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This file includes the lyrics to the song "Glory" from the movie Selma. It includes 14 short answer critical thinking questions. This is one of my favorite activities for a poetry unit, and ties in beautifully to the Civil Rights Movement and social justice.
In honor of Black History month, celebrate some of the pioneers in the field of mathematics with this music video that will be sure to have your students singing along.Host a Music Notes concert at your school! Click here to request information.Be sure to check out some of our other free videos:I Di
Included is the whole script about the Civil Rights Movement involving Martin Luther King Jr.'s speech, "I Have a Dream..." Use as a shared reading exercise, an essay prompt, homework assignment, addition for Martin Luther King Jr./Civil Rights Movement unit, and more!
“Teach Kids About Nigeria – Let's Sing 'Bale Ile'” is a world music lesson about Nigeria for kids that uses a simple sing-along and drum-along to introduce them to West African rhythms and culture. “Bale Ile” is a multi-rhythmic Nigerian song that honors the Yoruba tradition of a potential groom app
“Teach Kids About Africa – Let's Sing 'Do Do Ki Do'” is a world music lesson about Africa for kids that uses a simple sing-along and drum-along to introduce them to West African rhythms and culture. “Do Do Ki Do” is a West African drumming song that accompanies a Cameroonian masquerade dance. When w
National Anthems of the World - All 196 Countries - MP3 formatThis is set of 218 MP3 format National Anthems from around the world. All anthems are instumental (orchestral) versions in excellent quality audio.These anthems are perfect for educational projects and teaching resources.All files are na
“Teach Kids About Africa – Let's Sing 'Awa Yombei'” is a world music lesson about Africa for kids that uses a simple sing-along to introduce them to West African melodies and culture. “Awa Yombei” is a rather nonsensical yet catchy children’s song from The Gambia in West Africa in which the kids cla
“Teach Kids About Africa – Let's Sing 'Nsa We''” is a world music lesson about Africa for kids that uses a simple sing-along to introduce them to East African melodies and culture. “Nsa We” is a Bagandan song about the difficulties of farming, especially for girls. In class we put a positive spin on
“Teach Kids About Ethiopia – Let's Sing 'Nanu Ney''” is a world music lesson about Africa for kids that uses a simple sing-along and dance-along to introduce them to Ethiopian melodies and culture. “Nanu Nanu Ney” is a classic Ethiopian pop song, which we recorded in the genre known as “Ethio-Jazz,”
“Teach Kids About Morocco – Let's Sing 'Arsomo Baba'” is a world music lesson about Morocco for kids that uses a simple sing-along to introduce them to North African rhythms and culture. “Arsomo Baba” is a fun song from Morocco about children drawing/painting pictures of their parents in multiple co
“Teach Kids About Africa – Let's Chant 'Keenene'” is a world music lesson about Africa for kids that uses a simple sing-along and hand play to introduce them to African food and culture. “Keenene” is a chant from Uganda that encourages kids to DEMAND DINNER, introducing them to a diversity of foods
“Teach Kids About Africa – Let's Chant 'Cibula'” is a world music lesson about Africa for kids that uses a simple chant and dance-along to introduce them to East African culture. “Cibula” is a chant from the Gogo region of the East African nation of Tanzania in which a cibula (a frog) hops (aye) bac
“Teach Kids About Africa – Let's Sing 'Diarra Loro Lora'” is a world music lesson about Africa for kids that uses a simple sing-along to introduce them to West African melodies and culture. “Diarra Loro Lora” is a children's song from Burkina Faso about a marketplace where the lion, the hyena and ot
“Teach Kids About South Africa – Let's Sing 'Thinantsha'” is a world music lesson about South Africa for kids that uses a simple sing-along and dance-along to introduce them to South African melodies and culture. “Thinantsha” is an anti-Apartheid song from the 1960's that marked activists' defiance
"Weeping" is a song made famous by Josh Groban but was originally written by Dan Heymann, a white South African man. It is a protest song against apartheid. This lesson includes a copy of the lyrics, a link to the video on YouTube, a graphic organizer for students to follow as they listen to the s
Original cheer about Kenya for the "Mighty Maasai". Will do any other countries upon request! Includes lyrics sheet, banner, and signs. **Audio recording available too**
This is a rap about Mary McLeod Bethune that I wrote in order to help the information stick for my third graders. It details a lot about her life and hits on the most important aspects of her fight to end education segregation.
Use this historical rap to teach your students all about Frederick Douglass!
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This product teaches the folk song, "A Ram Sam Sam". The lesson focuses on rhythm, adds 3 separate rhythmic ostinatos with suggestions for percussion instruments to accompany them, and shows movements for students to add as they sing. It's a fun lesson for either in school or virtual learning. ENJ
My students always enjoy this lesson.  What teen/pre-teen doesn’t love music?! It is a great way to expose your students to different cultures! Through my studies and travels abroad I learned to love music from my African friends, some of who were musicians themselves. In addition, I have extensiv
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Hop Old Squirrel is one of those great beginning of the year songs. This lesson is working on keeping a steady beat using squirrel images and introducing/reviewing Ta in stick form. At the end of the lesson is a link to hearing the music so students can hop, sneak, jump, in place with the music.
“Teach Kids About South Africa By Singing 'He Motsoala'” is a world music lesson about South Africa for kids that uses a simple sing-along to introduce them to Southern African melodies and culture. “He Motsoala” is a traditional South African song that Pete Seeger and the Song Swappers recorded for
“Teach Kids About Zimbabwe – Let's Sing 'Ha Ha Ha'” is a world music lesson about Zimbabwe for kids that uses a simple sing-along to introduce them to African melodies and culture. “Ha Ha Ha” is a light and lilting love song in the ’50s by Zimbabwean highlife pioneer, George Sibanda, who is widely a
“Teach Kids About Algeria – Let's Sing 'Atas Atas'” is a world music lesson about Algeria for kids that uses a simple sing-along to introduce them to North African melodies and culture. “Atas Atas” is a lullaby from Algeria meant for a parent to sing to a child while putting her to sleep, envisionin

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