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Chocolate Eggs At Easter
Chocolate Eggs At Easter - by Ruth Kenward - Age 5 to 8 yrs - KS1 (1m 1s)
Theme – Easter is a special time for Easter eggs!
Content – A cute song from the musical ‘The Chocolate Shop’ that would work well on its own as part of a KS1 Easter presentation, with a group of children taking the part of the Easter eggs.
This song is featured in our quirky Easter musical for KS1: 'The Chocolate Shop' which is about Easter eggs, chocolate bunnies - and forgiveness!
Cuckoo by Jan Dobbins - 3 to 7 yrs - Early Years, KS1 (1m 56s)
Theme - Cuckoo, spring, nature, birds
Content - A delightfully simple song about a baby cuckoo. Very pretty - and perfect for even the youngest children to join in on the echoes.
'Cuckoo' is featured in the Early Years songbook 'Zippety Zappy Zee'
Does Everybody Know?
Does Everybody Know by Nick Perrin - age 5 to 9 yrs - KS1, KS2 (1m 54s)
Theme - Harvest, where food comes from
Content - Where does our food come from? The shops and supermarkets, of course! "Chuck it in the trolley, check it out! Stuff it in a bag, wheel it out!" Wait a minute... No! "It comes from the earth, that's a fact." A great song for Harvest time, or alongside any food-related topic.
Easter’s Coming by Sarah Baker - age 7 to 11 yrs - KS2 (2m 55s)
Theme – Anticipating Easter, remembering the hill with three crosses
Content – the verses each take a different aspect of Easter. Verse 1 reflects spring, and the changes in nature that tell us Easter’s on the way; verse 2 is all about chocolate and Easter cake; verse 3 is about people doing special things at Easter, painting eggs, making bonnets, singing in church etc. The chorus recalls the Christian Easter story, as we 'travel in time to the hill of three crosses' to remember Jesus' sacrifice on the cross - and the joy of the resurrection. Hosanna!
This song is featured in 'Songs For All Seasons'
'Feeling Hot' by Jan Dobbins - 3 to 7 yrs - Early Years, KS1 (1m 19s)
Theme - Feeling hot, my body, sunscreen, summer, weather, seasons
Content - A lovely, bouncy song with lots of quirky sound effects about feeling very hot in the sunshine, but with a great, simple message to teach the importance of protecting young skin from the damaging effects of the sun.
Harvest Moon by Ruth Kenward - 5 to 11 yrs KS1, KS2 (2m 07s)
Theme - Harvest, night time, the moon, the countryside, nature
Content - A lyrical and very evocative song for Harvest time, conjuring up a moonlit field, rippling barley and wheat, a snowy owl in flight... delightful and very simple.
Hosanna Jesus - by Nick Perrin - Age 7 to 11 yrs - KS2 (2m 22s)
Theme – Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem, Easter, Hosanna
Content - The crowds lining Jesus’ way into Jerusalem call out to him: ‘Hosanna! Save us, Lord!’ A powerful song to open an Easter service or assembly for juniors. Simple harmonies (optional) make this a great Easter song choice for junior choirs.
This song features in the Easter cantata 'Roll Back The Stone'
I Like The Weather
I Like The Weather by Jan Dobbins - 3 to 7yrs - Early Years, KS1 (1m 22s)
Theme - seasons, weather, sun, rain, wind and snow, nature
Content - A song to help young children express the fun to be had in different kinds of weather. Great sound effects - and even the youngest children can join in with the actions and weather sounds!
I'm Cold by Jan Dobbins - 3 to 7 yrs - Early Years, KS1 (1m 32s)
Theme - being cold, snow, ice, winter, weather
Content - a fun song for Early Years that lends itself to actions, as it talks about feeling cold and wrapping up warm. With colourful and evocative backing music that really sets the atmosphere.
Only One World
Only One World by Nick Perrin - Age 7 to 11yrs - KS2 (2m 23s)
Theme - Global unity, sharing, Harvest, citizenship, environment
Content - An uplifting song on the theme of global citizenship, with an anthemic feel and inspiring message of unity. It's also a song with a difference for Harvest time, as it talks about the harvest to be reaped after we've sowed "seeds of understanding". An excellent choice for older juniors.
