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Friday, July 15, 2011

Fill Your Day With Fun and Songs!

How does she do this so well? Listen to this song and I know it will quickly become a favorite in your classroom along with all the others. Picture 1,500 teachers doing this and having a blast. It was so hilarious and reminded us all to just have FUN! Breathe. Smile. Love the kids.

If you are not using her Cheers yet, you might want to add them to your repertoire because kids adore them.
Scroll down and check out her cheer cards. They are so clever.


Miss Kindergarten said...

LOVE Dr. Jean! She is a God-send! We're on the same wave-length today...I also did a post about songs! :)

Miss Kindergarten

Busy Bees said...

Oh, I love it! I have always used her cheers and have used the banana one, too. But I have never heard these additional peel ones. Thanks for sharing, Fran!! Can't wait to use them!

Tessa said...

I use her songs daily! Which cd is this banana song on? I can't believe I have not heard it!
Thanks for sharing!
Spotlight on Kindergarten

Fran Kramer said...

I am not sure she has it on a CD but the kinder teachers loved it and it really gets them up and moving. I am so glad you like it!

Becky said...

So I have just spent the last 2 hours looking at Dr. Jean's blog and site. Thanks for posting. What a great resource.

Ms. Lopez said...

I LOVE Dr. Jean!! She is so energetic and who can resist it! I have almost all of her CDs. I love it when my class does Tooty Ta for the first time! Some of them look at me like I'm insane!!
And let me just say, it was great to finally meet you! I was feeling a little disappointed that it wasn't going to happen and then we ended up meeting in Kim Adsit's session! Funny too how we ended up saving seats next to each other!

Fran Kramer said...

Ms. Lopez,
It was a total thrill for me to meet you and spend time together. I loved every second.

Brenda said...

The song is called, Banana Dance (Peel the ____, Peel, peel the _____). It is on her Better Bodies and Brains CD. Mainy of these songs focus on crossing the midline. It almost made me crazy, but since so many other teachers were doing it, I thought we could all be crazy together.