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Snowy Solfege: Stick-to-Staff Notation Activities {Do}

Snowy Solfege: Stick-to-Staff Notation Activities {Do}
Snowy Solfege: Stick-to-Staff Notation Activities {Do}
Snowy Solfege: Stick-to-Staff Notation Activities {Do}
Snowy Solfege: Stick-to-Staff Notation Activities {Do}
Snowy Solfege: Stick-to-Staff Notation Activities {Do}
Snowy Solfege: Stick-to-Staff Notation Activities {Do}
Snowy Solfege: Stick-to-Staff Notation Activities {Do}
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Do you need more ways to practice the melodic concept do in the winter? Snowy Solfege is a fun and easy way to assess your students' ability to transfer melodic patterns from stick notation to staff notation.

Included in this set:
1. Directions for Use

2. Snowy Solfege Interactive PDF (with active hyperlinks): Students will choose a snowflake staff pattern that matches each snowman's stick notation sign. If correct, students will be directed to a "Hooray!" page. If incorrect, students are directed to an "Oops!" page. Use this interactive game in a whole group, small group, or centers workstation setting. A do clef is used for each pattern in the staff.

3. Snowy Solfege Stick-to-Staff Manipulatives: Students can match up the stick notation and staff notation of many do patterns. Have your students work individually, in small groups, or use these manipulatives in a centers workstation. These come in both a colored and black and white format. They also come come with two different staff notation formats: staff patterns with a do clef and staff patterns showing the first pitch.

4. Snowy Solfege Writing Patterns in the Staff Worksheet: Take an assessment on your students' ability to write patterns in the music staff. The students will see a stick notation pattern on each snowman's sign. Their job is to transfer the pattern into the music staff. Two versions are provided: (1) the first note is shown to the students and (2) No notes are shown and a do clef is used.

5. Snowy Solfege Stick-to-Staff Notation Match-Up Worksheet: Take an assessment on your students' ability to match stick notation and staff notation patterns. Students will draw a line from each snowman's stick notation sign to the music staff it matches. Two versions are provided: (1) the first pitch is labeled for the students and (2) No notes are labeled and a do clef is used.

Melodic pitches used: do-mi-so-la. Rhythms used: Ta (quarter note), Ti-Ti (eighth notes), and quarter rest.


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Interested in Snowy Solfege for a different melodic concept? Check out the links below:
Snowy Solfege: So and Mi
Snowy Solfege: La
Snowy Solfege: Re
Snowy Solfege: Low La
Snowy Solfege: Low So



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