It’s SOLFA WARS!!! Similar to my best selling Rhythm Wars
, this will be a set of MP4 files for practicing solfa patterns found in common folk songs! Students will have opportunities using the preparation materials provided to practice the patterns and then get a chance to read and sing them as they scroll the screen in sequenced games.
This set of games is included in the Solfa Wars Bundled set
. If you own that set you own this set! If you like this file the bundled set end up saving you a lot of money!!!!
**Within the beginning/easier la sets there are a couple sets of games- one that practices la in the so-la-so-mi pattern, one that practices la in the so-mi-la-so pattern and one that intermixes the patterns.
What’s included in this set:
• MP4 files that will run though Quicktime or iTunes
o Two that are 5 patterns in the game, with the solfa names given in a vocal prep, in two different keys
o Two that are multiple patterns with the solfa names given in a vocal prep, in two different keys
o Two that are multiple patterns with a vocal pattern on “loo” as a vocal prep, in two different keys
o Two that are multiple patterns with a vocal starting pitch as a prep, in two different keys*
o Two “Dark Side” games (a.k.a. poison game), in two different keys
• FOUR interactive PDF games to practice the patterns used in the game
• Flashcards for practicing the patterns with game extension ideas included.
The staff notation for the games are written primary in the keys of C-do, F-do and G-do with high do having a game in the key of D-do so that it is pitched appropriately for treble singers.
The starting pitches for the so-mi games will be indicated by a letter representing the starting solfa. The other games will use the do-clef to indicate the key
** Please note the vocal ranges of the games will range from C4-E5.
If you like this file you might also enjoy:
Camp Songs for the Classroom
Rhythm Wars, Rest
Rhythm Wars: Poison Game, Rest
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