Class 2 Music
SING UP WEBSITE
Have a look at the website ‘Sing up’, particularly the ‘Sing up at home’ section:
There are many resources so do feel free to explore. Sing up have created special themed playlists for you
Feel free to use these however you'd like!
Class 2 Topic: Beast Hunters
This half term, your child's topic in Class 2 is 'Beast hunters' with a focus on minibeasts and dinosaurs. For the moment, we will focus on minibeasts, particularly flies, ants, spiders and bees!
Why not learn this song from 'Sing up'
There was an old woman who swallowed a fly (click here)
The ants go marching (click here)
Incy Wincy Spider (click here)
If you have any difficulties in accessing Charanga Yumu, please let me know.
Please click on the box which says 'Songs for ages 5 to 7'. Then click on the box 'Scheme Songs'. After this you will be able to select from a list of songs.
This half term, why not learn the song We go from flower to flower. Click on the package 'Songs for ages 5 - 7', then select 'Other songs for ages 5 to 7'. Within this section you will find the above song about bees.
Flight of the Bumble Bee by Rimsky-Korsakov
Have a listen to a famous piece of classical music by the composer Rimsky-Korsakov. If you listen to the music you might be able to imagine a bee buzzing quickly from flower to flower. This is a link to a lovely You Tube video which also animates the bee. (click here)
Why not download this document which provides you with more information about Rimsky-Korsakov and this piece of music?
‘Song of the week’
Don't forget to have a go (or at least listen to) Sing Up's song of the week.
Virtual Big Sing
Lancashire Music Service's Virtual Big Sing is nearly here – follow the daily videos on the LMS YouTube Channel from Monday next week to learn the songs and then join in on Thursday 25 June when children and families from all over Lancashire will be singing in our virtual performance with singing leaders Emma and Tim.
Making Music at Home from BCMG...
Birmingham Contemporary Music Group have put together some composing activities you can do at home, with and without instruments. It looks really good, for example, finding objects in your garden or your home.
Click on this link to find out more:
For further free online music resources for parents (please click here)