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Creepy Castle – Digital Teacher’s Resource Pack


Spooky and funny, set in a castle. Perfect song for Key Stage 1 & early Key Stage 2. My most requested song of all-time! Features a great new Whiteboard film for teaching signs and optional percussion parts.


The Creepy Castle – Digital Teacher’s Resource Pack

“Run away there’s a ghost behind me…hide in here…and it might not find me!”

It’s mildly spooky, all about tip-toeing round a creepy castle at night (just like Scooby Doo and the Gang!)

It’s also the fist ever children’s song I wrote, and don’t ask me why…it’s still the most popular of all my songs! I cannot play this song enough! Your children will LOVE singing this – it is nice and easy to learn, great for Key Stage 1 and early Key Stage 2. It has fun actions/signs and the new whiteboard split-screen film is great!

It features me, Al Start, singing and signing and playing a variety of optional percussion instruments. You can split the class into 4 groups and each will copy and learn their parts like magic! No musical knowledge needed to teach this excellent children’s song!

Listen here:

Digital Pack Includes:

  • The song (mp3)
  • The backing track (mp3)
  • Lyric and chord sheet (doc)
  • *New* Split-screen whiteboard film featuring optional percussion parts & signs
  • Teaching notes

To buy your digital resource pack simply add it to your basket & pay at checkout. When your payment has cleared we will email your link to download the file. This is usually within an hour.

Please note this is a fairly large file and may take up to 10 minutes to download to your computer depending on the speed of your internet connection. Once downloaded, the files will be yours to use with the children for a really inspiring music session!

Here is a sample of the split-screen films and how they will look on your whiteboard or computer screen:

National schools singing organisation Sing Up loved Creepy Castle. Here is Ann Hambury, Head of Teaching giving ideas of how to use the song in a music lesson. www.singup.org 

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