Resources: Celebrate Eurovision!
April 19th 2023

Resources: Celebrate Eurovision!

Eurovision is coming to our hometown of Liverpool and we can’t wait!

Your learners can discover the STEM in Eurovision with STEM Ambassadors & celebrate using our recommended music and STEAM activities.

STEM is an acronym for science, technology, engineering and maths. STEAM is an acronym that includes every STEM subject — plus the arts including art, dance, music, drama and more.

The Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 takes place in Liverpool on behalf of 2022 winners Ukraine on Saturday the 13th of May.

Songs & Artists

Host Eurovision in school before the big day!
Students can listen to all of the entries via the Eurovision website.
Who would they choose as the winner?

What’s the score?
You can use these free EurovisionWorld 2023 printable scorecards to rate each performance. Keep an eye on the Eurovision website for their scorecard release!

Official Eurovision 2023 Live Lesson – Friday 20th May
Learners can create their own Eurovision song by joining ‘United by Music’ from the BBC – a musical live lesson for 7-11 year olds.

Music & STEAM Activities

All Ages: Online Music Maker!
Chrome Music Lab is a website that makes learning music more accessible through fun, hands-on experiments. Technology and tunes – get creating in colour!

All Ages: Soundwave Masterpieces
Choose your favourite tune and turn a simple waveform into a work of art.
Follow this step-by-step guide.

DIY Smartphone Speaker
There are so many variations of this make.
Awesome amplification with a few household items!

Bottle Xylophone
It’s a classic! Change the water level to change the pitch with bottles or glasses.
Have a go at playing your favourite song or theme tune.

Sounds Like Science
STEM Learning share 20 primary sound activities from the British Science Association including Give up the Funk, Make a Speaker and more!

Primary: DIY Instruments
The sound of creative engineering!
A playlist of instruments that can be made at school or home.

CREST Awards: Musical Projects
Star Award (5-7) & Superstar Award (7-11) Projects – Starting Sounds & Hoodie Hearing
Discovery Award (10-14) – Make a Musical Machine of the Future!

Secondary: LEGO Mindstorms EV3 – LEGO Mindstorms Music Box
Build & code an EV3 contraption.
This machine can even play the Star Wars theme!

Ear Balloon – Music & Molecules
How can a balloon make sounds louder?
Try this experiment for yourself.

Writing a Song
Discover the ingredients for songwriting from Songwriting for Kids, check out this Guide to Songwriting & expand lyrics with feelings and metaphors (free worksheet).

Quiz Time!
50 quick-fire pop and music questions for children and young people.
Don’t worry, the answers are included!

How to play Pop Pictionary
Guess the song title from the drawing! Add a technological twist by playing on a tablet, whiteboard or PC arts program – use at least 3 tools and colours.

Backing Dancers
Get moving!
Choreograph a short TikTok-style routine to one of the Eurovision tracks.

STEM Ambassador Inspiration!

More FREE Eurovision Fun

Quiz: How many Eurovision countries can you name?
Make Your Own Bunting: FREE Printable Flags of the World
Watching the Final: Play Eurovision Bingo!

Fun Music Facts

ESERO: ESA – Music on the International Space Station
Music in Space – The Golden Record
Eurovision Funny and Weird Facts
20 Bizarre Musical Facts

Show me more STEM inspiration!
Request a STEM ambassador to inspire your class

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