Welcome to our Home Learning page!
Here you will find lots of ideas of activities you can do with your child at home.
We start everyday with ‘Circle’ so that’s as good a place as any to start. Thank you to Jacqueline and all of Rowan Class for putting this together.
We hope to hear you all singing along soon!
Don’t forget to get in touch with your photos and videos, if you’re happy for us to share via Twitter.
We want our Team Oaklands community to stay together, despite the uncertainty.
With love and best wishes to you all,
Morna and Rebecca
From Music Meg:
ABC Music online resource that is already used in school so most pupils will be familiar with the songs/activities.
Click on Key Worker sign in > then click on Activities and explore the pieces of the jigsaw.
CBeebies – Watch and Sing activities.
Some really nice animations and videos that explore music, sound and song.
BBC Ten Pieces – specially designed resources for children and young people with additional needs.
BBC Ten Pieces – music in different styles which could be nice for background music or for watching the animations.
Music and Movement activities with great music and lovely animations.
BBC Bring The Noise – new songs to learn with actions for early years pupils.
BBC Bring The Noise – ideas for how to make your own musical instruments at home!
Spotify – if you have a Spotify account, this is a playlist of popular Disney sing-along songs! (74 songs will keep you singing for a while!)
YouTube – an endless selection of Disney sing-along songs here too!
Simple cause and effect games: https://www.priorywoods.middlesbrough.sch.uk/page/?title=Switch+%2F+Touch+Screen+Videos&pid=231
How to make sensory bags:
Lots of relaxing music and videos on Youtube an example one when setting up ‘Snoozelan’ type space:
Stimulating patterns/ music:
Ideas for creating simple sensory spaces :
2 Examples of a sensory story:
How to make a sensory story – some examples;
Repetitive, lovely songs – can be made interactive and engaging videos :
If you have an iPad at home the following apps are really fun ways to create and explore making music (some apps are free but some may charge for the download):
- Loopimal – really fun and addictive! Each character moves in time with a beat, you move the coloured shapes into place and the music develops and the character dances! You can add more characters to the screen so they all make music and dance together 🙂
- SoundPrism – creates sounds and chords by touching the coloured screen.
- Beatwave – touch the rectangles on the screen and it creates sounds, beats and colour responses.
- EasyBeats – touch the shapes and it creates melodies, you can record and listen back, and you can change the colours too.
- Virtual instrument apps:
- Real Drum
- Real Guitar
- Real Piano
- Real Ukulele