Class 3/4C at Barlow Hall

Welcome to the wonderful world of Year 3/4C

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March19

A Douze

This is a simple and fun way of learning the numbers one to twelve in French.

A Keelie

This call and response song from Ghana is a great way of focusing children’s attention and bringing them together.

Dance to your daddy

Dem bones

This spiritual song is based on the Bible story of the prophet Ezekiel, who brought to life a whole valley of dry bones at God’s command.

This lively Northumbrian folksong is great fun – and its few words and catchy melody mean children will learn it in no time.

Dr Knickerbocker ek, dho, teen!

This fun, unusual song is packed with positive activities for children: singing, movement, call and response, counting … and even modern languages if you want to chant from one to nine in another language! ‘Ek, dho, teen’ is ‘One, two, three’ in Urdu.

H.E.L.L.O.

This warm-up is fun, physical and energising.

Nouns

Oh, happy day

Punctuation jive

Want help with punctuation? This song is for you!

This is a joyful song that would be lovely for a whole-school assembly. For class work it is more suitable for KS2 children.

A finger-clickin’ way to help children remember three types of naming word.   love devon xx

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  1. March 21st, 2011 at 8:08 am       devon wilson Says:

    i like dance to your daddy


  2. March 20th, 2011 at 9:48 pm       Miss Cavanagh Says:

    Great links Devon! Which one do you like the most?


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