The Song Tree (BBC Learning)

              The Song Tree (BBC Learning)

              Music educational resources for school children aged 5 to 7, from BBC Learning, primarily for use in school, featuring opportunities to learn songs and perform them and undertake a range of musical activities. Programmes available on Wednesdays with new episodes added the same day each week, during term time (with a one week break for half term).

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              • Episodes available for:
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              • Suki over the ocean 20 May 15

                Wed, 20 May 15

                Duration:
                20 mins

                Available:
                1 month remaining

                Nigel Pilkington and Sarah Jane Honeywell present the fourth programme in the series and today's song is 'Suki over the ocean.'

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              • My ship sails over the ocean 13 May 15

                Wed, 13 May 15

                Duration:
                20 mins

                Available:
                1 month remaining

                Nigel Pilkington and Sarah Jane Honeywell present the third programme in the series and today's song is 'My ship sails over the ocean.'

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              • There's a hole in the bottom of the sea 06 May 15

                Wed, 6 May 15

                Duration:
                20 mins

                Available:
                1 month remaining

                Nigel Pilkington and Sarah Jane Honeywell present the second programme in the series and today's song is 'There's a hole in the bottom of the sea.'

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              • The big ship sails 29 Apr 15

                Wed, 29 Apr 15

                Duration:
                20 mins

                Available:
                1 month remaining

                Nigel Pilkington and Sarah Jane Honeywell present the first programme in the series and today's song is 'The big ship sails.'

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