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Things to say instead of 'stop crying'

Things to say instead of 'stop crying'

Six Alternative to Freeze Dance – Melodious Intent

Six Alternative to Freeze Dance – Melodious Intent

Pretty good instructions on how to card (tablet) weave... I'm trying it out right now but I wish I hadn't used recycled sweater yarn for the warp... really hard to turn the cards without turning each separate one and separating the strands.

Pretty good instructions on how to card (tablet) weave. I'm trying it out right now but I wish I hadn't used recycled sweater yarn for the warp. really hard to turn the cards without turning each separate one and separating the strands.

The "Mood Booster" Playlist

A playlist made of songs that will instantly boost your mood! Spread the Happy Music Vibes everyone!

Use these social scenarios and situations task cards to help kids learn how to solve real problems! These are ideal for kids who struggle with making good decisions or get "stuck" in their thinking. So helpful for kids with autism, ADHD, and other social challenges.

Use these social scenarios and situations task cards to help kids learn how to solve real problems! These are ideal for kids who struggle with making good decisions or get "stuck" in their thinking. So helpful for kids with autism, ADHD, and other social challenges.

You could do this with boom whackers since each note in the set is a different color of the rainbow.

How to teach piano to students who don't practice/sample pages are really fun in the link!.

Nancy Neverpractice How to teach piano to students who don't practice. (Always good to get a different instrumentalist's point of view when it comes to giving private lessons :D)

This activity is a fun conversation-starter, a great activity for the first weeks of school or any time! The responses will help you get to know your students, including what they have learned in Music, and what they want to learn in the coming year.Questions stimulate thinking about musical experiences and musical learning; other questions will help students reflect upon the role of music in their own lives and how it affects them.

This activity is a fun conversation-starter, a great activity for the first weeks of school or any time! The responses will help you get to know your students, including what they have learned in Music, and what they want to learn in the coming year.