Kids

Secret Song: No Nicky allowed!!!!

Secret Song: No Nicky allowed!!!!

  This song has been written for Nicky, who somehow manages to give and simultaneously, create, enormous amounts of energy in others. Nicky loves the work of the English artist, Celia Smith, who drawers the natural environment with wire and this little song tries to […]

Kid’s Requests age 2 to 8

Kid’s Requests age 2 to 8

So this is where we’re going to park all the odd bits and bobs kid’s bring me to work on. Today…Ted fancies a bit of Crazy Frog – Axel F. Don’t worry Mum and Dad. You’re children will be fluent English speakers after this one! […]

Months of the Year

Months of the Year

The most easy-peasy-Miss-M’geezy way to learn your months of the year. But don’t forget to give them CAPITAL LETTERS and spell them properly as well. February can be a tricky thing!    

A Better Day

A Better Day

When we’re teenagers, even for the kids who don’t notice it at the time, music seems to play a vital role in our developing psychological landscape. I have friends with no connections to music as adults but who’ll jump up at a party when something […]

I Can Sing a Rainbow

I Can Sing a Rainbow

Here’s a gorgeous little song lots of kids learn. Although…how does that work…listening with your eyes????????? In this film you’ll also learn some Auslan sign language, which is what people in Australia use if they can’t hear well.    

Pages of a Book

Pages of a Book

Kid’s Book Week 2019 was about traveling together. So here’s my song about all the traveling we do in books, plus some other songs full of get-about action.    

Three Little Ducks

Three Little Ducks

¬†Oh everyone loves ducks! (Even extremely curious ones that don’t listen too their mum too well).

Old Town Road

Old Town Road

Lil Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus and mixing it up! This is a great little tune, but there’s also lots of other stuff to think about. What about music styles? Is this Country and Western or is it Rap? And what’s the history between […]

Dutch and English Tongue Twisters

Dutch and English Tongue Twisters

Here are some Dutch Tongue Twisters to get kids isolating individual words consciously. It’s great for attention to pronunciation and excellent for training their brains to visualize words and then present them as whole units.   And now…here are some English ones.