Mothers' Day is right around the corner and I have a composing activity that you can use in your lessons TODAY!
Typically, my students do all the composing in my composition activities, but I changed it up with one student.
We were working on the music alphabet and intervals.
I gave her the starting note of a line and then had her identify the next note based on the interval we discussed (it was skips that day).
By the time we were done, she could quickly and easily name the skip up or down from any note!
"I Love You Mom!" comes in 4 versions: pre-staff reading, treble clef, bass clef, and grand staff.
This adorable composing activity is sure to warm the heats of all the moms in your studio!
Students can compose using finger numbers, fret numbers, or the music alphabet.
The song can be played on the black keys or white keys of the piano or on any string you're working on for guitar, ukulele, or orchestral string instruments. It even works with wind instruments.
You can also use solfege to compose the song with your vocal students and have them sing it on the syllables as well as with the lyrics!
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