This song comes from the short musical 'Harvest Hope'
Roll Back The Stone
Roll Back The Stone by Nick Perrin - 7 to 13 yrs - KS2, KS3 (1m 50s)
Theme - Easter, resurrection, hope, new life
Content - A song about the hope that Jesus’ resurrection brings, as the stone is rolled away from the empty tomb. The seed of new life has been sown, promising lasting peace and freedom. The song declares that faith can move mountains and roll back the 'stone', which (it is implied) still needs to be rolled back in our lives today. Very effective harmony/counterpoint parts make this ideal as a piece for junior choir.
Snowflake Serenade by Peter Fardell - 5 to 8 yrs
Theme – snow, winter, snowflakes, weather, cold
Content - A gentle song to conjure up a snowy day. As millions of snowflakes drift down, whirling as they fall, it’s almost like a dance: a snowflake serenade. Very attractive as part of an assembly on the theme of winter, and ideal for infant dance purposes.
‘Snowflake Serenade’ features in the ever-popular mini-musical for KS1 – ‘A Christmas Recipe’
Splish, Splash, Stamp
Splish, Splash, Stamp! by Jan Dobbins - 3 to 7 yrs - Early Years, KS1 (1m 39s)
Theme - Rain, Weather, Colour, size, boots - and where to wear them!
Content - A chant that will really engage those younger children who find it hard to join in with singing. A great groove to encourage active participation, and children will enjoy the silliness of some of the suggestions about how boots should be worn. ‘Would you wear them in the mud or wear them in the bath?’
This song also features in the songbook 'Zippety Zappy Zee'
Summer, Autumn, Winter, Spring
Summer, Autumn, Winter, Spring by Nick Perrin - Age 5 to 11yrs - KS1, KS2 (2m 35s)
Theme - Seasons, Harvest, thankfulness, sharing, seeds, weather
Content - An appealing and easy-to-learn song for Harvest, which expresses thankfulness for the precious food that nature brings, as well as expressing the intention to share when we have plenty to spare.
Sweet Summer by Chlay - 7 to 13yrs - KS2, KS3 (2m 17s)
Theme - summer, holidays, sunshine, freedom, seasons, weather
Content - A bright song with lots of character about the joys of lazy, hazy summer days - and holiday time on the beach! Very easy to learn, with a pop feel that goes down well with children and all summer lovers. This song is suitable for general singing, but would also be a great addition to a junior choir’s repertoire because of the simple and effective harmony parts and fills (optional).
This song also features in songbook 'Songs For All Seasons'
The Chocolate Shop
The Chocolate Shop - by Ruth Kenward & Caroline Kimber- Age 5 to 8 yrs. (1m 40s)
Theme – chocolate, Easter, Easter eggs
Content - A ‘sweet’ song about an imaginary chocolate shop, wishing everyone a Happy Easter. This is the title song of the musical by the same name, but would also work as part of an Easter assembly presentation, with children creating a shop window effect with pictures, or by dressing in costumes.
This song features in the Easter musical 'The Chocolate Shop'
Turn, Turn by Nick Perrin - Age 5 to 9yrs - KS1, KS2 (1m 09s)
Theme - windmills, harvest, seasons
Content - This well-written and simple 3-part round is about a windmill, its sails going round, and the stones turning as they grind the grain. Very effective, easy to teach and ideal for Harvest.
When Seeds Grow
When Seeds Grow by Julie Newcombe & Ruth Kenward - 7 to 11yrs - KS2 (2m 29s)
Theme - seasons in life, seeds, nature, growth, development and maturity, spring
Content - This highly original song makes a parallel between seasons in our lives and cycles of growth in nature. Suitable for PHSE or assembly, and ideal for Harvest time. The optional harmonies and counterpoint are simple to learn, making this a great song for choir purposes, as well as for general singing and assembly.
This song also features in the songbook 'Songs For All Seasons'