This is a post out of the 31 Days of Morning Circles. You can find the main page for this series here.
We’ve come to the end of the series. In this post, I share some resources for helping you further your morning circle in the homeschool setting. Some of them are published for the classroom setting and for children without special needs. I suggest using them as idea sparks and adapting for your child accordingly.
Websites to enrich your morning circle
- The Rhythm Tree with Ryan Judd – plenty of songs for one-to-one interactions with children with special needs
- Let’s Play Music – songs, seasonal activities and free printables you can adapt for use in the morning circle
Books to inspire your morning circle
- Best-Ever Circle Time Activities: 50 Instant and Engaging Morning Meeting Activities and Games that Build Skills All Year Long by Ellen Booth-Church – aimed at children at the pre-kindergarten to grade 1 level.
- 80 Morning Meeting Ideas for Grades K-2 by Susan Lattanzi Roser
- 80 Morning Meeting Ideas for Grades 3-6 by Carol Davis
Materials for use in the morning circle
- Visual schedule aids for the morning circle with the disabled child
- Setting up the Morning Circle – Day 5 from this series
What morning circle resources would you add to this list?
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