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Leading Songs

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Did you know you could become a song leader? Well follow these tips and see how much fun you can have. You see, people,have a fundamental rhythm urge. Watch them respond by tapping a toe, humming to himself or herself, or even gently swaying the body to a lively tune or the beating of a drum. The advice in the Cub Scout Songbook will help you become a good song leader. Singing is fun. Leading and teaching songs can be fun too. You don't need a professional singer or orchestra leader to lead Cub Scout singing successfully.

  • Smile at the group and relax. Appear to be confident whether your actually feel that way or not. Morale is catching.
  • Select songs in advance that fit the occasion. Be sure that you know them well enough that you can teach them with confidence.
  • Always start with a rousing, well known song so everyone can sing out confidently. Encourage pep and enthusiasm by your example.
  • Don't ask what song they want to sing. Tell them Give the pitch by humming or singing a few bars to yourself. If an accompaniment is available, have a few bars played.
  • Use easy to follow motions to set the tempo. Start everyone at the same time.
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