Duel Of The Fates Notes Letters

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Duel Of The Fates Notes Letters

Duel Of The Fates Notes Letters

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Here’s a really quick way to create musical note manipulation tools easily, permanently, and cheaply. I used craft foam sheets – you can find multi-colored packs in most craft aisles or here is an Amazon affiliate link you can order!

I cut note shapes out of foam using colors as close as possible to Boomwhackers. I only used noteheads because the purpose of this activity was a VERY basic introduction to composition and learning how to read lines from left to right. No masts or flags needed as I’m not focusing on rhythm concepts at the moment. We’ll do our best to play our songs with a steady beat though! The notes don’t have to be perfect, and as you can see, mine are a bit rough – but they do the job!

Duel Of The Fates Notes Letters

Another option is I created a quick free manipulative that you can print and cut out. Music note manipulation free reference

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Personally, I prefer foam die cuts because they are more durable unless you are laminating the printed version.

But if you download this free product, please do me a favor and leave a review on our store if you found it useful!!

I use them with my 3 year olds to do very simple composition and note reading activities. We take turns choosing what color will be next, usually they only want to put them in rainbow order 🤣. Again, my goal with this activity was a VERY basic introduction to composition and learning how to read lines from left to right. I have mixed success with my three-year-olds, but I don’t expect them to be this age. These activities can be useful in preschools, kindergartens, and even the first years of school!

Another activity I do with my little ones is to “write out” a tune they know. So I’m going to put the notes in Twinkle Twinkle Little Star order and then play them and work on the melody recognition.

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Other good songs: Row Row Row Your Boat, Mary Had a Little Lamb, This Old Man and more!

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I hope this can be of some use to you in your classroom or with your kids! I hope to do more activities like this in the coming months, so if you enjoyed it, be sure to follow us on social media (top and bottom of the page) for updates. Thank you!!

After completing Part 1 of this activity (see blog post here), I like to have students try to write their own song.

Duel Of The Fates Notes Letters

I give each student my copy of this file (FREE) – Songwriting Worksheet for Students (Editable Google Drive and DOCX Versions)

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As you know, I love doing this with my high school music students. I tell them it’s more about the PROCESS than the product. They will be self-conscious about their song, especially their lyrics. I’ve had songs about cheese, flying, their favorite movie, etc. It really doesn’t matter what they write about it, so try not to get them stuck in texts.

Also, there are many ways to write a song! You may think this process is backwards and crazy – that’s okay! This is the method I used because I focused more on students learning how chord progressions are unpacked and used to accompany the songs they hear every day.

I do this activity in six steps and provide the students with a guide. I made this guide FREE in our Teachers Pay Teachers store and it’s editable so you can customize this activity to fit your students’ needs!

Step 1: Lyrics. Write a short chorus and 2 verses. Don’t let students hang on for too long.

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Step 2: Generate the chord progression. Don’t worry, I use an automatic generator for students to experiment with. Very little theory required! I refer students to autochords.com. They can experiment with feel and key and choose something to use. Simply ask them to write down their choices in the worksheet boxes for later reference.

Step 3: Enter the chord progression into Noteflight (or other notation software). This is a step that is probably very important for students to follow in Part 1 of these blog posts. I have them put the bass line in first and then build the chords. How I teach my students to do this step is covered in Part 1 of these blog posts.

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Step 4: Write your melody. This is another step that can get students hooked. I just give them a few pointers (included in the worksheet) and try not to worry them too much. Again, this is about the PROCESS, not the product!

Duel Of The Fates Notes Letters

Step 5: Add the drums. This is always one of my students’ favorite steps. This step can be optional if you want, but I’ve found that some students really enjoy adding crazy funny drum patterns to their song. Anything that excites them, right?

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Step 6: Create an ending. This is another simple step that may be optional. I usually only focus on those students who keep pace and show a lot of effort. This can be an extra step to add more subtlety to the song.

Ask students to share their songs with the class. This can be daunting for some – try not to let it stress them out. I know I sound like a broken record, but I will tell them the process, not the product!

I hope you find this activity useful in your classroom in some way – it’s quite open-ended and really leaves a lot up to you. I thought it might be helpful for some to have a road map to help students create their own song.

Generic music can be really tricky. The balance between teaching musical literacy and “fun” and the hope of retaining students for future ensembles is a DEFINED struggle. We always seem to want something that will grab their attention and be FUN, but still teach them something valuable and leave them wanting more. One of my activities that I want to achieve this with is Cancer Music.

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All these things with an easy couple of days of learning. (I personally like to do this at the beginning of a new school year!)

Step 1: (K-8) Complete the random composition of the class or group. I like to use Boomwhackers and dice. I have students each have a Boomwhacker.

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