Shears Green Infant School

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Suitable for EYFS


CBeebies has a programme called Melody which tells the story of a piece of music as you listen. There are a variety of different styles of classical composers.  It encourages children to use their imagination.


Sing Up is giving access to some free resources which teach children some fun songs as well as some curriculum based ones. e.g about continents and animal lifecycles


BBC Radio has access to a variety of songs and stories which are brought to life through music. An easy alternative to storytime as well as access to lots of traditional nursery rhymes. Perfect if you have a young family.


Try this song for encouraging your children to brush their teeth!!

Brush Your Teeth” (Use the Melody of “Jingle Bells” to Sing Along)

Brush your teeth,

Brush your teeth,

Give your teeth a treat.

Brush up and down and all around,

To keep them clean and neat!

Brush them once,

Brush them twice,

Brush three times a day.

Brush up and down and all around,

Keep cavities away!

Suitable for KS1


Cup rhythms – Encourage your child to use their favourite piece of music and create their own rhythms using taps, clap, bangs etc. You could record it and send it to a friend for them to copy.‚Äč


Myleene Klass is running online music lessons which tackle a variety of different musical skills and teach children how to read the basics in music.


Play the piano! This website has a virtual keyboard which children can play familiar tunes with or compose their own. Worth combining with YouTube videos for learning to play favourite nursery rhymes:


Garage Band is a free online programme whereby children can create their own music. There is a free lesson to get you started.


 The Royal Opera House is giving access to some of their productions. I would particularly recommend Peter and the Wolf as an introduction to opera.

  • Peter and the Wolf, The Royal Ballet, 2010 – 27 March 2020, 7pm GMT
  • Acis and Galatea, The Royal Opera, 2009 – 3 April 2020, 7pm BST
  • Così fan tutte, The Royal Opera, 2010 – 10 April 2020, 7pm BST
  • The Metamorphosis, The Royal Ballet, 2013 – 17 April 2020, 7pm BST
  • Gloriana, The Royal Opera, 2013 – 24 April 2020, 7pm BST
  • The Winter’s Tale, The Royal Ballet, 2014 – 1 May 2020, 7pm BST also has clips of the different instruments of the orchestra  for those of you with children curious about the different types of instruments.