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Combine two different areas of the curriculum in this innovative percussion lesson from Abby King.
Providing a broad and balanced curriculum can put school timetables under increasing amounts of pressure. With some careful planning, a cross-curricular approach can be an effective way to maximise teaching time and make the learning engaging and memorable.
In this lesson, science and music are taught together to reinforce the children’s scientific understanding while developing their musical skills and creativity. Using music to represent the ways in which fossils are formed provides a creative way of ensuring that the children’s new knowledge is firmly embedded.
Abby King has worked in KS1 and 2 and currently teaches at an inner-city primary school in Birmingham. Find her at medium.com/abby-king-writes and follow her on Twitter at @abbykingwrites.
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