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Songs For Teaching About The Victorians

Are you looking for songs for teaching about The Victorians?  Well, we’ve got just what you need…

Songs for Teaching UK is proud to present a FREE audio-only version of ‘The Victorians’ Song’. This song has been lovingly crafted to meet objectives from the history curriculum.


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Read on to discover some of the benefits of using music in your classroom.

1. Songs For Teaching About The Victorians Aids Memorisation

Ever found yourself singing a tune you heard on the radio during your morning commute? Due to the power of music and how it makes an impression on one’s memory, songs with lyrics based on educational themes are great for the classroom. They help children to remember information about topics like the Victorians.

2. Music Boosts Mood

Due to the inclusive nature of our educational songs, children are always enthused by them. As a result, this injects a sense of fun into lessons.

3. Listening To Music Promotes Musical Intelligence

Listening to music improves students’ knowledge of music and broadens their experiences of recorded music. Why not simultaneously support their musical development and boost their historical knowledge?


Here’s a free infographic about the benefits of music in the classroom. Print it out and display it at your school.


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By | 18 February, 2020 |

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