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BusSongs | Technology for school | has the largest collection of children songs on the Internet - with lyrics, videos, and music for over 2,000 kids' songs and nursery rhymes

Via John Dalziel
John Dalziel's curator insight, February 11, 2014 4:22 PM

BusSongs has a large collection of lyrics for nursery rhymes and children’s songs.
At the moment, there are over 2500 songs, many of which also have audio and video clips.
The Nursery Rhymes and Songs can be located by...
...genres, which include...
   - animal songs,
   - counting songs,
   - religious songs,
   - sports songs and more
...alphabetically or
...browse via the top rated and most visited songs.
A great resource for family learning and/or childcare and/or Initial Teacher Training practitioners; and more.

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Rock Out Your Projects With Royalty-Free Music

Rock Out Your Projects With Royalty-Free Music | Technology for school |

You have students creating projects that will include music, so where do you go to find music that is permissable to use, esp. if the final project will be posted on YouTube or Vimeo? This post provides information on 3 sites that are easy to use and have royalty-free music that students may use. 

Lessons which involve the potential of using copyrighted material is great time to teach students about ethical use of such materials. Many of our students believe that they may post videos with copyrighted materials, but such videos will be stripped of the music when uploaded to YouTube or Vimeo, and the accounts may be suspended. 

Via Beth Dichter
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