Circle Time, Calendar, Morning Meeting and Goodbye Circle

March 21, 2019

From practicing the pledge of allegiance to deciphering the daily weather, Circle Time is a favorite part of the day in the classrooms.

In some classrooms, “Morning Meeting” is a routine daily activity.  In other rooms, it is “Goodbye Circle.” Some rooms go by “Circle Time.”

 

Whatever they call it and whenever they do it, their students learn important skills in Circle Times.

Music and movements to learn about the weather.

 

Or about brushing our teeth.

 

Sitting with a group of students.

 

 

Waiting. Taking turns.

 

 Encouraging each other.

 

 

Attending to multiple directions and cues.

Learning to raise hands.  
Children at Crossroads Center for Children receive lots of positive reinforcement for their great efforts and performance of skills.

 

 Since so much learning and fun are happening during Calendar, Morning Meeting, Circle Time, Goodbye Circle…… kids often talk about this time of their school day.

We always love hearing from parents about what our students talk about from their school day once they are  home. Please share in the comments below!

Hope you enjoyed reading about the Circle Time at Crossroads Center for Children!

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