Teach or reinforce rhythm with this free piano composition worksheet for beginners.
Most of the song uses quarter notes. At the end of each line, kids can choose what rhythm to use. If they are thankful for a one syllable word, they choose the half note. If they’re thankful for a two syllable word, they choose the two quarter notes.
For example, if you choose the C scale, you can use any key from that scale. Great experience for budding composers!
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