Looking for ways to teach do, after teaching sol, mi, and la? This 135-page unit includes the following:
*Singing games to teach do
(Apple Tree, King's Land, Mouse Mousie, Pease Porridge Hot, Johnny Caught a Flea, and Sorida)
*Lesson plan for presenting "do"
*Do learning center activities
* “Apple Tree" and "Mouse Mousie" stick notation sheets
for use in learning centers
*Strategies for teaching do
(physical, visual, and aural)
*Strategies for staff work
*Solfa manipulative visuals,
with directions on how to use
(both staff flashcards and stick notation flashcards are included—you can print them out double sided so the stick notation pattern is one side and the corresponding staff pattern is on the other. Staff cards include patterns showing the first solfa as well as patterns with do clef and no solfa)
*Poison pattern mini-set for preparing do
(includes four poison patterns with sol, la, mi, and "low")
*Pattern match activity with stick notation and staff patterns,
for students to find their matching cards
*Be a composer worksheet
* “Solfa Street” powerpoint
*Song visuals slideshow
*SMART board file: Do you see what I see?
(used for visually identifying staff patterns--both preparation and practice files included)
*SMART board file: Do you hear what I hear?
(used for aurally identifying staff patterns)
*SMART board file: Could it be smd?
(used for visually identifying staff patterns)
*SMART board file: Staff
(students write staff patterns)
*Lines and spaces worksheet
*Two "do" writing worksheets
* A song match worksheet
*Could it be smd worksheet
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You can purchase this as part of the Do-Mi-Sol-La Mega-Set.
You can also purchase this set at a discount with my Second and Third Grade Music Mega-Set.
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