Mark Clark

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Mark Clark is an Aussie songwriter, scriptwriter, voice over, author and drama coach. He was Pip in the ABC's version of Ethel Turner's Seven Little Australians.

Sing Along with History

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Sing Along with History

5.00

This is a short album designed to help children learn about history by singing along with catchy music and educational lyrics. It's perfect for teachers looking for ways to teach their students about Ancient Greece, Rome, Mesopotamia and Egypt, as well as the Paleolithic and Neolithic periods. Sing Along with history is also available with teachers' resources and backing tracks to complement each song; please see below for more details!

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This product is a digital download containing 6 songs. After payment, your album will be immediately available for download. If you would like to purchase the songs with educational resources, please see below.


Sample Tracks

The following are three, 45 second previews of the most popular songs from Sing Along with History. The full versions are available for purchase on iTunes (only $1.69 USD each!)

Track List

  1. Palaeolithic
  2. Neolithic
  3. Mesopotamia
  4. Ancient Egypt
  5. Ancient Greece
  6. Ancient Rome

Teachers' Resources

Example of map from the Sing Along with History Neolithic music pack...

Sing Along with History is also available with a teachers' resource pertinent to each song. The resources include:

  • Complete songs with full musical backing
  • The same songs with backing only for a singalong
  • Song lyrics
  • Maps
  • Timelines
  • Crosswords
  • Wonder-words
  • Student activities

If you are a teacher studying the ancient world, these Sing Along with History will prove invaluable in your classroom. Sing Along with History is available in the following two forms:

  1. Individual songs and resource packs
  2. The complete set, including songs and educational resources for all of the periods in the ancient world.

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