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GoNoodle in class: sing along, dance and enjoy English to its fullest!

Here in the  English Classroom have recently discovered GoNoodle and our students are enjoying their chants, relaxation and mindfulness activities, raps and choreos. We use English subtitles so that our kids can sing along and fully enjoy the funny lyrics those raps and chants have. Those GoNoodle guys really know how to engage kids in meaningful and fun activities!

I’m posting some of my students’ favourites so far. Oh, and you can follow GoNoodle on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.

Now enjoy these GoNoodles videos:

Hola, Bonjour, Hello! -by Champiverse | GoNoodle

Pizza Man -by MooseTube | GoNoodle

Banana Banana Meatball -by Blazer Fresh | GoNoodle

Do the Dab -by Blazer Fresh | GoNoodle

Don’t Read Like a Robot -by Blazer Fresh | GoNoodle

Pat and Rub -by Mr. Catman | GoNoodle

Rainbow Breath -by Flow | GoNoodle

Kitty High Five -by Awesome Sauce | GoNoodle

 

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3rd and 4th Prepositions

These are the best prepositions songs. Have a great time:

4thers

I’m walking down the street…

Last Mystery Song: Sweet Caroline

The last Mystery Song this school year is a very well-known, beloved oldie: Sweet Caroline, by master Neil Diamond. Why is it that so many people, so many years later, still recall it?

Mystery Song: Love Of My Life

Last week’s mystery song -and the last one this term- was Love Of My Life, by Queen ❤ ❤ <3:

Mystery Song: Don’t Stop Me Now

Last week’s mystery song was Don’t Stop Me Now, by Queen:

Mystery Song: Kiss Me

This week’s mystery song has been Kiss Me, by Sixpence None The Richer. Congratulations to all the students who found out its title (and/or band)!:

40 years ago…

Once upon a time there was a 14 year-old girl whose one of her favorite subjects was English. She had a fantastic teacher, Ms. Butiñà, who used music to teach one of the tougher parts of language for a teen -that is, grammar.

The LP -I mean, real long algo- was by The Solid British Hat Band and it included some black pearls, like Present Continuous Baby to teach the fore mentioned verbal tense to EFL students.

As you have probably already guessed, that girl is behind these lines nowadays – and has found this absolute treasure in the shape of a lyrics video, which is sharing with her 5th graders right now 🙂

Mystery Song: Gold

Last week’s mystery song was Gold, by Spandau Ballet:

Trick or Treat lyrics

A couple of years ago I posted the Trick or Treat video based upon the song by In a World, My Halloween. Now I’m reposting that video for I’ve figured out its lyrics (couldn’t find them on the internet), so you can sing it along:

When the sun goes down you can hear this sound:
Trick or treat! (Trick or treat!).
Oh my God, you can hear our song,
Trick or treat! (Trick or treat!).

We’re all dressed down with our costumes on,
We’ll keep our trick-or-treating to the candy store.
Trick or treat! (Trick or treat!).
Trick or treat! (Trick or treat!).

We ring a bell or give a knock on the door,
please give us some treats
that’s what we’ve come here for!
Trick or treat! (Yeah, trick or treat!).

Hear us knock and shout when the moon comes out.
Trick or treat! (Trick or treat!).

Oh my God, you can hear our song,
Trick or treat! (Trick or treat!).

It can’t scare us, we have no fear.
Candy comes free only once a year.
Trick or treat! (Yeah, ha, trick or treat!).
Trick or treat! (Trick or treat!).

But when we ring a bell or give a knock on the door,
please give us some treats
that’s what we’ve come here for!

We’re back once more, hear a doorbell ring
and when the door opens the kids there would sing:
Trick or treat! (Trick or treat!).