Morning Greetings That Rock!

Whether you’re new to morning greetings and need a few ideas to get started or you’re a morning greeting veteran looking for ways to mix things up, these six favorites are for you! The playful ideas are perfect for preschool, kindergarten and first grade.

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Morning Greetings

You’ll Find

–> Willoughby Wallaby Woo (1:13)

–> Who Stole the Cookie from the Cookie Jar? (3:04)

–> Hello Friends (4:37)

–> What Do You See (5:36)

–> Hello Song (6:25)

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Print the free morning greeting dice and lyrics (below) and then sing along so you can introduce the greetings to your class with confidence.

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22 Comments

  1. natalie mackay

    can’t get it to work

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      • Sarah

        I loves your ideas! After being a preschool teacher for several years, I teach toddlers. So morning meetings are quite shorter than preschoolers. I’m always looking looking for new ideas to help them focus and engage with their peers. When clapping out their names we have also stomped, but how about using the musical instruments or egg shakes? You’ve got my mine spinning with ideas! Love your songs!

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        • Kaylee

          YAY! I am so happy that you are enjoying these ideas! Egg shakers would be SO fun, or any type of instrument! Thanks for sharing, Sarah!

          Kaylee // Playdough to Plato Team

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  2. Penny Lonon

    Thanks I will use them .Transitioning to older class.

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