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Down on the Farm


Your English classes will enjoy learning and performing Down on the Farm with its catchy tune. When your children have learnt it, they can perform the action song at school concerts and events. This CLIL-based action song module teaches key language about agriculture, faming and milk. The graded worksheets and activities in the e-book will help you recycle and practice the themes and language presented in the action song.


This is what you get with your Down on the Farm e-book:

  • A complete teaching actions video of Down on the Farm. Quickly learn the song and its actions before bringing it to your classes.
  • Three MP3 files of Down on the Farm: two guide-voice versions (Goodger and child voice) and the music-only, karaoke version to check learning and to play for performances and events.
  • A song sheet (with guitar chords for those who strum)
  • A set of  5 illustrated worksheets and classroom activities to recycle the contents of the song in a variety of contexts. You can photocopy and print them or project them on an electronic whiteboard.
  • Teacher’s Notes and Lesson Plans: suggestions on how to use the FunSongs Method and adapt the activities.

Vocabulary and language

You can practise and learn these words in Down on the Farm:

Nouns: Farm, time, cows, line, hands, milk, day, cream, butter, yoghurt, way, farmers, fields, haym crops, animals.
Verbs:   to be, to wait, to freeze, to squeeze, to feel, to give, to start, to help, to sing, to learn, to work.
Adjectives:  Freezing, fine, wide.

Teach Down on the Farm to:

  • Present and practise words related to farming and agriculture.
  • Introduce a CLIL perspective: teaching basic notions of domestic science and nature
  • Provide an action song which can be performed at school concerts and events.


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