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I have been a music teacher for 30 years plus and have written many original songs over the years for fellow teachers and school events. I would like to share them with you at a reasonable cost to cover my expenses. I hope you like them and find them useful.

I have been a music teacher for 30 years plus and have written many original songs over the years for fellow teachers and school events. I would like to share them with you at a reasonable cost to cover my expenses. I hope you like them and find them useful.
Chinese New Year Song
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Chinese New Year Song

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A fun song written for a Reception class to be performed with actions and instruments to enhance their assembly about ‘Chinese New Year.’ but it would be suitable for the whole of KS1. The actions are contained in the lyrics of the song and tuned percussion were used to create melodic ostinati. The children really loved creating a fan dance to the backing track in between the two verses.
Barmy Roman Army
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Barmy Roman Army

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A fun topical song written for a Year 2 class to conclude their assembly on the Romans. The song provides plenty of opportunity to include actions and follow up activities. Why not ask your children to create their own Roman Army Marching Music or using the lyrics to the song as inspiration they could create music for a chariot race and the Roman Baths? Get out the claves and create different rhythmic patterns to accompany your own Roman Rap.The possibilities are endless with this great Primary School Music Resource also available from www.fun-kee-music.co.uk.
The Nativity Train on Track For Christmas (A Nativity Play for EYFS and KS1)
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The Nativity Train on Track For Christmas (A Nativity Play for EYFS and KS1)

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Everything you need: script, cast lists, sheet music, backing tracks and full audios, to put on a refreshingly different Christmas Nativity Play. Nativity Train on Track for Christmas is an original take on the Nativity story for EYFS and KS1 where we join the children on a train journey from one Nativity Station to the other. We visit Nazareth, The Roman Barracks, Feather Stone Farm (where the Donkey is having a little holiday from the busy town), Busy Bethlehem, Super Star Mountain, The Special Stable and Shepherd Mountain. The script is very simple with nine Station Masters setting the different scenes and there are all the usual suspects you would find in a traditional Nativity Story. The songs are catchy, easy to learn and humorous where appropriate including opportunities for solo singing but there are plenty of choruses for the whole cast to join in with and perform actions to as well. The parents and staff at St Joseph's School in Hertford and Sacred Heart in Ware thoroughly enjoyed this show and I hope you will too.
Circles of Light (A thought provoking Service for Advent)
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Circles of Light (A thought provoking Service for Advent)

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Everything you need to produce a thought provoking Advent service for Junior Children. Each class owns a circle of light ( four purple candles in a wreath each with a theme.) The children then write their own bidding prayers, reflections or poems to accompany their own circle of light. I chose a mixture of old and new carols and songs to bring the sometimes 'tired' traditional carol service up to date and make it really relevant to the children in their Advent Journey. The service can be adapted to suit your own needs. This one was written to be performed in St Joseph's Church in Hertford. Hope this helps you create a really meaningful service in amongst the secular build up to Christmas.
Caribbean Treasure Island: A Pirate Song
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Caribbean Treasure Island: A Pirate Song

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A jolly Pirate song in a Calypso Style with plenty of opportunity for movement, fun and games. During the chorus a real coconut could be passed round with the person left holding the coconut when the music stops having to do a forfeit. Or half a coconut could be banged on the floor as it's passed round to create a rhythmic accompaniment. The possibilities are endless.
Winter Weather: A song about the weather in winter
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Winter Weather: A song about the weather in winter

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A great addition to your 'Winter' Primary School Music Resources. The song touches on some of the different weather types experienced in winter and how to get rid of the winter blues by jumping and clapping and could be the prelude to a whole host of activities musical and otherwise. Have fun with this simple little song.
Baa Baa Baby Sheep
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Baa Baa Baby Sheep

