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November 29, 2014

Using Go Noodle During Writer’s Workshop

The Primary Powers bloggers have teamed up with the fabulous people from GoNoodle to share some great ideas for implementing GoNoodle in the classroom and some great prizes! Be sure to read to the end because you won’t want to miss this!

I wanted to share with you how I have used GoNoodle during Writer’s Workshop.

My writing block has been towards the end of the day for the last 2 years. ย Sometimes I think their little brains are just to exhausted and so anytime I can find something else for us to do to wake them up, I’m all for it! I want my little friends to be awake, engaged, and for their brains to be wide awake!

GoNoodle has some great stretching and relaxation exercises that are perfect to do before we write independently.

Here is a peek at what your writer’s workshop block can look like with GoNoodle.

– Brain Break/Exercise/Wake-Up
– Mini Lesson
– Independent Writing/Conferring
– Share Chair to Celebrate Hard Work
OR
– Mini Lesson
– Brain Break/Exercise/Wake-Up
– Independent Writing/Conferring
– Share Chair to Celebrate Hard Work

Just incase you didn’t know, you can sign up FREE to use this fabulous resource!! Check it out HERE.

My students LOVE GoNoodle! We love using it as a brain break in the classroom during writer's workshop! Check out how you can, too! #brainbreaks #WritersWorksho
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Happy Teaching,

Amanda

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Hi, I'm Amanda

I’m a K-1 teacher who is passionate about making lessons your studentsย loveย and that areย easy to implementย for teachers.ย ย Helping teachers like you navigate their way through their literacy block brings me great joy. I am a lifelong learner who loves staying on top of current literacy learning and practices. Here, youโ€™ll find the tools you need to move your K-2 students forward!

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