Author: Kylie van Dam

Museum Song

Museum Song

Here’s a nice piratey way to talk about history and museums. Kids can sing, dance, dress-up and even try a few split parts at the end if you fancy. A good toe-tapper for the end of term concert and mum and dad will curse the […]

Winter Sun

Winter Sun

I know, I know, it’s spring in Europe…but winter’s on the way in Australia. This little slice of domestic gorgeousness works any time of year.  

Tired Today

Tired Today

Here’s the perfect song for one of those tired days. Everyone has them and I wrote this one during one of mine. It’s a great song for the school concert and I’m sure all those parents and grandparents would have a giggle because it says […]

A Festive Lesson

A Festive Lesson

An alternative Christmas song that asks us to think about what we’re really celebrating. A strong environmental message. And a bit of history 😉

Gone.

Gone.

One of the many things we learn during our school years, if everything’s going to plan, is to have faith in who we think we want to be. We begin learning what is healthy for us what really isn’t. And we learn how to take […]

Bubble Baby

Bubble Baby

This was written as part of a geography class for children in their last year of primary school here in Holland. The intention was to facilitate further discussion about the topic whilst giving them some English and a big sing. But, it would be great […]

The Weight of Words

The Weight of Words

Here’s a punchy kid’s song about the responsibility we all have for our use of language. It’s particularly pertinent during this burgeoning era of social media and communications. I predict that this subject will become a greatly invested in element of social and personal education […]

Thank You

Thank You

Throughout the years my girlfriends and I have pulled each other through some tough times and there is absolutely no doubt that without the women in my life I would be a poorer version of myself. I am eternally grateful for all the time, energy, […]