Superb Musicals, Songs & Assemblies for Primary Schools

Let’s Sing About… Christmas!

(3 customer reviews)

By Andrew Oxspring and Ian Faraday
Songbook for KS1 and KS2 (ages 4-11).
15 fantastically festive songs for the whole school!

Santa, snowballs, crackers, cards, baubles, Bethlehem….this collection of 15 fantastically-festive songs, compiled from our popular seasonal musicals, will help you celebrate every aspect of Christmas! All those familiar and much-loved characters and events are brought to life in catchy, entertaining and often reflective songs, which explore everything we treasure about this special time of year!

Categories: , Product ID: 3620
Sample Songs

Listen below to the songs from Let’s Sing About… Christmas!

What do you get?

This collection of songs is ideal for assemblies, to complement your themed topic work in the classroom, or to simply enjoy during singing and music lessons.

The songbook package contains:

  • printed lyrics & piano score with vocal melody & guitar chords.
  • an ‘enhanced’ CD – this contains songs (backing tracks & vocal versions) which can be played on a standard CD player, and also data files (MP3s of all tracks, plus lyric sheets as PDFs) for use on your computer, interactive whiteboard or digital display device.
  • interesting discussion points about the topic and suggested actions for your children to perform whilst singing.*

UK schools can order this title with an invoice to be paid within 30 days.
Non-UK schools and private individuals (not ordering on behalf of a school) are required to pay for this title at the point of ordering.

* Only available in selected titles from the ‘Let’s Sing About…’ range.

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