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Additional resources for the Summer Holiday

Please continue to access the resources shared for home learning whilst in lockdown, before the 10th July 2020. 

I have also shared a lovely new resource developed by The Royal Albert Hall in London. It teaches children about an orchestra, the instruments and their sounds and how they are played. There is a lovely work booklet too, that can be completed as your child follows the videos.

Learning about the orchestra will enable your child to develop their knowledge about instruments and their sounds and how they are played, which will help them with some of the listening activities in music lessons once they are back at school. 

A Million Dreams - Virtual Choir Project

Did you submit your recording for the 'A Million Dreams' Virtual Choir? Did you send in a photo? If so, here's the finished version, which sounds A-MAZ-ING!! Look out for yourself in the the photos! Mrs Bell spotted quite a few ARH pupils, so well done!

The following resources include activities suitable for pupils in KS1 and KS2. Your child/ren will access them in different ways and at different levels. The most important thing is that they - and you - have fun!

THE EXCITING OPPORTUNITY IS HERE! READ BELOW TO FIND OUT MORE

Do you enjoy singing? Would you like to be part of a virtual choir, led by Mark De-Lisser? Mark has worked with some of the UKs top vocal talent including Ariana Grande, Jessie J and Beverley Knight. He's also worked on a number of TV programmes such as 'Got It Covered' for Children in Need; BBC's 'Our Dementia Choir' with Vicky McClure and BBC's 'Meet the Street' at Christmas.

 

He also arrangde 'Stand by Me' for Harry and Meghan's wedding in 2018!

 

Follow the link below to find out more and to sign up. Remember to get parent/carer consent to be part of this amazing opportunity!

Learn 'Shake My Sillies Out' with Beccy Owen

Learn to shake your sillies out with this video and Beccy Owen!

'Baby beluga' - Learn the song about a little white whale

A charming sing-along song about a little white whale and feeling secure

Here's the song for VE Day - Friday 8th May - ' Keep Calm And Carry On ' from Out of the Ark Music @ Home

VE Day - ' Keep Calm And Carry On ' Taken from our World War II musical 'Treachery At Traitors' Quay', this song commemorates the 75th anniversary of VE Day

Rhythm Play Express - Cushion Play - Wed 29th April 2020

Musical fun with 'Stickman' - sing, dance and jam along. Bring a teddy, a cup, a sponge and a ball and get ready to tell a story on cushion mountain! If you missed the live performance, you can watch it back on YouTube later.

'Moving To The Music ' from Out of the Ark Music @ Home (Words on Screen Lyric Video)

Here's the song fro Monday 27th April 2020 - Move-it Monday - ' Moving To The Music ' Jam-packed with actions and missing words, this brain-teaser will have the children clapping, stamping, jumping, wriggling and nodding, but can they do it all in the right places? Go to
https://www.outoftheark.co.uk/ootam-at-home/?utm_source=homepage&utm_campaign=ootamathome2&utm_medium=banner
for the other songs this week.

'Wiggle Jiggle' Song of the Week - Sing Up

Learn the song AND the body percussion in this lovely teaching video by the songwriter herself. We'd love to see videos of you and your families singing this! Add them to the A.R.H. Twitter page, with permission from a responsible adult.

Here's the song 'One Moment, One People'

Visit the site and find the accompanying Pupil Pack to complete: www.singup.org/home-schooling/ks2/one-moment-one-people

KS1 - Rhythm Play Express - Paper Play

Rhythm Play Express with Dave 'Stickman' Higgins. Musical activities with 'Stickman' using paper to make music. Find some paper - newspaper, A4 paper or tissue paper, a crayon, a wooden spoon and saucepans and play and jam together.

Rhythm Play Express - Sponge Play

Spark Arts present Rhythm Play Express with Dave 'Stickman' Higgins. Grab a sponge and a plate and sing, dance and jam along with Stickman. For 0 to 7 years. Please share videos (adults to upload only) to the ARH Twitter page, so we can see how you got on. Have fun!

EYFS & KS1 - Rhythm Play Express - Sphere Play

Spark Arts present Rhythm Play Express with Dave 'Stickman' Higgins. For this journey of sound and rhythm, you will need 2 balls (one yellow, one white if you have them, if not don't worry), a length of ribbon, or something similar that can be swished around, a saucepan, washing up bowl and wooden spoon! Have fun!

Matt Lucas - Thank You Baked Potato

Sing-a-long with Matt Lucas and Baked Potato. Add your own actions and maybe you could even create your own lyrics!

'Body Beats' - body percussion online session, 'BBC Ten Pieces' 06/04/20

Beat Goes On Goes Live! A daily body percussion activity at 11am every week day, to get your children up and moving. More suitable for upper KS2, but please feel free to try with younger KS2 children too! Go to the bottom of this page to find the links for his other sessions.

'Body Beats' - body percussion online session - Friday 10th April 2020

'Body Beats' - body percussion online session - Thursday 9th April 2020

'Body Beats' - body percussion online session - Wednesday 8th April 2020

'Body Beats' - body percussion online session - Tuesday 7th April 2020

'Body Beats' - body percussion online session - Monday 6th April 2020

This piece was created by Ollie after listening to Anna Meredith's 'Connect It'. Why don't you go to the BBC Ten Pieces site (link is in the music links list) to find out about her, her piece and have a listen to it?

Ollie from 'Beat Goes On' teaching Body Percussion on CBeebies' 'Let's Go Club!'

A body percussion activity - using the body to vreate sounds - from 'Beat Goes On'. A great energiser that is fun too!

Ollie from 'Beat Goes On' teaches a 2nd Body Percussion routine on CBeebies' 'Let's Go Club!'

Another body percussion activity to energise and have fun with.

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