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I found a site called www.totshabbat.com it has tons of music you can listen to and sheet music. It is from various artists so you can get idea on each of them. It really is great. I use a lot of the songs I find on there to sing to my classroom. Other than that here are some suggestions the site gives
I hope this helps.
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Ruach 5761 & 5763 Songbook published by Transcontinental Music
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Gates of Song: Music for Shabbat published by Transcontinental Music
I would give him cross words, word finds, a coloring book, something that will keep him busy. He can take it out when he finishes his work. That way he has something to keep him busy that won't dissrupt anyone else. Give him a whole book of them so that it is his and he can pull it out and keep working in it. that way he doesn't get up everytime he finishes a page. It might take a few times for him to get the picture but he sounds smart so eventually he will figure out the new routine.
My class used to have a bear that the children would take home with them over the weekend. They would then right a story with their parents about what the bear did with them and we would all read it on Monday morning.
Manipulatives. We combine at the end of the day as well. The best way i have found to deal with this is having stations with manipulatives set up for the children. It helps them keep their mind off of waiting. It also keeps the classroom clean since you have them sitting at the tables with lets say peg boards or brislte blocks etc. Have several station set up so that they can choose and even rotate between. It makes for an easy clean up, busy kids, and everyone is entertained and happy. Once you get your routine down its fantastic the kids know to grab a toy sit down at a table and play till there parents get there then to clean up when they are done.
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