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Where the Wild Things Are Assembly

Discussion in 'Primary' started by Gamina, Jun 8, 2011.

  1. Gamina

    Gamina New commenter

    Hello there,

    My Year One class has been learning about the book where the Wild Things are for our Literacy topic on fantasy settings. We have a class assembly coming up and we are acting out the story in the book. So far its going very very well (far to well something is bound to go wrong on the day :) ). The only problem is me and my TA were struggling to come up with a piece of music for the children to have a rumpus to. We have about 8 wild things in our play that dance and swing etc and they need about 1- 2 minutes worth of music to work to that has a good beat and a rumpus feel. Anyone have any ideas please I'm at my wits end searching!
  2. you can buy the rumpus song on itunes for 75p
  3. marlin

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