WURRLYedu's Core Curriculum!

WURRLYedu's Core Curriculum!

WURRLYedu provides a series of engaging and creative exercises and games for use within a General Music, ESLMusic TherapySpecial Education, and Speech Therapy context. Our catalog contains thousands of songs with recommendations for each type of lesson plan. Through our core curriculum, we offer a multifaceted music education for all students! 

General Music


Our lesson plans include:

  • Instrumental repertoire and techniques: The large catalog and recording capabilities make WURRLYedu the ideal platform to learn songs and allow teachers and students to monitor progress.
     
  • Songwriting Tools. Help students foster creativity with backing tracks and lesson plans that make songwriting easy.
     
  • Music Theory Games. These games allow students to interact with music theory in practical ways and break down traditional barriers that block engagement.
     
  • Ear Training Exercises. Graded melodic, rhythmic, and harmonic exercises that engage students.
     
  • Group Activities. Students can learn to collaborate and work as part of a team and effectively communicate using these lessons.
     
  • And many more!
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English as a Second Language


Our lesson plans include:

  • Warm-up Exercises. Based around singing anthemic songs, these exercises are ideal for getting students in the mood to interact in class.
     
  • Rap Contests. Great for helping students practice diction and understanding the flow of the English language.
     
  • Exclusive Backing Tracks. Students can write their own lyrics and set them to our backing track, allowing for a creative way to interact with their vocabulary.
     
  • Call and Response Songs. These games are ideal for helping students practice sounds and learn new words.
     
  • Verb and Noun Games. Students complete pre-established lines within the context of a song.
     
  • And many more!
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Music Therapy


Our lesson plans include:

  • Language Development. Songs and games are based around sounds, word recall, and building sentences within a context.
     
  • Motor Skills. Games that involve large movement focus on gross motor skills, while rhythmic call and response games work on fine motor skills.
     
  • Group Games and Social Skills. Songs and games that emphasize group communication, singing together, and interacting through questions and answers.
     
  • Social and Emotional AwarenessExercises that concentrate on the emotional impact music has, and relating this to others as well as emotional recognition.
     
  • Attention Building. These games work on paying attention to elements of music and language, offering exercises in sustained and altered attention.
     
  • And many more!
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Special Education 


Our lesson plans include:

  • Communication Games. Help students explore concepts of fast, slow, loud, soft and go-and-stop through drumming patterns and other musical exercises.
     
  • Motor Skills. Games that involve large movement focus on gross motor skills, while rhythmic call and response games work on fine motor skills.
     
  • Creative Exploration. Using songs and games students can build on given elements to create their own music and expressions.
     
  • Call and Response Songs. These games are ideal for helping students practice sounds and learn new words.
     
  • Group Activities. Students can learn social and emotional cues while collaborating as part of a team.
     
  • And many more!
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Speech Therapy 


Our lesson plans include:

  • Sound Songs. Students can explore song games based around particular sounds.
     
  • Oral Expression with Word and Sound Recall. Call and response games can be used to help build word recall, and practice certain sounds and phrases for oral expression development.
     
  • Listening Comprehension. Students can listen for different audio cues within songs, either answering questions or following commands.
     
  • Receptive & Expressive Communication Games. Help students explore concepts of fast, slow, loud, soft, and go-and-stop through drumming patterns and other musical exercises.
     
  • Group Activities. Songs that emphasize group communication, singing together, and interacting through questions and answers.
  • And many more!

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