As you may have seen in this morning’s newsletter there is finally, after 2 years, a song for the Winter Clothes theme.Β Β  It’s big, it’s operatic and your kids are going to love it! Here’s some of the feedback from the beta test forum:

Just when we think we’ve got it all you bring out an absolutely corker like this song. I found it absolutely brilliant, spot on and so different from the other stuff it’s just amazing. ” – Rosebud

“Waaa!!!! This one’s genius!! I’m actually speechless” – Julian K

Plus this year there are Snakes and Ladders, Uno Style “Crazy Eights” game, Island Hopping Game, Dice Game, Mini Cards and Spaghetti Listening Test Worksheets to go with the theme.

So get your coat on and enjoy the warmth of the Winter Clothes song!

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4 Responses to “Winter Clothes 2009”

  1. Julian

    Great song – really…er….distinctive!

    I’m just a bit fed up that I won’t have time to fit it in before my classes wrap up in the next few weeks.

    Still, there’s always next year.

  2. Margit

    Great song again, and perfect in timing, as well as all the other songs. There is so much now, that I feel I have to double my lessons. What to start with?

    Anyway, one thing I was wondering for the clothes topic: For Japan it might be good to have something else instead of “boots”. Maybe “mittens” or so. If I play the “clothes race game” I have to skip the “boots”because they can’t put them on inside.

    But no matter, I like the song the way it is.

  3. Rosebud

    Can’t wait to give this song it’s first airing on Monday with my classes. How about that, a lesson plan sorted in just five minutes. Cool.

  4. Liza

    Are you using a crystal ball? Absolutely perfect timing! Next week I’ve got the following themes to cover for 6-10 yr olds at primary school: winter clothes (winter clothes song and book), winter activities (let’s build a snowman) and occupations (what do you want to be? plus the telephone game), so I’m all set :-))

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