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Together We Sing on Noongar Boodja | Deadly Arts

Discover what it entails to write a School Acknowledgement song with Charley Caruso and listen to Della Rae Morrison and Merinda Hansen explain the importance and significance of singing in First Nations languages. What does singing mean to you? Have you ever composed your own music? Students will develop their music skills through playing fun … Read more

Welcome to Whadjuk | Deadly Arts

Kaya and Wanjoo! (Hello and Welcome!) In the Deadly Arts Welcome to Whadjuk Country, hear Olman Walley – a traditional custodian of the land – sing a traditional Noongar song and be introduced to some of the exciting Deadly Arts programs which you can explore further in our Deadly Arts collection on ARTS:LIVE. Develop with … Read more

Deadly Arts collection

Bring First Nations culture and learning into the classroom with the Deadly Arts collection. This series will help teachers and students to develop cultural knowledge and respect for Country through the arts. Led by First Nations Teaching Artists from The Song Room, students’ knowledge of the key curriculum concepts of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander … Read more

What's that Instrument?

What’s that Instrument?

What’s that Instrument? is a practical, time-saving teacher resource to help primary school teachers prepare, set-up and deliver the music curriculum with confidence. Whether you are an expert, or you need some support to deliver the music curriculum, this resource provides the tools to create a colourful engaging space to help teachers and students to … Read more

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Primary Music Starter Pack

Get started with the basics of music education with this easy to follow resource, which will deepen students’ musical skills, confidence, and understanding. With our Primary Music Starter Pack, students will learn about informal and formal music notation, musical vocabulary and improvisation. They will also have opportunities to explore body percussion, singing and develop their … Read more

Remote Learning Pack: Years 3 – 4

The Song Room has created a Remote Learning Pack for Years Three to Four to support teachers as they deliver remotely during the COVID-19 disruption. Our Remote Learning Pack 3-4 features activities across the music, visual art, dance and drama artforms, with the activities linking to literacy, numeracy, play-cased learning and physical activity as identified … Read more

Remote Learning Pack: Years 5 – 6

The Song Room has created a Remote Learning Pack for Years Five to Six to help teachers make lockdown learning fun while delivering class content remotely. Our Remote Learning Pack 5 – 6 includes activities across the music, visual art, dance and drama artforms, with the activities linking to literacy, numeracy, play-cased learning and physical … Read more

Remote Learning Pack: Years F – 2

The Song Room has created a Remote Learning Pack for Years Foundation to Two to support teachers and educators as they deliver remotely during the COVID-19 disruption. Our Remote Learning Pack F – 2 includes activities across the music, visual art, dance and drama artforms, with the activities linking to literacy, numeracy, play-cased learning and … Read more

Harmonic Shift: Songs of Resilience

Encourage children to build their resilience, develop literacy skills and foster respect through our new ARTS:LIVE resource, Harmonic Shift: Songs of Resilience. Harmonic Shift: Songs of Resilience is a collection of songs and stop-motion animation videos centred around wellbeing. All videos are supported by backing tracks, lyrics and chord sheets, giving teachers the ability to support or … Read more

Transition Songs for Early Years

Soothe, educate and organise children with practical songs created to help children work together and master daily routines. This resource includes 15 short songs that use common children’s melodies, making them fun, relatable and easy for children to learn, and simple for educators to incorporate into their lessons. Melody and rhyme support language learning; and … Read more