Have musical fun with these English songs for beginners.
Use with stories 1-10 or alone
1. 16 songs in mp3 in different musical styles
2. 16 Karaoke backing tracks in mp3
3. Songs activity book with actions for the songs, ideas and games.
4. Masks of the characters in the songs to wear for dialogues and acting out the songs. In colour and in black and white for a craft.
5. PowerPoint movies of the songs with words, pictures and music, ideal for online lessons
All that for great value
Extracts – English songs for beginners
ESL Song 1 How Are You?
Vocabulary and language: Here comes an ant, a spider, a bird, a cat, a fox, a lion. How are you? (Goes with “I’m Hungry” story one).
ESL Song 2 Funky Monkey
Vocabulary and language:Monkies, ponies, cats, lions go like this and they go like that. Funky! (Bridge from story one to “Anna at the Zoo” story two).
ESL Song 3 Anna At The Zoo
Vocabulary and language: Anna and her daddy are at the zoo and Anna sees, one snake, two ponies, three elephants, four giraffes, five bears, six ducks, seven lions, eight monkeys, nine birds, ten fish. (Goes with story two).
ESL Song 4 Colours
Vocabulary and langauge: Red and yellow, green and blue, what colour are you? Orange and purple, pink and brown. (“Archie and His Pony” story 3).
ESL Song 5 On The Path
Vocabulary and language: Who is on the path / In the bush / In the pond / In the grass / On my head? It’s me the spider, the monkey, the snake, the lion, the bird. Oh hello! (Second song for “Hide and Seek” story 4).
ESL Song 6 Where Are You
Vocabulary and language: Where are you little bird? On the path, in the bush, in the pond, in the grass, on the flower, on my head. Oh no it’s the spider, monkey, snake, lion, fly. Oh there you are! (“Hide and Seek” story 4).
ESL Song 7 The Marching Ants
Vocabulary and language: The ants are marching down the path. The purple ant falls asleep. Goes through ten colours. Revision song for colours. New words are marching and falls asleep. (“Marching Ants” story 5).
ESL Song 8 Catch The Ball
Vocabulary and language: Catch the ball, run and catch the ball, on the path, in the grass, in the bush, in the pond, in the lady’s garden, good girl (Story 6, “Volka and the Pink Ball”).
ESL Song 9 Six Ducks Swimming
Vocabulary and language: Six ducks swimming, swimming in the pond, and if one duck stops swimming in the pond, there’ll be five ducks swimming… (Story 7, “Volka and the Ducks”).
ESL Song 10 The Ducks In The Pond
Vocabulary and language: The ducks in the pond go quack quack quack while they swim around. Volka in the pond goes woof woof woof. (Second song for story 7).
ESL Song 11 Bear and Teddy Bear
Vocabulary and language: Let me read you a story, sing you a song, play you some music, give you your teddy bear, give you a kiss goodnight, you’ll be asleep before long. (Story 8).
ESL Song 12 Teddy Go To Sleep
Vocabulary and language: Teddy go to sleep, read a story, sing a song, play some music, drink some milk, kiss goodnight (Second song for story 8).
ESL Song 13 Apples Bananas Oranges
Vocabulary and language: Apples, bananas, oranges, get ready to touch something…red, blue, green, yellow, pink, black, brown, a friend (Story 9 “Hetty and the Lion and revises colours).
Use the backing version for any vocabulary!
ESL Song 14 Hetty and the Lion
Vocabulary and language: Lion, would you like some apples? pears, oranges, milk, bananas. Oh yes Hetty, I would. I’d like the ice cream.
ESL Song 15 Gerard The Giraffe
Vocabulary and language: Hello Gerard, how are you. I am hungry. I’m still hungry. Eat some ice cream, oranges, drink some milk, grass. I’m fine thanks. (Story 10 “Gerard the Giraffe”).
This is your free song movie gift:
ESL Song 16 Calypso Jump!
Vocabulary and language: Jumping like a pony, swimming like a duck, running like a giraffe, eating like a lion, hiding like a spider, jumping a monkey. Oh yes we can jump, swim, run, eat, hide. (General revision song – animals and action verbs).
You can be sure to have more fun in class with these English songs for beginners.
Listening to the music, hearing the words, singing the words, doing the actions, playing games to the music, acting out the stories in the songs – these are all things children love doing and they are the best ways for them to learn English, remember it, and love doing so. Plus they will bond with each other and the teacher while having fun and learning.