I used this youtube lesson to learn it on the ukulele.
Ukulele players who have a ukulele at home, might like to try too.
If you don't have a ukulele you could just learn to sing the words.
I have lots more musical activities you might want to listen to or try out this week.
* The ‘BBC 10 pieces’ is listening to Ravi Shankar for the last time. Next week, we’ll be in May and have a new piece to listen to.
* I have some songs for KS1 and for KS2 to learn and practise.
* Finally, there are some videos of choirs singing that you can watch and learn more about communicating while singing.
If you want to do even more music, there is a fun pulse lesson on the Oak National Academy. Its made for years 3 and 4, but anyone would enjoy joining in with it.
Key Stage 1 you might enjoy playing 'guess the instrument':
Have a good week everyone,
KS1 Singing practice:
KS2 Singing practice:
Last week, you might have listened to our new song: One Moment, One people
This video lesson will help you to learn it.
You can practice the song with this lyrics video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ckNmB9S0hvI
You can listen to it and find the lyrics to print here: https://www.singup.org/singupathome/empowering-inspiring
If any of our instrumentalists would like to learn to play it, the sheet music is here: https://www.singup.org/fileadmin/user_upload/Landing_Pages/Home_Schooling_Area/One_moment__one_people_Voice_s__Accompaniment.pdf
Finally, something inspiring to watch:
This choir is singing Rhythm of Life which is a song some of you have learned.
What makes their performance so successful? Pick one thing they are doing that you could try hard to do next time you are performing in a concert.