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Lyrics for Oliver

Lyrics for Oliver

These are the song sheets to accompany my Oliver Production if it was being performed as a musical. They are all ready to print off.
rosie_m
Christmas Carol Singalong

Christmas Carol Singalong

This resource is booklet of 16 Christmas Carols which have been spilt into 2 sets. Each set is approximately 20 minutes long. All the lyrics are on separate sheets and this can be edited to remove/add songs.
rosie_m
Musical Notes Snap for 5 finger piano

Musical Notes Snap for 5 finger piano

Improve your beginner pianists' note recognition skills with this game of musical snap. It includes the bass and treble clef notes for each finger starting from middle C. (Bass clef F to middle C and treble clef middle C to G) Ways to play: - Bass clef only - Treble clef only - Both clefs together (both middle Cs count as a match) Musical Notes Snap can be played as a quick 5 or 10-minute game during lessons or your pupils can spend longer playing it at home as part of their practice time. Encourage children to reinforce their knowledge by showing their sibling or parent how to play - they'll love taking on the role of teacher. These cards can also be used as flashcards with adults. The pack includes two versions. Version one has a patterned back. Fold over each card and laminate it for a hardwearing copy that can be used in every lesson. Version two has no back so you can print it directly on to card.
MusicWEase
Cuckoo

Cuckoo

Perfect for new teachers or the more established teacher looking to add to their classroom curricula and enhance their lesson plans. This kit explores ‘mi’ and ‘so’ on a one line staff/stave, as well as ‘ta’ and ‘ti-ti’. It assists in the practice and reinforcement of these elements. Students pick the answers to the interactive PowerPoints and follow up with worksheets to promote the writing of musical notation. There are 7 interactive Powerpoints, 3 worksheets, copy of the song and kit information included in this Zip file. Once unzipped, open the folder and start the Menu file. Here you will be able to access all the components of this kit. You will require Microsoft PowerPoint (post 2010) and a PDF reader for this kit. It can be used on both WIN and MAC platforms. *PROMETHEAN SMART BOARD USERS - IMPORTANT NOTICE* In order for this product to function fully, please choose the 'Annotate Over Desktop' function and then run the Menu file through the PowerPoint software.
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Musical Notes Playing Cards - Treble and Bass Clef

Musical Notes Playing Cards - Treble and Bass Clef

Play your favourite card games with your pupils and improve their note recognition skills. The standard card values (ace, two, king etc) have been replaced by musical notes. Treble clef = Middle C to A above the stave. Bass clef = Middle C to E below the stave. Pupils must recognise the notes to play the card games. This resource includes 52 treble clef playing cards and 52 bass clef playing cards in separate packs. The packs can be used separately or combined. Try the cards with: - Solitaire - Rummy - Go Fish - Snap - Cheat - And all your other favourite card games! Download and print.
MusicWEase
One by One (Song about the Power of One)

One by One (Song about the Power of One)

This is an original song, lyrics and mp3 included, to teach young children about the power of themselves (one person at a time) as well as other things in the world that have 1 as their number (IE: the sun, moon). We all have to start as one person at a time in order to positively effect the world around us.
jimgaven
Composition Tool for Notation

Composition Tool for Notation

Print and laminate your blank staves (as many as you need depending on class size and if you want them to work in pairs or individually) then print and laminate lots of the coloured notes. Students can then have a go at notating their compositions using the resources. The idea is they don't have to worry to much about placement, to begin with, because it's coloured. It is designed to build their confidence when dealing with classical notation. Have an A3 version made up of the blank stave with the coloured notes (attached using blue tac because then you can move them around if you need to) in the right places for the class to use as a reference; I colour code as follows: C - yellow, D - green, E - blue, F - navy, G - purple, A - red, B - orange You can then ask your students to notate their compositions using the blank stave, notes and some blue tac. ::Make sure you also display instrument 'decoders' ie. coloured diagrams of where the notes are otherwise students may not know what note they are playing.::
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