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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.

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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.
Open the Door to Your Heart in Advent (A Service of rhymes, prayer and song for Advent)
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Open the Door to Your Heart in Advent (A Service of rhymes, prayer and song for Advent)

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Written in 2011 and performed by the juniors in two separate schools. This is a thought provoking service with rhyme, readings and reflections including a mixture of old and new carols to help us all prepare our hearts for Christmas. This is not a passive service as each class takes a theme and creates art work to depict this theme, sings or dances to their theme and writes their own reflections to make every child feel a part of the event and hopefully reflect on their own actions during Advent.
Blue Bell Boogie Woogie: A Spring Song
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Blue Bell Boogie Woogie: A Spring Song

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A delightful Spring song where the simple melody of the verse invokes skipping through a Spring Meadow. The chorus on the other hand will provide hours of fun as the children follow the dance steps in the lyrics. The possibilities for extended activities inspired by this song both musical and non musical are endless. Hope it inspires you and you have a lot of fun!
Tiger, Tiger, Orange and Black: An animal song about a Tiger
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Tiger, Tiger, Orange and Black: An animal song about a Tiger

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Set in a minor key this slightly scary song conjures up images of tigers prowling swamps and jungles ready to pounce on their prey. The children will love creeping to the music of the verse then the more up beat chorus is about visiting tigers in the zoo where the children are completely safe. Create actions and get the children to compose or improvise accompaniments to the song and you could have a show stopper on your hands. Enjoy! More animal songs available at www.fun-kee-music.co.uk
The Littlies Nativity (A Christmas Nativity Play for Playgroups and EYFS)
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The Littlies Nativity (A Christmas Nativity Play for Playgroups and EYFS)

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A short and sweet chronological re-telling of the Nativity Story using well known children's songs. This was written as a special request from St Joseph's Playgroup in Hertford for their Christmas performance in 2014. The parents loved the children's performance and the playgroup leaders said it helped the children to remember the events leading up to the very first Christmas Day. Great fun was had by all.
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.
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.
The Worm Rock'n' Roll: A Mini Beast Song
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The Worm Rock'n' Roll: A Mini Beast Song

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A fun but simple Rock 'n' Roll Song with plenty of opportunity for movement and actions telling the story of a worm who lives 'under the ground but loves to move to that rock 'n' roll sound.' Children will have a ball joining in with this song and it's a great addition to a topic on Mini-Beasts.
Five Fat Bumble Bees: A Mini Beast Song
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Five Fat Bumble Bees: A Mini Beast Song

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A busy bumble bee song where children learn to count backwards from 5, simple subtraction skills and practise vocal and listening skills whilst having great fun in the chorus moving in time to the music, buzzing and flapping like bumble bees. Why not listen to 'Flight of the Bumble Bee' by Rimsky Korsakov and encourage the children to select instruments to create their own 'Bumble Bee music? A great addition to a topic on Mini-Beasts
An Acrostic Advent Service
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An Acrostic Advent Service

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Written in 2012 and performed by St Joseph's R.C. School in Hertford, Advent themes are explored by spelling out the word Advent. Each child plays a part by singing, reading, listening or writing original reflections whilst hopefully examining their own Advent journey. A combination of musical styles makes this a heart-warming and thought provoking service.
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.
Nativity Crackers (A Christmas Musical Nativity Play for KS1)
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Nativity Crackers (A Christmas Musical Nativity Play for KS1)

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A delightful Nativity Play with a modern day twist. An enlightened Parish Priest determined to make parishioners focus on the real meaning of Christmas hands each family a box of Christmas Crackers as they leave Midnight Mass. These are the 'Nativity Crackers' and each riddle and gift reveals something about the Christmas Story. As the crackers are pulled and the message dawns on the family, they freeze frame and we are transported back in time to the events of the first Christmas Story. The children, staff and parents of two Hertfordshire schools loved this play. The songs in a variety of styles offer much scope for actions, dance and solos and the script can be adapted to suit your needs.
Chinese Zodiac Animal Song and Rap
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Chinese Zodiac Animal Song and Rap

