Website: BBC Bitesize/KS2 Music
Research intothen sing along with Bang Bang Boom Boom
Find out with a bit of help from J S Bach.
Elvis Presley is on hand to help here
Check out lots of musical info, fact finding and quizzes
Have a go at thequiz then try to find out a bit about Mozart, Beethoven and JS Bach. Listen to some of their music too!
Also try thequiz.
Find the raps by the– I like Gonna be Amazing, Life is a Rollercoaster and Gotta Get This Party Started. Can you perform one or more of these?
Thesongs are great too. See if you can find the Music Through Time song. How about researching into some of the important musical genres that are sung about?
On, you will find some of the songs that we sing at school if you type in Out of the Ark Music. See if you can find The Chocolate Song and Count Your Blessings then have a practise!
Here are some free online music making sites that you might enjoy:
Button Base Music
Dumb.com Beat Makers
Incredibox – this is brilliant for beat boxing!
If you have an Apple device, GarageBand is great for composing your own music using a variety of instruments.
Find the section on Jazz – pulse and rhythm. Learn the Slick City Spats song.
Watch the video clip Playing Instruments made out of Rubbish. Can you make your own instrument then teach a family member how to play it?
Have a go at Play It!, listen to and perform some of Andy’s Animal Raps, and try Thunder Jam. You can also watch some episodes of YolanDa Brown’s Big Musical Adventure to find out more about various instruments. The CBeebies Prom concerts (to be found on BBC iPlayer) are also good to watch.
See if you can find Wake Up and Spring Chicken (Out of the Ark Music) to sing and dance along with.