Educational Songs & Children's Music from Songs for Teaching®

Educational Songs & Children's Music from Songs for Teaching®

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English for kids - Cartoons An episode of Peg + Cat, now with subtitles! Green lines are said by Peg, and blue lines are said by the other characters. Peg is… Half-Hour Pocoyo Show, featuring four continuous episodes: Dance Off! / Get Lost Loula / Sneaky Shoes and Shutterbug. 849 FREE ESL Songs For Teaching English Worksheets About ESL Songs For Teaching English Worksheets Welcome to our 'ESL Songs for Teaching English' worksheets section, where you'll find a lot of free lesson materials that English teachers can use with their class for musical English lessons.Our growing collection of teacher-tested ESL songs worksheets contains all-time favorites such as 'I Saw Her Standing There' or 'Yesterday' (as well as many other songs sung by the Beatles, Elvis Presley, Gloria Gaynor, Bon Jovi) and also relatively new songs that are successfully used by ESL teachers. Teaching English with songs helps learners provides a lot of opportunities for a creative teacher. Songs are a great way to practice intonation and stress, spelling and pronunciation, they are wonderful subjects for debate or discussion, are great for specific vocabulary practice, group singing practice. Generally, students love to listen to songs during their English lessons. It is very important to select the right song.

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