Bring out the creative side of your Early Years and Primary children with our art and music teacher resources! With Busy Things for Schools, you can access exciting and colourful games and activities that will engage students aged 3–11, all aligned to the curriculum objectives for their age group.
Early Years children will enjoy creating sounds and creating artworks at the touch of a screen or click of a mouse. Our tools are simple and intuitive, so even pre-school children can produce impressive results! We also have a selection of EYFS music games that will encourage budding musicians to start exploring sound and making music.
For Key Stage 1 and 2, our Primary school music teaching resources will let older children hear how musical instruments sound and start teaching the basics of musical notation, which they can use to begin creating more complex sound compositions. We also have fun art activities for Primary school that will allow your student to produce their own mini masterpieces using our drawing tools, which include brushes, shapes, stamps, clipart, symmetry tools and more.
All of our art and music teacher resources have been designed to tie in with the National Primary and Early Years Curriculum, and each one has been carefully vetted by our team of expert teacher advisors to ensure it suits both your needs and the needs of your class.
Art and Music Games for Early Years
Busy Things early childhood music education resources which will help you encourage young children to create music through experimentation. Choose from a large array of unusual tools and allow an original sound composition to evolve. It’s simple and intuitive — just click or touch and hear and see what happens!
Why not use our art and music resources at the front of class? Have the children take turns to create whole-class compositions of colours, shapes or sounds.
Art and Music Games for Key Stage 1
For KS1 students, Busy Things contains a wide range of tools to create fabulous artworks. Our easy-to-use tool makes it easy for children of all ability levels to create wonderful images, with the potential to make everything from abstract patterns to detailed illustrations There are also ready-made templates and clipart your students can use to create a monster, superhero, fashionable item of clothing, or anything else!
Our music teacher resources for children in this age group include engaging activities that will encourage children to explore the world of sounds in a more advanced way. They can experiment with rhythm, pitch and tempo and begin to write simple compositions.
Art and Music Games for Key Stage 2
Older children can use Busy Paint to create drawing and artworks on a wide range of topics. Busy Paint is an easy-to-use art tool offering drawing tools, brushes, shapes, stamps, clipart, symmetry options and more, so students can really express their creativity and make unique artworks.
In the KS2 music resources area, we have tools and interactive games that you can use to help children begin to recognise the characteristic sounds of different musical instruments. There’s also activities that will help them develop a basic understanding of musical notation, which students can use to go on to create their own compositions.
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