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Tidy-up music etc...

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by beckyjessica, Aug 14, 2009.

  1. beckyjessica

    beckyjessica New commenter

    What music do you use (if you do) as your tidy up music and getting changed for PE music? Need a little inspiration!!
    Thanks.
     
  2. beckyjessica

    beckyjessica New commenter

    What music do you use (if you do) as your tidy up music and getting changed for PE music? Need a little inspiration!!
    Thanks.
     
  3. Mission Impossible is a good one to use.
     
  4. what about flight of the bumblebee, the entertainer or raiders of the lost ark?
     
  5. We sing - to the tune of 'The farmer's in her den'
    It's time to tidy up,
    It's time to tidy up,
    E i cherry/apple/pasty/christmas pie,
    It's time to tidy up!
    Then we sing 'We're tidying up the writing/bricks/numbers etc. We love it!
     
  6. We use the snow white just whistle while you work song
     
  7. Teacher1212 thank you so much, I have been looking for something like this for ages!!!

     
  8. no worries-happy to help!

     
  9. Thanks Teacher1212
    Great timer!
     
  10. This is a great site ..thanx a lot !

     
  11. Thanks Teacher 1212, just what I've been looking for[​IMG]
     

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