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A charming Easter Song about lambs playing in a field. It takes the form of a counting song starting with five lambs playing but gradually their numbers dwindle so an excellent addition to your maths spring sessions...your children will also love acting the lyrics out and pretending to be the lambs in the song. There is plenty of scope for musical accompaniment and actions within the song too. Hope these leaping lambs bring lots of spring fun.
Mrs Chicken Laid an Egg: A Spring and Easter Song
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Mrs Chicken Laid an Egg: A Spring and Easter Song

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A fun counting song which would make a great addition to a Spring or Easter Topic. The song tells of Mrs Chicken sitting on her eggs and almost being surprised as each chick comes along. You could use this in your maths sessions too and children will love performing the actions contained within the lyrics.
Easter Bunny Counting Song: A Spring or Easter Counting Song
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Easter Bunny Counting Song: A Spring or Easter Counting Song

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This simple Easter and Spring song will delight children especially especially if you let them hop around the room in time to the music and use real Easter Eggs as visual aids. You could even incorporate an Egg Hunt in the Song and increase the numbers of eggs included.
Nursery Harvest Song
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Nursery Harvest Song

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A fun song written for a nursery class to perform at their harvest festival assembly. The children stamped their feet and played claves to accompany the song. The song provided a starting point for many other activities and would be a good resource for the whole of KS1.
Building Materials Song
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Building Materials Song

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A fun song written for a Year 1 class to add another dimension to their topic on ‘Buildings.’ After learning the song and substituting other number patterns in the chorus as a Maths activity the children selected sound sources to create different building materials and built walls of sound exploring crescendo and diminuendo. Hope you have fun with this song which is also available at www.fun-kee-music.co.uk
Have You Seen Frozen Peas Growing on Trees?
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Have You Seen Frozen Peas Growing on Trees?

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A fun harvest song written for a Year 1 class (but suitable for the whole of KS1) when the teacher wanted to explore the processed food angle in a Harvest Assembly. This fun and unusual harvest song explains how we can all enjoy the fruits of the harvest all the year round. The humorous nature of the lyrics and accompaniment fills the children with glee and the song could be the starting point for many related musical activities. Also available from my website.
Kung Fu Panda: A song about a Panda's Habitat
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Kung Fu Panda: A song about a Panda's Habitat

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A fun song written for a Year 2 class to link with their topic on 'Habitats'. The children went on to create their own song verses about other endangered animals and we performed our class song in an assembly. Actions really enhance the song log with percussion accompaniment.
Sleepy Little Snail: A Mini Beast Song
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Sleepy Little Snail: A Mini Beast Song

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A slow, sweet, simple song to help children be aware of different tempos in music whilst learning a few 'snail facts' as they sing. Children could accompany this song with instruments selecting appropriate rhythmic patterns and then create their own snail music.
Sitting in My Family Tree: A Song About Families
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Sitting in My Family Tree: A Song About Families

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A fun song in the style of an American Folk Song to link with the Year 1 topic of 'Families Past and Present.' We danced the gallop, created accompaniments with class room instruments and generally had a 'blast' singing this song.
Signs of Spring for You and Me: A Spring Song
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Signs of Spring for You and Me: A Spring Song

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A sweet and simple song for E.Y.F.S and Early K.S.1. about the signs of spring in parks and gardens. The song is easy to learn as it has a repetitive verse and a chorus that includes actions which the children will love. It would be a great addition to an end of topic assembly too.
Pretty Ladybird: A song about a ladybird.
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Pretty Ladybird: A song about a ladybird.

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A sweet simple song written for 'Playgroup' children using the tune of the well known nursery rhyme 'Three Blind Mice.' The lyrics have been changed to fit in with a 'Mini Beast' theme and tell of a lady bird wearing ' A red dress with polka dots.'
We're Going on Safari: A fun animal song
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We're Going on Safari: A fun animal song

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A fun yet informative song giving children the opportunity to march in time to the music with their pretend binoculars in the chorus then practise echo singing in the verse whilst trying to guess the safari animal the teacher is describing as she/he sings. A great starting point for a topic on animals or habitats.