Class 2 Music

SING UP WEBSITE

Have a look at the website ‘Sing up’, particularly the ‘Sing up at home’ section:

https://www.singup.org/singupathome

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!

 

This half term, your child's topic in Class 2 is 'African Safari'. Why not listen to and learn the song 'Souallé'. This is beautiful and tender lullaby from Africa, with simple vocal harmonies. It is part of the relaxing/soothing song collection.

https://www.singup.org/singupathome/relaxing-soothing

 

Song of the week’

This week, Sing Up wanted to take a moment to celebrate families – how different they are and how important they are to all of us. That's why their 'Song of the Week' is the brilliant, big-hearted What makes a family. It's so singable and feels like exactly the thing we need - we think you'll love it.

Join in and learn to sing and sign the Makaton with singer songwriter Al Start.

https://www.singup.org/singupathome/song-of-the-week

 

However, I would still love you all to learn 'One moment, one people' which can now be found in the section 'Empowering/Inspiring'. Click on that box and you will find the song in the list. You will be able to access a track with vocals, a backing track and the lyrics. It would be fantastic if your children (and hopefully the whole family) could learn the song. I would love it if you could record your version of the song and send it into school. Then (with your permission) we could upload these videos onto the school website.

 

CHARANGA YUMU WEBSITE

https://www.lancashiremusichub.co.uk/yumu/login

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.

Last week, I hope you enjoyed listening to Banana Rap. 

If you didn't get a chance last week, make sure you have a go at learning and singing 'Banana Rap' which is a fun song and can link to your 'African Safari' topic. It would be lovely if some of you could record yourself singing 'Banana Rap' and send it into me. 

 

Have fun!

Mrs Duckworth