of the Week Chant Free Download
I use this chant for students from six years old on, because I think it is more relevant for them. We practice this chant, then I take turns asking the students, "What day is it today? What day was it yesterday?" and so on. An easy game is to have the students write the days of the week on some paper, then cut them into individual strips. Next, make teams and ask the students to put the days of the week in order. Who ever does it the fastest wins!
The best way to use these chants is to practice the vocabulary a few times without the chant, and then play the chant for the students. I have flashcards below you can download and use while practicing. I added some singing in the middle so the chant is more fun. This chant is part of the "Say Hello!" chant series. See below for lyrics. Enjoy.
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Flashcards: Days of the Week- Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday (as pictured above)
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
Touch your head, touch your shoulders
Touch your knees, touch your toes!
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, a week
Touch your eyes, touch your ears
Touch your mouth, touch your nose!
Today is, Tomorrow is, Yesterday was, a day
Say hello, say hello
wave your hands and say hello!
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Clothing (2 Chants)
Days of the week
Happy New Year!
Places: The Zoo, The Park
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