French song introduced by Shelley Ambury This is a similar tune to Old Joe Clark. It is in the mixolydian mode and has a lovely melody. Section 1 and 2 fit together and you can add a lower harmony quite easily. mp3 | score
Bridget Cousins A lovely French/English greeting song written for children at Bramfield Primary School who are learning to speak French – with circle game.
You can do a line or circle dance to this one, and the rhythm of the melody implies you add claps or stamps. Audio | score
A traditional French tune sung here by Sarah Kekus. ‘Seven sailors on the sea’.
This is lovely for allowing children to sing their name in French. Use a ball to take attention away from solo singing if anyone is nervous.
This is a song that helps you remember vocabulary for parts of the body – knees, tummy, back, head, elbow, cheek and add your own.
This is a game similar to’ Duck, Duck, Goose’. You need a furry creature (Feret) or you could swap the words to another woodland creature e.g. la souris (mouse)
A simple greeting song which you can sing while playing a bouncing ball game. Score