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Key Stage 1 Mornings of Music 2014 THREADS. Threads. J ohn and Joseph Cash were the sons of a merchant, Producing silk ribbons on big Jacquard looms. Punch-card patterns from France and Italy. World famous nametapes from topshop rooms. Threads under and over.

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John and Joseph Cash were the sons of a merchant,

Producing silk ribbons on big Jacquard looms.

Punch-card patterns from France and Italy.

World famous nametapes from topshop rooms.


Threads under and over.

Shuttle flies from side to side.

Feet on the treadles

Like bicycle peddles.

Coventry weavers,

Coventry pride.


Under and over.

Under and over.

Under and over.

Coventry weavers,

Coventry pride.



How do you build a house?

(How do you build a house?)

Out of materials

(Out of materials)

With cement and bricks

(With cement and bricks)

And concrete too

(And concrete too).


Houses come in lots of different styles,

Standing in a row for miles and miles.

Some are big and some are small,

Some are short and some are tall.

*CLAP* Come along and build a house.


How do you build a house? (How do you build a house?)

Out of materials

(Out of materials)

With a roof and tiles

(With a roof and tiles)

And chimneys too

(And chimneys too).


How do you build a house?

(How do you build a house?)

Out of materials

(Out of materials)

With windows and lights

(With windows and lights)

And front doors too

(And front doors too).


How do you build a house?

(How do you build a house?)

Out of materials

(Out of materials)

With carpets and rugs

(With carpets and rugs)

And sofas too

(And sofas too).



At zero degrees water will freeze,

Which is really rather nice.

It's not called water any more:

In fact you call it ice.


Liquid to a solid.

Water to ice.

Zero degrees.

Isn't that nice?

Finding this amazing?

Then you'd be right!

This is science don't you know!


One hundred degrees,

Water will boil.

It's really rather hot!

It's not a fluid any more,

I'll tell you what you've got.


It's changed from a liquid to a gas:

Known as steam, well fancy that!

A little drop of this could fill my hat

This is science don't you know!


The amazing thing about all of this

Is you can do it in reverse.

Heat the ice or cool the steam, you'll have what we had first.


Solid heats to liquid. Gas cools too.

Turns back to water: now isn't that good?

Have you listened carefully? Have you understood?

This is Science don't you know!

This Is Science don't you know!

This is Science don't you know!



(Sung)

Woodblocks, if you’re tapping out a rhythm.

Xylophone if you want to play a tune.

Castanets – let’s hear you click, click, clicking.

Guiro for scraping out a groove.


(Rapped)

If you’re looking for something made of wood.

Look in the kitchen – that’ll be good.

There’s a wooden spoon and a wooden chair

And a great big table over there.


Carved by hand from a fallen tree,

Cut and chiselled and smoothed, you’ll see.

If you’re looking for something made of wood.

Look in the kitchen – that’ll be good.


(Sung)

Triangle if you’re tapping out a rhythm.

Glockenspiel if you want to play a tune.

Indian Bells – let’s hear you ring, ring, ringing.

Cabasa for scraping out a groove.


(Rapped)

If it’s made of metal, it’s shiny and cool,

Like a knife and fork and garden tool.

There’s paper clips and drawing pins,

Cola cans and baked bean tins;


There’s springs in your bed, there’s a roof of a car:

Without these things we don’t get far.

If it’s made of metal, it’s shiny and cool,

Like a knife and fork or garden tool.


(Sung)

Woodblocks, if you’re tapping out a rhythm.

Xylophone if you want to play a tune.

Castanets – let’s hear you click, click, clicking.

Guiro for scraping out a groove.


(Sung)

Triangle if you’re tapping out a rhythm.

Glockenspiel if you want to play a tune.

Indian Bells – let’s hear you ring, ring, ringing.

Cabasa for scraping out a groove.



Pick it up, pick it up, pick it up, up up!

Don’t throw it in the bin, bin, bin!

Pick it up, pick it up, pick it up, up up!

Recycling will always win!

Pick it up, pick it up, pick it up, up up!

Don’t throw it in the bin, bin, bin!

Pick it up, pick it up, pick it up, up up!

Recycling will always win!


Recycle, recycle, recycle now!

There’s nothing to it, if you just know how.

Recycle, recycle, recycle now!

There’s nothing to it, if you just know how.

(Repeat whole

song)



Look up, look down,

Look all around

And tell me what you see.

All around materials:

Tell me how they feel.


Are…. they….

Bumpy, shiny, rough or smooth,

Crinkly, spiky or dull?

Are they fuzzy, fluffy,

sharp or hard,

Prickly, furry or soft?


Are they bumpy, shiny,

Rough or smooth?

Crinkly, spiky or dull?

Are they fuzzy fluffy,

Sharp or hard?

Prickly, furry or soft?

(Repeat song 3 times)


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