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A fun song/rap written for a Nursery class to be performed with actions, props, claves and instruments linking with their topic on ‘Chinese New Year’. We performed this at an assembly with a blue cloth river, animal masks and instruments and the parents loved it. It would be suitable for the whole of KS1 and could be a stimulus for a whole host of activities from the use of ordinal numbers, to dance, to mask making as well as all the obvious musical activities.
Song and Rhyme at Christmas Time (A Simple Christmas Nativity)
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Song and Rhyme at Christmas Time (A Simple Christmas Nativity)

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A simple re-telling of the traditional nativity with narration in rhyme, acting and singing. The songs are simple with opportunities for dancing and soloists but the addition of actions in the choruses of the songs means that all children feel involved and have a happy and pro-active nativity experience whilst learning about the true meaning of Christmas.
Don't Be Late, Quick Hibernate: A fun wintry song
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Don't Be Late, Quick Hibernate: A fun wintry song

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A charming fun song with a simple melody where the lyrics tell of the animals that actually hibernate during winter in this country. This would be a perfect addition to a topic on winter or seasons. Additional activities could include learning about and categorizing the animals using musical instruments or simply choosing suitable rhythmic patterns to accompany the melody. However you choose to use this song I hope you and your children have fun with it. A great addition to your Primary School Music Resources
Feed the Birds in Winter: A thought provoking song for a Winter Topic
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Feed the Birds in Winter: A thought provoking song for a Winter Topic

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A sweet song inspired by the joy my grandson has watching the birds out of the window on the feeders during winter and one of my favourite songs of all times 'Feed the Birds' from Mary Poppins. I hope you and your children enjoy this song which could be a prelude to many other activities musical and otherwise whilst you explore 'Winter' as a topic. There's plenty of opportunity for actions and movement in the chorus too.
Wrap up Warm It's Winter: A fun song about Winter Clothes
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Wrap up Warm It's Winter: A fun song about Winter Clothes

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A humorous song which we can all relate to having been so wrapped up in winter woollies as children that we could hardly move by the time we got outside to play in the snow. The lyrics of the song tell of all the various layers of clothing children have to endure ending with 'our warmest pair of trews' (a Scottish term for trousers)before getting so hot that hats and gloves are soon discarded 'but please don't tell our Mum's Shh!' Why not create a musical composition using the layers of clothing as ways to build up layers of sound? Another great addition to a topic on 'Winter.'
Snowman Mate Evaporates: A fun song to add to enhance a winter topic
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Snowman Mate Evaporates: A fun song to add to enhance a winter topic

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A sweet song about an evaporating snowman introducing a touch of science into the proceedings! Children will love the humour in the song as the snowman's eyes pop out and his ears disappear but hopefully the children will not get too sad as the last line of the song says 'But we will build another snow mate next cold and snowy day!' Why not create compositions inspired by this exploring diminuendo? Working in groups each child could play their instruments altogether then gradually drop out to paint a musical picture of the snowman disappearing as their music gets quieter and quieter. The possibilities for other activities inspired by this song are endless making it a good addition to your Primary School School Music Resources.
Ice Skating and Hot Chocolate: A song for a Winter Topic
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Ice Skating and Hot Chocolate: A song for a Winter Topic

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A pretty song in 3/4 time about two great winter treats for lucky children. Pop up Ice Rinks mean that many more children these days can experience the thrills of ice skating and of course a nice warm Hot Chocolate Drink afterwards. The adjectives in the chorus will provide fun for the children as they try to emulate the sound of the words and the flow of the music lends itself to perhaps creating a class dance and original pieces of music depicting skating in 3/4 time. Have fun with this great Priamry School Music Resource.
Awesome Angels Versus Shimmering Stars (A Christmas Nativity Play for KS1)
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Awesome Angels Versus Shimmering Stars (A Christmas Nativity Play for KS1)

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In this refreshingly different retelling of the age old tale, the story of the Nativity unfolds during a court case to decide whether the 'Awesome Angels' or the 'Shimmering Stars' played the most important part in the story of the first Christmas. The humorous script and ten catchy songs in a variety of musical idioms will engage KS1 children from start to finish without diminishing the importance of this great event. No child will feel left out as there are 60 parts in total with plenty of opportunities for solo or group singing, dancing, actions and basically a whole lot of fun in this unique Christmas Play for Infants. Hope you have as much fun with this as we did!