I encourage you to have your student compose based on a pentascale. That way they reinforce the scale and develop their own sense of tonality. Just have them place their hand on the scale you’re currently teaching and then write the finger numbers in the ice cream scoops.
Kids can also draw on this worksheet to create the perfect ice cream sundae. You can get them excited about the activity when you first present it if you begin by asking them what their favorite ice cream toppings are. When they get home they can draw the toppings on the bowl of ice cream and even color the ice cream to look like their favorite flavor.
Go ahead and print this piano composition worksheet and help your students become confident creators at the keys!
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