Story Elements Song, Story Elements Songs, Free Story Elements Song, Story Elements for Kids, Teaching Story Elements, Character Problem Resolution Song
What are elements of a story? Setting, plot, characters, resolution, climax… these are all parts of a story that have to be taught. Along with worksheets and other activities, why not add this music to give your instruction a multi-modal approach?
Reading Comprehension Song, Reading Song, Comprehension Song, Free Reading Comprehension Song, Reading Comprehension Song for Kids
Reading comprehension is a complicated thing. You have to understand figurative language, the author’s purpose, the vocabulary and writing styles within… It’s a complicated thing made easier by this song explaining the basics of reading comprehension. Enjoy!
Context Clues Song, Context Clues Songs, Free Context Clues Song, Songs for Teaching Context Clues, Context Clue Songs
We have songs for everything else, so why not for hunting out the meaning of unfamiliar words by looking at the surrounding text? It’s all here in have fun teaching’s context clues song. It’s bound to be a hit with teachers and students alike.
Authors Purpose Song, Author’s Purpose Song, Free Authors Purpose Songs, Songs for Teaching Author’s Purpose, Author’s Purpose Songs
Author’s purpose is a pretty dull topic… at least until you set it to music. Figure out why a writer wrote, but do it with music! Make your lessons a bit more snappy and exciting with this lively tune.
Phonics Songs, Phonics Song, Free Phonics Songs, Songs for Teaching Phonics, Alphabet Phonics Songs, Letter Sounds Songs
It might seem like I’m jumping subjects lately, but songs is where we’re at. HFT has a ridiculous amount of free songs available. It takes a long time to talk about all of them, especially since they’re spread over so many subjects. This one, for instance, is about phonics. What will my next post be about? You’ll just have to come back and see.
Volume Song, Volume Songs, Free Volume Song, Volume Song for Kids, Volume Song for Teachers, Geometry Song, Shape Song
This is a fun little song to add to your teaching collection. It teaches students how to find the volume of 3d shapes. I know my 5th graders always struggled with geometry concepts like this. Maybe they’d have done better with a song!
Months of the Year Song, Months of the Year Songs, Free Months of the Year Song, Months of the Year Song for Kids, Months of the Year Song for Teachers, Months and Years Song
Another great song that goes hand-in-hand with the days of the week song. After they master the other one, get them started on this one. Then give them a 12-page stapled journal to sketch pictures and put words in it that remind them of each month and the seasons each month is in.
Days of the Week Song, Days of the Week Songs, Free Days of the Week Song, Days of the Week Song for Kids, Days of the Week Song for Teachers, Days and Weeks Song
Is there any better way to learn the days of a week than looking at a calendar? Maybe not, but is there a more fun way? Sure. How about this song have fun teaching made? This one will go a long way to helping those ELL/ESOL students rememberthe days of the week, too.
Subject and Predicate Song, Subject and Predicate Songs, Free Subject and Predicate Song, Subject and Predicate Song for Kids,Subject and Predicate Song for Teachers, Subject and Predicates Song, Subject and Predicates Song for Teaching
It seems easy, but it’s sometimes hard to separate the subject from the predicate, especially when they start throwing in clauses or shifting sentence order. As long as students can at least find who or what is doing the action and then determine what the action is, they’ve got most of the battle won. Thankfully, this song reminds them of that point in a catchy tune.
Simile Song, Simile Songs, Free Simile Song, Simile Song for Kids, Simile Song for Teachers, Similes Song, Similes Song for Teaching
I remember having a student who always pronounced simile as smile. There’s nothing to smile about in grammar, I used to tell them. Grammar is bigtime serious business. Eventually they figured out similes, and so will your students with the aid of this song!