Creative Story Compositions: Musical Decades (Reproducible)
Music Educator Resources
Go back in time and create a fun musical story composition exploring the 1920's all the way to the future!
⭐ This resource is included inside the practice incentive program, Jukebox Journey
⭐ This is a studio/classroom license which means it is reproducible. Use with all your students!
For an inside look at what Creative Story Music Compositions is all about you will want to watch this video...
The purpose of the creative story compositions is to kickoff the composition process in a creative way. There are 3 options to choose from. All 3 ways students are encouraged to create a short story along the way. Above the staff, there is a blank space to write in their story. Blank composition pages for both story and music notation is included when it’s time to pull it all together.
Students have 3 options:
2) Create a sound story
3) Notate their story
Video option! Students can record their narration and music and add it to the moving slides.
Want to see some student samples of the video option? In these 4 samples, from FaLaLaLaLa, students created their story round robin style. (Each student added to the story). Then I gave them the option to turn it into a sound story, add music or a mix of both. You will notice that each group did something different.
I have included several different versions, including a melody line idea version (similar to what you would see in vocal explorations) if they just have no idea how to start. Depending what students want to do, you can choose appropriately.
I also included b/w options as well as off staff options. The B/W pages make fun coloring pages too. Bind them together for an end of the year storybook composition keepsake!