All children love their teddy-bears, so it’s no surprise that this lesson has always gone down very well. From the simplest tickle rhymes and action songs for the littlest ones, to imaginative sound stories and rhythm games for older children, there is plenty of material to keep everyone happy. (This post contains affiliate links) This […]
This DIY Magnet Music Notes activity is so easy and cheap to make, and in these days of digital overload it has a refreshingly retro appeal! It’s so important to make learning to read music fun, and this is a good way to keep it hands on and visual. These sort of music manipulatives are […]
Lego is such a brilliant toy! Teachers often use it to teach maths and so it’s also an excellent way to teach rhythm and notation with these lego beats music manipulatives. How To use Lego Music Manipulatives Younger children find the chunky ‘Duplo’ easier to manage so it’s best to start off […]
This Pot Of Gold Rhythm Activity is a great rhythm game for any St Patrick’s Day celebrations you may be planning. It makes a guessing game out of the rhythms taken from our other St Patrick’s Day songs, so click on the links below if you need to check on those. Michael Finnegan – visit this post to […]
Musical Activities for Spring!
The idea of little yellow chicks hatching from their eggs couldn’t be more in tune with the Spring season! This Spring song and puppet craft brings together the benefits of counting, singing, crafting and recycling, all in one! Spring Puppet Craft Spring Song : 6 Brown Eggs in a Nest of Hay Six brown eggs […]
Spring is such a lovely time of year to explore through song. Little tunes about bunnies, chicks and lambs, as well as farm songs always go down so well. The collection below includes a variety of spring songs for kids that look to teach different things. I’ve included a couple of counting songs, a circle […]
Our Sheep Lesson Plan is an excellent music class for the spring time or at any other time of year, with plenty of opportunity for exploring rhythm, singing and developing the imagination. Children up to 6 years of age will love learning to play the chime bars and enjoy the rhythm game and circle games, while toddlers from […]