Kids love talking and fantasizing about space and all the possibilities of that endless unknown. This sheet will channel that wonder into a creative composition.
To use this free composition worksheet, just click on the image to print it out and then help your student fill in the blanks. This is a great activity because you can use it to reinforce the scale you’re currently working on. Ask the students to compose their songs based on that scale. You can even ask them to start and end their piece on the tonic.
I also created a planning sheet that you can use alongside the composition worksheet.
Young kids love to draw the characters from their imagination, so the sheet also includes a place for the kids to draw the two space creatures that they’ll feature in their composition.
You can print the planning sheet on the back of the composition worksheet or hand it out separately. Either way, your students will love it!
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