59/100 Music Resources from Oxfam

 

Oxfam

While on the hunt for music for “Cauliflowers Fluffy” I discovered that Oxfam have a whole load of resources for music – Hurray!

I have copied and pasted this ENORMOUS link into my browser and found a host of Harvest songs from all over the world. I’m really looking forward to doing “Mama will you buy me a banana” with year 3 and 4 as a lesson “extra”:

http://d1ksxoiqmvgm8p.cloudfront.net/Guardian_RootRepository/Saras/ContentPackaging/UploadRepository/93839/68a05bb608df45c2ad13a9ed39567a8c/Sing_Up_Oxfam_Final.pdf

Otherwise, go to the Oxfam resources and explore what’s on offer:

http://www.oxfam.org.uk/education, and scroll down. If you click on curriculum and choose music you will find 6 different sets; I’ve got

“Human Rights” as a topic in one school, so this might be useful

http://www.oxfam.org.uk/education/resources/raising-her-voice

Happy Hunting…

 

 

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