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Red Hot Song Library - Silly Songs

Product Code: 1450422

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Quick Overview

Kids love a good silly song, and they don't come much sillier than these! All are great fun for classroom, choir and concert use, and many have actions.
Welcome to the wonderful world of the Red Hot Song Library, an amazing resource to help teachers introduce singing that is fun, relaxed and successful. Play through the books or listen to the CDs, which include both practice and performance tracks, and you’ll hear just why so many educational professionals embrace Sarah Watts’ music with such enthusiasm.


Sarah has a passion for encouraging people to enjoy music. As Artistic Director of the National Youth Music Camps she plays a large part in promoting the Dankworth 'all music' philosophy that influenced her early years.

Find out more about Sarah Watts  Click here   

Made up of Red Hot Recorder Duets, Red Hot Flute Duets, Red Hot Recorder Songs and Red Hot Dots, the Red Hot Series has something for everyone!

Red Hot Recorder Duets and Red Hot Flute Duets are an excellent introduction to ensemble playing. The jazzy piano accompaniments give a fun, popular feel, and a free CD is included to help learn the pieces and to play along with.

Red Hot Recorder Songs works in step with Red Hot Recorder Tutor to present imaginative and alternative ways to teach the recorder. The book contains new songs written especially to reinforce note learning, all with a popular style and 'feel good' accompaniment. Also included are rhythm exercises to strengthen rhythmic literacy, articulation, listening skills and intonation. There are also suggestions for extension activities.

Music notes are sometimes called dots for fun, and fun is exactly what Red Hot Dots is all about. It's a treasure chest of activities to encourage good music technique, offer fun musical experiences and expand musical horizons. There's a free CD and Red Hot Dots covers many aspects of the National Curriculum music syllabus for Key Stages 1 and 2. There's an opportunity to develop:

  • - performing skills, including singing in unison and in rounds, and playing percussion.
  • - composing skills - making up rhythms and improvisation.
  • - appraising skills - a chance to talk about musical styles and how music makes you feel.
  • - listening skills, like learning and remembering melody and words; use of tempo, dynamics and duration.
The smallest worm
Mary had some marmalade
The pork pie jig
I just got tired of waiting
Boom, boom ain’t it great to be crazy
The mad mower of Monmouth
Live a little, love a little, make a little dough
They never wrote a song like this!
On the train
The Limerick song
Be kind to your web-footed friends
I’m alive, alert, awake
I like bananas because they have no bones
The shrimpetty Song
The king kong konga!
There’s a gnome called Fred
I’m a nut!
There once was a guy with a ping pong ball
A peanut sat on a railway track
Three blue pidgeons