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Last Updated on April 28, 2021 by Steph Reed

Here is a free interactive choice board that links straight to songs on YouTube. The songs are some of the favourites of primary aged children I have taught. These interactive choice boards are easy to make and amend in a program such as Microsoft PowerPoint by creating ‘hyperlinks’ to a web page.

The pictures and links to the songs can be changed to suit the interests of your child/children.

Interactive singing choice board

A child can choose a song by clicking on the picture, giving them the element of choice. This can be great for turn taking in a class or group setting on an interactive whiteboard or enjoying at home on a computer or laptop.

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Steph Reed

Hi I’m Steph Reed, an Autism Specialist Teacher and Consultant. I teach schools, service and families practical ways to meet the needs of autistic children, to maximise their outcomes.

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