Please find attached the free Keep Calm and Make Music resources from Hampshire Music Service.
This week we are sending you two more Weekly Wonders.
- Weekly Wonder – a themed learning resource designed to be used over several sessions based around a topic or the development of key musical understanding and skills
We hope that you and your children enjoy using these to develop their musical understanding and skills and none of these resources are dependent on the children having prior musical knowledge or access to musical resources
This week’s Keep Calm and Make Music instalments are:
- Keep Calm and Make Music - Weekly Wonder - Read Write and Remember Music - Notation - YR and KS1
- Keep Calm and Make Music - weekly wonder - Read Write and Remeber Music - Notation - KS2
We are also resending last week's KS1 and lower KS2 Weekly Wonder - You Got rhythm as a technical issue was discovered and a youtube clip had to be replaced. The updated version is also on the webpage where you can access all the resources sent out to date follow the link to http://hantsmusic.org.uk/makemusic/ and use the password musicfun to access all of the resources to date.
Each of our resources are in power point format so you simply need to "load, click and go". We hope you enjoy sharing these with your children.
Advisory note to parents and teachers: we wanted to make you aware that these powerpoints have links to carefully chosen resources on youtube however we are not able to control the adverts that may sometimes appear at the start of a clip or comments written underneath.
Please also visit our Tuning In online music festival freely availabale for all Hampshire residents at this address
or it can be found by visiting the HMS website and following the links to Tuning In
In particular have a look at our 30 day Tuning in Challenge (see image below) with a short musical activity for everyday of June
Here is the link to the HMS youtube channel where you can find our singing assemblies and much more besides
Other resources you may like to look at are
BBC Ten Pieces At Home - Activities & Interactive Workshops
Out of the ark Music@Home