Grade Levels: K-3

These family and homeschool activities are designed to complement the Loops topic page on BrainPOP Jr.

I Spy a Loop

Play I Spy a Loop. Encourage your child to find real-world examples of loops, such as brushing hair, riding a bike, eating, etc. Upon spotting one, your child should say, “I spy a loop” and challenge you to guess what it is. Then reverse roles, and you spy a loop for them to guess.

Musical Loops

Music is full of loops! Think of a chorus in a song or a repeating beat. Listen to music with your child, and encourage her to identify when she hears a loop in the song. Get really creative, and make up songs together that have a repeating chorus and/or beat.  

Dance Party

Dancing is a fun and active way to demonstrate loops! Watch or do some popular dances, like flossing or the electric slide. Encourage your child to take note of the repeated actions or loops. Then, choreograph your own dance that includes loops.