Can you make a happy song sound sad and vice versa? These are so funny! #YouTube

The Cello Song - (Bach is back with 7 more cellos) - ThePianoGuys

Oooooh! My!!! Goodness! Totally doing this! They will love it!!! Dum Dum Song....I'm totally teaching this to my 4th grade chorus!!!


Fleetwood Mac - Go Your Own Way (HQ)

Phillip Phillips - Home: good choir option as suggested by a teacher on the Music Teachers Facebook page. Decent melody and good lyrics. Arrangements available too.

This is super cool! "All About That Bass" CLEF. An educational parody of Meghan Trainor's music "All About That Bass" that teaches the notes of the bass clef.


My favourite song at the moment. Might try and do a cover.

Johnny Cash Hurt. One of the most emotional and beautiful song done

Imagine Dragons "It's Time" acoustic percussion. Have students perform the body percussion ostinato

Disney's Frozen "Let It Go" Sequence Performed by Idina Menzel

"Tshotsholoza" A song from Africa. The miners would sing it together to work at the same speed.

If You are Happy and you Know it---K-1 but OTHER videos available at link

▶ Mumford & Sons - Hopeless Wanderer - YouTube


Original Pinner said: "This morning I walked into a fifth grade classroom and they were singing the song "What I Am" by Will.i.Am. And Yes, it's a song he sang on Sesame Street. But these fifth graders were LOVING it. Their teacher told me this was their new theme song. Let me tell you....all the kids were standing up and singing this song LOUD and with hand movements. It was so awesome because I could see how much they BELIEVED the words to this song."

"Boom Chicka Boom" is by far a top pick favorite movement song for children. It teaches listening skills and following directions. Also, this song can be incorporated into your to literacy awareness program with the popular book, "Chicka Chicka Boom Boom". By adding action songs to story time it helps children anchor new information and enhances the entire reading experience.