‘Natural Phenomena’(Grades 3-7) is a curriculum-aligned MP3 song that helps students to understand what constitutes a natural disaster (hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, etc.) and highlights the work of agencies around the world that step in to help those affected when these occur.
• Mp3 Vocal Track
• PDF Lyrics
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Natural phenomena (whirling winds and lightning)
Can strike at any time, (thunderstorms so frightening)
Natural disasters (quakes and hot volcanoes)
Mean chaos left behind! (hurricanes, tornadoes)
Natural phenomena (a drought or forest fire)
Can strike at any time, (rain is our desire)
Natural disasters (tidal waves, tsunamis)
Mean loss of land and life! (weather that’s just balmy)
The weather causes most of these, but earth provides her share
Together, they will show just who is master,
We do whatever can be done, until the fury’s spent,
‘Cause one thing is for sure, most spell disaster!
©Lyrics: Nuala O'Hanlon, B.Ed; Cert Teaching
Music: Kathryn Radloff, B.A. (Hons) Psych.
The lyrics to our curriculum-aligned songs target outcomes & learning sequences of curriculum documents and support & integrate classroom and home learning across key subject areas.
They are perfect for:
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- Introducing new units of work
- Kickstarting discussion
- Summarising & reinforcing learning content
- Aiding recall of important information
- Extending literacy
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‘The phenomenon develops calmly, but it is invisible, unstoppable. ... One feels, one sees it born and grow steadily; and it is not in one's power to either hasten it or slow it down.’ ~ Leon Foucault, 1819-1868, French physicist