Looking for ways to teach la, after teaching sol and mi? This 113-page unit has tons of materials for teaching la, including:
*Singing games to teach la in both a sol-la-sol-mi and sol-mi-la-sol-mi pattern
: Bounce High, We are dancing, Icka Backa, Come back home my little chicks, Pizza Pizza
*Lesson plan for presenting la
*La learning center activities
* “Bounce High” stick notation sheet for use in learning centers
*Strategies for teaching la
(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)
*Be a composer worksheet
* “Solfa Street” powerpoint
* Song visuals powerpoint
* 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 slsm?
(used for visually identifying staff patterns)
*SMART board file: Staff
(students write staff patterns)
*Lines and spaces worksheet
*Two sol-la-sol-mi writing worksheets
*Two sol-mi-la-sol-mi writing worksheets
Download the preview for more information. Please note that I've notated la with a cursive "l" so as not to be confused with "ta."
Thanks to Melonheadz
for the clip art on the thumbnail cover.
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