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Setting up your classroom so half the group sings and the other half plays – with the option to swap – ensures everyone stays engaged and adds a new dimension to singing lessons.
This plan, from Sing Up and Drums for Schools, can be delivered in one session or several shorter ones.
Begin by registering for free as a Sing Up Friend at singup.org/friends, then download the song Big Sing Up mambo, along with scores and percussion guides, here.
You’ll need a selection of percussion instruments for half the class.
Shelly Ambury is head of learning at Sing Up. Andy Gleadhill is head of training at Drums for Schools. Find out about Drums for Schools’ percussion packs at drumsforschools.com.
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