This Father’s Day piano composition worksheet is designed especially for young students who haven’t yet learned how read and write notes. Just show them where to place their hands and then have them write the finger numbers in the footballs.
Kids can personalize their Father’s Day song by writing in their favorite activities to do with dad. It will mean a lot to Dad to know that he’s appreciated and he’ll enjoy hearing what his kids say their favorite things are.
There are no footballs above the part where kids write their own lyrics so that kids can make their melody match the words they write–whether they write two words or ten. Kids can just write finger numbers in the green box above their lyrics.
If you teach pentascales to kids, this worksheet is a great way to reinforce the scale you’re currently working on and to help kids begin to grasp the idea of playing in key. I have a fun special system for teaching scales to kids that is taught in the piano scales book I published. You can learn more about the book here.
Did you enjoy this piano composition worksheet for kids? Here’s what you can do next:
First, Leave a Comment–we all benefit when we work together and share ideas.
Do you have any tips for helping your students compose? Did you have any fun experiences with your students while using this piano composition activity? Leave a comment below to help out the other piano teachers in our online community.
Second, Help Other Music Teachers find and use this composition worksheet.
1. Pin this worksheet to Pinterest
2. Like and share myfunpianostudio.com on Facebook
Third, Start Teaching Piano Improv to give your students a lifetime of enjoyment at the piano.
Sign up for my email newsletter and get a free beginner blues improv lesson. This improv lesson is designed for beginners and can be learned quickly so that kids can start jamming right away. Click the button below to subscribe and get the free blues improv lesson.