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Light The World

Shared light is the theme of this multi-cultural holiday song.

Add a simple accompaniment and sign language to make this into a multi-cultural concert song.  For a more elaborate rendition, check out “Light The World Rondo”.

I’m Gonna Be A …

A simple question and answer song to explore ideas and dreams.

From Mardi Gras to Purim to Halloween  –many cultures have special days that centre around costumes.  Try this question and answer song for playing dress-up or being grown-ups.  Students sing their own ideas to a set tune.

I Like To Eat

Apples, Epples, Ipples, Opples, Upples –enjoy a silly song while learning vowel sounds.

It’s hard not to smile while singing this well known camp song.  Try it during Language Arts to teach vowel sounds.

I Hear With My Little Ear

I hear with my little ear, smell with my little nose, taste …

Five variations of “I Spy” extending the game to all senses.  Playing the game gives many opportunities for students to sing alone (often without really noticing that’s what they are doing) while asking and answering the questions.

Hellos x2

Three vocal warm-ups encorporating many langauges.

Three vocal warm-ups use a variety of languages to sing “Hello”.  Learn from the mp3s or mp4s, then invite students to become leaders in their own language of birth.

Ha Ha This-A-Way

A song with an interesting history and simple movements …

A song with an interesting history.  Simple movements make a good introduction to dance.  Zip in student choice of perambulation to build vocabulary.