We reinforce tons of Sol-Mi patterns in early elementary music. How about the kids dictate it through Sol-Fish?
Each student receives a "Fishing for Solfege" printout which is a fish bowl with 2 spaces - the top space reserved for the SOL and the bottom space reserved for the MI
Ten examples will be played and students will have to decipher where the sol's and mi's are after listening to them. They do this by putting bingo chips on the Sol or Mi spaces.
After students lock in their guess, advance the slide to reveal the answer!
You may do this through the printouts, or you can make it an interactive game with your whiteboard, the possibilities are endless!
All sound files are embedded in, so you'll need to manually click each "speaker" icon to play each example.
Have a great time with this, and let me know if you have any questions or concerns!