This is a collection of holiday videos you can share in your music classroom. They include heartfelt, funny, unusual, musical, clever and heartfelt videos (a little of something for everyone!).
You might like to play them at the start of a lesson while you’re taking attendance or use them during class to spark a discussion.
Please review each video (the whole way through) to make sure that it’s right for your students.
If you’re looking for more holiday videos, you’ll find them here: 15 Fun Holiday Season Videos to Show Your Music Students.
Christmas Sharks | Christmas Carols | Pinkfong Songs for Children
Feliz Navidad- Jose Feliciano lyrics [HQ]
Christmas Jazz | Funny Clip | Classic Mr. Bean
That Time of Year (From “Olaf’s Frozen Adventure”)
Aussie Aussie Christmas – Amber Lawrence [Official Video]
[Official Video] Carol of the Bells – Pentatonix
Christmas Car Ride with Motoki
Hard Dance | Dark By Design – The Nutcracker (Sugar Plum Fairy Remix)
Monkees – Riu Chiu – Official Video – High Quality
The Wombles Wombling Merry Christmas
RUN DMC – Christmas In Hollis (Video)
Aussie Jingle Bells – Bucko & Champs – THE ORIGINAL
Ronan Keating Sings Summer Wonderland
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I’m a qualified teacher but no, I don’t currently teach in a school. I help teachers through my online professional development space – the Midnight Music Community – where there are tutorial videos, courses, links and downloadable resources.
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