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Nine Tails Pirate Song!

Nine Tails Pirate Song!

A freebie version of my original song for EYFS-KS2! Everyone loves a dastardly pirate so why not add this song to your class' repertoire. (C) Maxine Lincoln 2011
mo0se
Mary and the angel. Modern carol about the Annunciation. Teaching guides

Mary and the angel. Modern carol about the Annunciation. Teaching guides

I wrote this carol because I couldn’t find many suitable carols about the Annunciation. It’s useful if you are doing a Nativity Reading. There is a guide to use 3 notes on the chime bars (or glockenspiel if you haven’t got an Eb) Resources 1 Mary and the angel video 2 Mary and the angel lyrics 3 Mary and the angel vocals 4 Mary and the angel backing track 5 Mary and the angel. How to play some notes 6 Mary and angel melody and guitar 7 As above in Sibelius 8 Mary and the angel resources list.
pwilloughby3
The Witches' Spell - Music, Science/Maths, Art

The Witches' Spell - Music, Science/Maths, Art

Three sets lesson plans, worksheets and full notes on how to deliver fab experiences to get young children thinking! Inspired by The Witches' Spell in Macbeth by William Shakespeare, these sessions are part of a longer unit covering all areas of curriculum, but are great as stand alone sessions too. In this pack are three lesson plans and the printable resources you'll need. The children are given opportunities to make music, sort objects, and create a cauldron of their own. Aims and success criteria are made clear, as are the key words and resources needed for the activities that take place. Differentiation is built into the sessions, and the lessons can be seen as a starting point for your own ideas. Learning Objectives and Assessment for Learning boxes are included on the worksheets to help you with your marking. There is scope for further development into a longer term project, with potion making and further potion and magical activities etc. All of the resources can be easily adapted for your use in the classroom, but if you would like me to do for you, please contact me: emma@emblabee.org I am here to make your life easier after all :) To hear a FREE recording of the poem that inspired the activities, please go to my website: http://emblabee.org/the-31-days-of-scary-day-1/ There are also links to the other resources and lesson plans in The Witches' Spell Teaching Pack.
dcukface
Solfege scale practice with nursery rhymes

Solfege scale practice with nursery rhymes

Here is a helpful resource when teaching the solfege scale. Scores are colour coded to allow younger children to easily distinguish between notes and intervals. Practice videos accompany each score for use within the classroom or at home.
kirstyday86
Song: The Prodigal Son

Song: The Prodigal Son

Here is a catchy song I wrote for Year 4 to complement their work on the story of the Prodigal Son. It would also be suitable for the whole school to sing in assembly/worship. The tune is borrowed from the 'Arky Arky song'.
suebleazard
We wish you a merry Christmas Song with lessons for Non- specialist and music teachers. Multi media

We wish you a merry Christmas Song with lessons for Non- specialist and music teachers. Multi media

A folk version of the Christmas song. There are PowerPoints to facilitate the learning of simple percussion parts. There are questions to develop listening skills and note reading. You can either perform the song in unison or play an accompaniment. This can be extended to a simple harmony and a counter melody. Resources include. 1. PPT Introduction – history of the song 2. PPT of the completed song 3. PPT teaching the accompaniments of the song with sound bytes. 4. Lyrics of the song 5. Video of the song 6. Mp3 vocals of the song 7. Mp3 backing with counter melody 8. Mp3 backing without percussion instruments 9. Notation melody 10. Notation chime bars 11. Notation counter melody Mu2/1.1 play and perform in solo and ensemble contexts, using their voices and playing musical instruments with increasing accuracy, fluency, control and expression Mu2/1.3 listen with attention to detail and recall sounds with increasing aural memory Mu2/1.4 use and understand staff and other musical notations Mu2/1.6 develop an understanding of the history of music.
pwilloughby3
UKULELE | 2 Songs to get started

UKULELE | 2 Songs to get started

1. A Sailor Went to Sea - pupils love this one, playing the C chord on the words sea/see. Helps them remember the chord name really well too. 2. Little Ukulele - great for getting pupils to learn the 2 fingered chord F, however, I teach them Am first. I have backing tracks for both, let me know if you need them.
tbrads90
'Songs for little learners'. Album of cool educational tunes

'Songs for little learners'. Album of cool educational tunes

Album of sixteen downloadable songs for teachers covering many curricula-linked themes for a range of age groups. Comes bundled with videos (most wth lyrics) of most of the songs. Some of the songs have their own TES resource pages where you can get lyrics, chord sheets, sheet music, backing track versions and more. 1. You can count on me: A danceable tune that teaches counting in a number of languages. 2. What's the time: Teaches quarter past, half past quarter yo and o'clock. 3. Recycling: A fun rockin' song that encourages children to 'turn old things into new things'. 4. Animals in danger: An upbeat yet sensitive song about endangered animals. 5. No bees. No people: A danceable song about the value of bees. 6. Goodbye Mr Panda: Another endangered animals songs, this time for younger children. 7. Tidy up: A danceable song. Good for getting younger children to clear up. 8. Time to rhyme: A lively song to explain rhyme. 9. Joey Chrome: Learn about each of the eight planets with this friendly alien. 10. To make a rainbow: Learn the colours, plus how rainbows are made. 11. Everybody's body: An action song for younger children. Promotes differentiation of body image. 12. Get healthy. Get happy: Actions. Movement. Dancing. Healthy. 13. Get you head in a book: Encourages children to read. 14. Let's make a band: Good for getting children to accompany on tambourines, shakers, and singing. 15. Smile: A relaxing 'time-out' song to promote smiling. 16. Shine a light: A Christmas song all about the power of light in the darkness of winter.
johnnyraindrop
Playing the Kazoo Song

Playing the Kazoo Song

This is a fun almost a cappella song about the kazoo. Of course, there are kazoo solo parts to have fun with and sing along with your students. Enjoy being silly with this small and simple instrument.
jimgaven