MAPAS Music Activity Grid

We have developed our very own Magical Mosaic of Marvellous Musican Fun which is available to download from this page. It contains a variety of pick and mix style activities for children of any age to work their way through, from performing to composing, to viewing some of the greatest concert halls in the world! You might be stuck at home but there’s no reason not to explore the musical world from the comfort of your sofa!

Useful Links

Below are a list of useful links to a range of resources that can be used in school or at home to develop music skills and have fun making music! There’s something for everyone so explore your way around and have fun! We’d love to hear from you so do let us know on Facebook or Twitter when you give them a go!

There are lots of resources that can be accessed via the Music Mark website which are divided into Early Years; Primary Teachers & Pupils; Secondary Teachers & Pupils; Parents and general Music Education Resources.

Free home learning resources for Singing and Drama.

This free music maker app, Song Maker, can be used for composing, combining different sounds and rhythms and you can also record your own voice to add to your masterpiece!

Go on an adventure around the world exploring different theatres on these virtual tours.

If you are entertaining very young children, these Early Years music resources have lots of ideas to keep them busy!

If your school uses Charanga, check out the resources they have made available for your pupils to access at home.

The National Youth Choirs of Scotland are providing a daily song/activity to keep you singing whilst you’re at home.

Sing Up have made lots of their songs freely accessible to help with homeschooling. Songs are split into age brackets and there is also a selection of sign language and Makaton songs available.

There are also a range of songs available through Out of the Ark music who are releasing new songs each week during school closures.

Beginner pianists can even find some useful resources on our YouTube channel. Make sure to subscribe to our page so you can keep an eye out for other activities, as well as clips of past performances by our talented MAPAS ensembles!

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