Here’s a list of “Call & Response” attention-getters.
I say, Van … They, say Go!
I say, Macaroni & cheese … They say, FREEZE! (and freeze)
I say, 1…2…3…eyes on me … They say, 1…2…eyes on you!
I say, Red Yellow Blue … They say, I hear you!
I say, Tootsie Roll, Lollipop … They say, We were talking, now we stop!
I say Everyone stop … They say Put your hands on top! *put their hands on their heads*
I say, Give me 5! (and put my hand in the air) … They *put their hands in the air*
Bonus if it is art-related!
You might also be interested in my blog post about Class Rewards for Good Behavior in Art and Attention Getters in the Art Classroom.
Social & Emotional Learning in Art
Remind yourself and others of the social and emotional benefits of art. This is a great graphic to include in parent newsletters or display in your room.
You can read more about Social Emotional Learning in Art in this blog post.
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I say ARTISTS, they say Miss Aeschliman (teachers name)
I love this! Thanks for sharing!