September 1666 tells the story of the Great Fire of London. It is gentle and has a rousing chorus with signs and actions that both enhance learning of the song, as well as extending vocabulary and understanding.
The new split-screen film of this song (featuring Al Start) includes the lyrics under the signing, a simple ukulele part with chord diagrams onscreen, and a simple xylophone part. This enables the group/class to be split into four groups and to play and sing as an ensemble. Ideal for late KS1 and early KS2.
Purchasing this song pack buys the rights to perform this song in public, and supports Go Kid Music. Listen here:
Song pack includes:
- Song (mp3)
- Backing track (mp3)
- Lyric & chord sheet (pdf)
- *New* Updated teaching video for whiteboards
- Split screen film including optional percussion parts, the signs and ukulele instrument parts
- Teaching notes (doc)
- Ukulele chord sheet
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: