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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