If your wannabe singers are missing their choir sessions, why not come and sing in an interactive sing-along music lesson! Singing has been shown to improve our sense of happiness and wellbeing - plus choral singing can also improve mood and decrease stress, depression and anxiety. What's not to love? Join Emerson Waldorf School music teacher Mr Child and his children for a virtual sing-along.
Expect plenty of great songs for children and adults, accompanied by a guitarist, violinist or accordion player. The first half-hour of the class is ideal for babies, toddlers and younger children. Mr Child will be singing some nursery rhymes with movement for the smallest members of the family. In the next half-hour, there will be some awesome songs for older kids. There's no video to watch the choir, it's just on audio. Whether you are used to singing in an orchestra or church, this family sing-along will bring simple songs to life and definitely guarantee a fun time! You can expect an hour of wonderful songs and a whole heap of fun in this virtual concert. Who doesn't want to show off their musical talent? For more music, get involved in a garden gig here.
What you'll need
- An instrument that you can find at home! Make a simple shaker from dried beans in a tub or pots and pans for drums. Be creative with what you've got.
- A strong WiFi connection.
What you'll do
- Live sessions are on late at 11.30pm on YouTube. Don't worry, as all sessions go on YouTube permanently soon after they've been streamed.
- You and your kids will have fun singing and playing instruments in this brilliant family sing-along.