Spotlight on Music - Primary

Still from Fantasia (Sorcerers Apprentice)
Still from Fantasia (Sorcerers Apprentice)




Medium (5-11 activities)


England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales

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Music Day
21 June

This resource contains a range of activity ideas and tools to support pupils to work with film soundtracks, as stimulus for discussion, text analysis, written work and composition. The resource includes sound haiku, story mountain, sentence builders and music glossary templates to develop pupil's literacy skills through music and sounds.

Watch Into Film's interactive Foley sound effects video, which is perfect as an introduction to this topic, here


Mae'r adnodd yma'n cynnwys ystod eang o syniadau ar gyfer gweithgareddau i gefnogi disgyblion i weithio gyda traciau ffilm fel ysgogiad ar gyfer trafodaethau, dadansoddi testun, gwaith ysgrifennedig, a chyfansoddi. Mae'r adnodd yn gynnwys Haiku sain, mynydd stori, adeiladwr brawddegau a thempled gerifa cerddoriaeth i ddatblygu llythrennedd disgyblion drwy gerddoriaeth a sain. 


Gwyliwch y ffilm rhyngweithiol ar effeithiau sain, sy'n berffaith fel cyflwyniad ar gyfer y pwnc yma   

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This Resource Supports

  • Design and Technology
  • Digital
  • Information Computing Technology
  • Literacy
  • Music

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