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Before The Dreamtime
Before The Dreamtime by John Gleadall - 7 to 11 yrs (2m 45s)
Theme – Australian Aboriginal Dreamtime story, Guthi-Guthi, digeridoo
Content – This song is based on an Aboriginal creation story from Ngiyaampaa country. A version told by ‘Aunty Beryl Carmichael’ can be found online. Aboriginal creation stories tell of the Dreamtime, which is the time before creation began. Dreaming stories tell of the ancestor spirits who created the land and everything on it. The Wongutha are an Aboriginal tribe.
‘Before The Dreamtime’ features in the KS2 musical ‘The Button Box’
Bucket And Spade
Bucket And Spade by Jan Dobbins - 4 to 7 yrs - KS1 2m 6s
Theme – Summer, the sea, seaside, beach, holidays, sandcastles
Content – A relaxed song that conjures up a sunny afternoon on the beach. The seashore sound effects create a lazy summer atmosphere – and even the youngest children can join in with the responses.
Theme – counting, bees
Content – A simple song for Early Years, counting buzzy bees up to five.
'Buzzy Bees' comes from the songbook 'Zippety Zappy Zee'
Driving My Tractor
Driving My Tractor by Jan Dobbins - 3 to 7 yrs - Early Years, KS1 (2m 37s)
Theme - Driving a tractor, farming, animals
Content - A fun song about driving a tractor and picking up various farm animals along the way. Children will love the tractor sounds! Listen to the Barefoot Books animated version of this song on YouTube HERE
This song is featured in Early Years songbook 'Zippety Zappy Zee'
'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.
Marching Band by Jan Dobbins - 3 to 7 yrs - Early Years, KS1 (1m 58s)
Theme - Marching, percussion instruments
Content - An appealing song about a marching band and the different instruments that play in it. Children love to pretend to play the trumpet, drum, whistle and crash cymbals as they march up and down.
This song is featured in the songbook 'Zippety Zappy Zee'
Paradise Island by John Gleadall - 7 to 11yrs - KS2 (3m 08s)
Theme - tropical island, holiday, summer, sunshine, Jamaica. seasons
Content - a feelgood song about travelling to the island of Jamaica. Very summery, with lovely harmonies that make this a good song for junior choirs.
This song is from the musical/songbook 'The Button Box'
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'
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'
You Gotta Try
You Gotta Try by Peter O'Hare - 7 to 11 yrs - KS2 (1m 47s)
Theme - Perseverance, determination, patience
Content - A strong, positive song about not giving up. The energetic chorus says it all ‘You gotta try, try, keep on trying!’ The key change into the final chorus gives the song a great finish that children enjoy. Great for general singing, but especially useful for PSHE and assembly.
This song has a partner story and complete assembly on the same theme. You can find this in 'Assemblies Alive KS2', which also contains 14 other assemblies, songs and stories.