindergarten to give your students a break during the day. Students will have fun practicing math and literacy skills with these monthly-themed videos.
Movement Videos for Kindergarten
I like to move it, move it! I am so excited about these fun, movement videos for kindergarten! I sent these to a teacher friend and her kindergarten students had a blast!
Movement breaks during the day are a must, especially in kindergarten. As teachers, we don’t want to take too much time from learning. That is why these movement videos are so great!
The videos range from 3 to 5 minutes each and provide a fun way for students to practice math and literacy skills. Plus, the skills advance as you progress through the school year.
The images you are seeing are from the October set of movement videos. Students review beginning sounds and letter recognition in the literacy videos. In the math videos, they practice counting, ten frames, number recognition, and the comparison of numbers. Each month has a new set of skills with a total of 8 videos.
Each set of videos are preloaded to Google Slides. This makes it easy for you to use during virtual teaching. You can easily screen share these videos with your students during the day. They will love it so much, they might just involve their younger siblings 🙂
This video is from November! Gobble Gobble!
The videos are also uploaded to Vimeo and YouTube. We wanted to make sure teachers had the format they needed! Check out this rhyming video for October. AND… it’s a FREEBIE!
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You can find the growing bundle on TpT, by clicking here: