“The Beggar’s Opera” to “The Farmer In the Dell” to “A Hunting We Will Go” and now morphed into exploring science, try this new version of a very old song.
No matter what size they are, ears are amazing! Add actions to this camp song.
Pussycat, pussycat, where have you been? Travel up and down the scale with this folksong.
Get together with this traditional tune to “keep our world green”.
Get together with this familiar tune to “keep our world green”.
Take a deep breath —can you sing through the chorus without pausing? Add actions to the challenge of making it through this “just for fun” camp song.
Sing with hope for the world in which we live. Try the instruments only, full band version for the feel of Dixieland jazz.
“Do, mi, so and high do create a memorable melody for this versitile song.
Sing as is, turn into a round, break into 3 lines and sing as partner songs and/or add simple pitched accompaniment with voices or instruments.
Move five Green and speckled Frogs into a minor key, add word changes and an ecological lament is heard. How else has the music been changed to enhance the new mood?
Froggie fingers make this counting backwards song an annual May and June favourite!
Grains and legumes form the basis for diets all around the world, however they are farmed. This lilting song from England follows their growth.