Christmas Songs Choice Board asdteacher.com

Interactive Christmas Songs Choice Board

I love Christmas songs!!

Christmas Songs asdteacher.com

 

Here is a free interactive PowerPoint choice board that links straight to Christmas songs on YouTube. When the image is pressed, it opens the video on YouTube. This allows the child/ children to make a choice from a selection of songs. This can be great in a class or group setting on an interactive whiteboard or at home on a computer or laptop. The 6 songs featured on this resource are favourites of some of the young children I have taught and they are:

Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer
Dancing Christmas Tree
Rocking Around the Christmas Tree
Jingle Bells (Singing Hands)
5 Little Elves
Winter Wonderland

The images and links can easily be changed on PowerPoint to insert your children’s favourite songs by changing the ‘hyperlink’.

Christmas Songs Choice Board asdteacher.com

 

I always love to do some singing at some point in the day and the children really enjoy singing with multi-sensory resources, objects and pictures!

 

Download the Interactive Christmas Songs Choice Board

 

Teaching Resource Tuesday

Interactive song choice PowerPoint resource for children to choose

ASD Teacher Singing Choice Resource

Here is a helpful PowerPoint resource I have made which links directly to 4 brilliant interactive songs from Topmarks. The PowerPoint consists of one slide with picture links to all of the songs:

Once the picture is pressed, the interactive song opens up in a new browser tab. This is great to put on the interactive whiteboard to give children the choice of songs to sing or listen to. I do a short singing session at the end of each day with either interactive whiteboard resources, objects, laminates or all of these together! This is great for early years children to! Download and edit as you wish.

Download ASD Teacher Singing Choice Resource

My singing choice board

I do a singing session at the end of every day with my class of children with autism. Previously the children were taking turns to choose from a choice of song symbols and now I have moved them on to choosing whether to ‘watch’ an interactive version of the song on the interactive ¬†whiteboard or ‘sing’ the song. The verb is colour coded yellow and the song is green to help the children place the symbols in the correct order.

What resources do you use for choice making for singing or other activities?