Pop Composition

This is a fun cut and paste activity to assess your students composition skills at ANY LEVEL! These 50 Pop composition activities are designed to be a life long tool, as the rhythms, staff, and time signatures range in difficulty as you progress from page 1 to page 50.

Directions:

Step 1. Compose.

Students will be given a popsicle with a top section, and a bottom section. The top section provides them the rhythms, & rhythm values they must use for their composition. The rhythms range in difficulty from page 1 to 50. Students must then use the rhythms prompted in the top section for their composition below. Treble and Bass clef Pops are provided.

Step 2. Color & Cut.

Students may then color the outline of their Pop Composition. Once they finish coloring, they should cut out the popsicle as a whole.

Step 3. Glue.

Students then glue a popsicle stick to the back, bottom of the popsicle cut out. These are perfect decorations to be hung on bulletin boards inside or outside your classroom, to show & give ownership for students and their progress!

Rhythms (From easy to hard)

1- Whole, Half, & Quarter Notes

2- Whole, Half, Quarter, & Eighth Notes

3- Whole, Half, Quarter, Eighth, & Sixteenth Notes

4- Dotted Whole, Whole, Dotted Half, Half, Dotted Quarter, Quarter, Eighth & 5- Sixteenth notes

5- Dotted Whole, Whole, Dotted Half, Half, Dotted Quarter, Quarter, Eighth & 5- Sixteenth notes AND Dotted Whole, Whole, Dotted Half, Half, Dotted Quarter, Quarter, Eighth & 5- Sixteenth Rests.

Time Signatures

4/4, 3/4, 2/4, 6/8 (for all Rhythm difficulties Above)

Treble & Bass Clef Options are Included for all.

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