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MUSIC

Please click on the following links for music resources you can use at home:

Music Makers - Lesson 9 

Music Makers - Lesson 10

Recorders - Lesson 9

Recorders - Lesson 10

 

 

 

 

 

Some Music Websites for the children to explore at Home. (Some of the sites need adobe flash). Many also seem to work best on a PC rather than ipad.

Suggested Music Websites/Activities to Explore at Home

Description

Age guide

Bring the Noise     https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/bring-the-noise

This is a great website with lots to explore. Why not

start by exploring 

  • Play it
  • Andy’s Animal Raps
  • Found Sounds with Yolande Brown
  • Sonic Explorers
  • Thunder jam
  • There is a section on musical activities to try at home.

 

EYFS KS1,lower KS2

Yolande’s Band Jam – on  Iplayer Cbeebies

 Short  15 minute episodes . It has live music and talks about different musical aspects, dynamics/tempo/stop and start etc. Children can join in the dancing from home.

 

EYFS KS1,lower KS2

Classics for kids https://www.classicsforkids.com

 

A lovely site which is designed to help children learn about classical music, with  lots of games and activites

 

KS1 and KS2

https://www.lessonsense.com/themes/music/music-crafts/

 

Music craft – some fun ideas for making musical instruments

 

EYFS/

KS1

http://www.bbc.co.uk/northernireland/schools/4_11/music/mm/index.shtml

 

Musical Mysteries . Have fun solving the musical mysteries on this BBC site. You can compose your own music and find out about different sounds, rhythms, moods and musical instruments. ( you will need flash player)

 

EYFS, KS1 and lower KS2

 

http://www.musicgames.net/livegames/orchestra/orchestra2.htm

 

An interactive game to test how well you can listen to and identify the instruments in the orchestra. Click play to access the free online game.

 

KS1/KS2

BBC bitesize   KS2 Music https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/subjects/zwxhfg8

Short cartoons explanation for topics such as rhythm, duration, tempo melody,pitch, harmony, texture. Each cartoon is followed by an explantion and a short film clip relating it to a piece of music from classical to modern.

KS2

Garage band - An app for composing music.

Year 5 and 6 have had a series of lessons in school on how to use it to compose music. You can download it for free . There are lots of you tube tutorials if they need a reminder of how to use it. Only for use on ipads.

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KS2

http://www.sfskids.org

 

 

Take a tour round the Sanfranciso symphony orchestra , listening to some of the music they play , learning about different instruments and composers as you go. The site is  a little tricky to navigate but once you get the hang of it there is lots to dicover about the composers and their music.

KS2

https://www.nms.ac.uk/explore-our-collections/games/world-music-composer/

Listen to clips of music from around the world and then use them to create your own composition.

KS2

Suitable for https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/live-lessons/ten-pieces-party-live-lesson/znn82sg

 

BBC ten pieces live lesson (60 min) focusing on rhythm , melody, dynamics for  composition

KS2