This was my favorite composing activity last year. This worksheet lets you help kids practice writing music on the staff. The activity helps kids in many different ways, so watch this video to learn how to get the most benefits from the exercise.
After you give this to your students, I hope you’ll come back and leave a comment to let me know your favorite student responses. What did they come up with as reasons for Santa getting stuck?
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