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Easy Peasy Harvest - By Sheila Wilson


Easy Peasy Harvest
Media/Arrangement: Printed Book
Category: Autumn Term Musical Play - Redhead Music
Order Code: SWEP801

KS1 KS2
 

Product Description

Easy Peasy Harvest is suitable for young children aged 5 to 12 years but will be enjoyed by all ages. This joyous Harvest Festival celebration for schools or churches has five easy-to-learn songs which are both fun and thought provoking.

The musical can be adapted to suit your needs: use the short narration, add recordings or poems written by the children, stage as a musical or simply enjoy the songs as they are. Ideal for use with projects about food and nutrition.

This music book provides the piano part and vocals, chord symbols and author's notes. The pupil's wordbook contatins the narration, complete song lyrics and actions. Matching CD is also available.

Approximate Duration: 20 minutes


Contents/Songlist

1) Easy Peasy Harvest! We’ve All Bean Blessed!
2) Glory Hallelujah
3) Look At The Food That You Eat
4) Pop Go The Peas
5) Spare A Thought

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