Songs for English Learners
Original songs for English learners recorded by Jonathan Taylor Brittunculi. Sing along with the lyrics as you listen to the music.
A song about the people in a family.
Jonathan Taylor gives this old classic some new life.
Listen for the phrasal verbs. They all start with the letter ‘r’.
A song about twelve colour idioms. Can you piece it together?
How’s the weather doin’? Learn English vocabulary with this catchy tune about the weather.
What will he do without her? She will find out when she listens to this song.
He was late cause he’d been getting her birthday cake. A song written entirely in the past tense.
Sing along to EC’s theme song, and learn what EnglishClub is all about.
You’ve got to be careful which witch you pick.
Jonathan Taylor tours the world playing rock ‘n roll.
Learn some of the parts of the body as Frankenstein collects them in his fiendish experiment to create a living being.
Mum’s to do list is so big, she’s just gonna to have to make do.
Don’t throw that stuff away. Let’s reuse it in a different way. A recycling song for English learners.
Say it with a song! Wish your friends, family members, and classmates a Happy Birthday with this fun adaptation to a traditional birthday song.
Sing along to this fun adaptation of the famous Jingle Bells song from Jonathan Taylor Brittunculi.
This teacher finds an innovative way to explain the present tenses.
Short forms like I’m (I am), you’re (you are).
Short forms like can’t (can not), haven’t (have not)… with subtitles.
A song about short forms. There’s (there is), how’s (how is), what’ll (what will)…
This song reviews informal words like “gonna”, “whatcha” and “lemme”. The content may not be appropriate for some ages and audiences. Please preview before using in class.
Listen to the ordinal numbers – 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and more…
Learn the hours as the hands go round the clock.
January, February, March… Learn the months of the year as you listen.
Learn the days of the week.
Fun with numbers. From Zero to Zillion.
Can you count the Be verbs in this song?
When I is not i.
Learn your ABC in (British) English, whatever your age.
Fun with punctuation. ?,!.?,!.?,!.?,!.
A song about colours and colour.