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20 February 2015
Musical Mysteries

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MUSICAL MYSTERIES is a lively interactive site allowing children to have fun, while exploring basic musical concepts in sound, rhythm and mood. As children work their way through the site, they gain valuable listening, composing and musical interpretation skills.

How the site helps your child

Using the site

  • Complements the Northern Ireland Music Curriculum for Key Stage 1 and 2 (7-11 year olds).
  • Improves ICT skills.
  • Develops thinking skills by asking children to decide on solutions.
  • Gives children the opportunity to use their creativity.
  • Provides an opportunity for children to investigate a range of orchestral instruments.
  • Promotes independent learning.

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To help place the site in context for your child, a series of Lesson Plans and audio clips are available for download. Each Lesson Plan provides an introduction to the website activities, and contains valuable extension material for your child to work on from home.

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