30 vocalisation flashcards to use in for your classes!
Make a connection with the story: 'How to Speak Moo!' by Deborah Fajerman
This book has instantly become one of my favourites! It's absolutely fantastic for vocal exploration with the younger years. It is also great to review all your comparatives, particularly: loud/soft and high/low. It can be a great way to introduce your vocalisation sounds or as a summative task where students can revise what they have learn't at the end of the year.
About the book... It is a totally silly book about cows that encourages students to explore weird & wacky vocalisations!! It tells boys and girls all about the way cows 'do the high moo' and 'the low moo' . . . 'the bumpy moo' and the 'jumpy moo.' The story instantly encourages students to try these moos out for themselves. They can discover how their moo sounds in a tunnel. Or even through a funnel!! At the end of the book all the cows make the very best 'mooosic of all!'
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