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Songs in the ClassroomTeachers in search of the ultimate ?hook? or engage activity for an ESA lesson plan need look no further than a simple song or tune they have known since childhood. I still remember by kindergarten teacher singing, ?Clean up, clean up, everybody, everywhere. Clean up, Clean up, everybody do your share.? When the kindergarteners heard these words, we all raced to clean up as we joyfully joined in singing the song. If my teacher had sung a short song each day, similar to the one above, about future tenses or irregular verbs, we five year olds would have been grammar experts. Using songs to teach vocabulary or grammar in the ESL classroom is fun, effective and creative. Children and adults alike light up and enjoy short, catchy songs as an approach to learning otherwise easily forgotten lesson material. There are so many benefits and approaches for using songs in the classroom. The first benefit and approach for teaching is to start the class enthusiastically with opening songs. Singing to begin a class relaxes everyone, starts the day with smiles and joy and immediately hooks and involves the whole class. I play the ukulele and love to review simple and important vocabulary and grammar points with catchy tunes to begin my classes. While playing simple,