This fast moving jig calls feet to join with voices.
What happened to those who built the railroads?
Listeners may recognize this piece often used in movies
and commercials, but what is the real story?
1895 saw the beginning of “Purple Cow” popularity. Join in with the ditty and explore different musical ways to perform its rhymes.
Ickle Ockle may be used to try out music reading skills or harmonize by singing as a round. Or teach it as a Counting Rhyme and listen for it on the school yard!
Switch up this well-known American working song by adding a Canadian story.
Mother and Father sing of their love for a newborn daughter in this Inuit lullaby.
Pussycat, pussycat, where have you been? Travel up and down the scale with this folksong.
Practice the scale by singing about this unusual dog.
Sing through the scale in a colourful song.