Let's Harvest Teaching Pack (KS1/KS2) Topic: Harvest Festival, Food & Drink [CCLI Song ID: 7149896]
Catchy, contemporary song celebrating harvest festival suitable for KS1 & KS2Watch Welcome Video
"….I run music workshops and sessions in schools and for charities in London. I came across your ‘Harvest’ song and it’s brilliant! And your website is great too!"
Let’s Harvest is a firm favourite harvest festival celebration song all around the world! This popular, up-beat contemporary song by Al Start creates the happy feel of a harvest festival assembly or event. The focus of the song is the time of year, different foods grown and sharing. No reference to religions. It’s fun to sing and fun to listen to, and the signs and actions make this a great performance piece or just great fun to learn and sing. Purchasing this song pack buys the rights to perform this song in public, and supports Go Kid Music.
Al says, “I have taught this song to thousands of primary school children and they love to sing and sign it year after year!” Have a listen below…
This popular song is ideal for KS1 - just use the main words and fade out track before the optional third verse.
To make it more challenging for KS2 add third verse, and optional harmonies.
For choirs this song can be sung in multi-parts with harmonies and layered vocals. The makaton sign language makes this song accessible for different abilities and gives it an added dimension for performance.
Sheet music is provided and the backing track has two versions available to download - one with backing vocals and feint lead vocals, one with no vocals for choirs to take all the parts.
You can buy this song-pack on its own or as part of our fantastic School Membership for just £10 per month for your whole school to have access to ALL our 40+ topic based songs!
“Hello, I'm Al. I started Go Kid Music in 2015 because I believe we need more great age-appropriate songs for children and their families. I used to be a Play Coordinator for the local authority, lecture at Brighton University and have trained in play, creative learning and child development. I studied music at Brighton Institute of Modern Music in 2003 and gained a distinction in Songwriting & Modern Composition. I have toured extensively and produce music and events for families. I teach singing and ukulele in schools where I try out all the songs in the club so you know they will go down a storm with your kids!"