Introducing our Composer Activity Guide: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart for parents and carers of children aged 0-6!
This guide introduces you and your child/ren to Mozart and his works through a simple text for the adults and older children, and two stages of activities for each musical work.
Here's some of the feedback we've been getting so far:
"Easy to understand."
"A great guide and reference point that is so accessible for even those with little musical knowledge."
"A great reference for simplifying and making the music understandable and fun!"
Activities are designed to be able to be adapted for different ages and stages (our youngest tester is 6-months-old, and we hope this product will grow with you and your child)!
This product is currently available as a digital download. How it works:
Purchase the product.
You will receive a link to download.
Print and go!
Return to this blog post to listen to the musical excerpts.
We have heard from our testers that children have expressed interest in writing their own music! We haven't included that exact activity in this guide, but one of our testers was very successful in printing out a page from a score (here's a link to Mozart's "Piano Sonata No. 16" - one of our featured works, and a FREE printable large staff in both black and white and multi-colour versions) for the children to use as inspiration (copying some of the elements they saw in the music into their own design). You will find a similar activity in the second product of our Composer Activity Guide series: Franz Liszt.
We have also had a lot of interest in creating a similar product for early childhood centres/kindergartens/etc., so we are working on this for the future.
We would love to hear your stories and see your pictures of our guide in action!
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At Sound Garden : classical music immersion, we are always adding to our products and resources, with content for all ages and levels of classical music experience!
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Bought the product, or just want to listen to some Mozart? Here's our playlist with all the referenced works!