Popdown Lockdown

Popdown Lockdown

So…how’s it going at home…with all your school work…? Ok? Or boring? Or the computer keeps crashing…or your sister needs it…or perhaps Mum and Dad? I know. Some days it can feel a bit too much.   So… I’ve made you something totally different. (I’m sure you…

School is Shut!

School is Shut!

Did Covid 19 shut your school too????? Not nice, hey?!? Luckily we have the internet, so you can keep on learning from home. What’s also lucky, is that your teachers are very very good at using it!! But…did you know that if this happened before…

There’s a lion eating the violins!!!!!!

There’s a lion eating the violins!!!!!!

Do you pretend to be an animal sometimes? Perhaps roar like a lion or sing in the trees like a bird? Here are some very famous pieces of animal music written by people who probably wanted to put roaring lions or chirping birds on stage…

Thanks for the Sky

Thanks for the Sky

  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…

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!    

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.    

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 and English Tongue Twisters to help kids consciously isolate individual words . They’re great for pronunciation and excellent for the visualization of words so kids can then present them as whole units.   Baker Bas bakt de bolle broodjes bruin. Papa…

Peas with Honey

Peas with Honey

Here’s a silly poem my Popa used to tell all his grandchildren whenever we went for dinner.   Peas with Honey. A traditional nonsense poem.   I eat my peas with honey. I’ve done it all my life. It makes the peas taste funny. But…

Songs to Dance to.

Songs to Dance to.