Rock, Paper, Scissors Composition
Are you ready for an epic Rock, Paper, Scissors battle but with a musical twist? Have fun playing Rock, Paper, Scissors with a family member or #flutefriend, but instead of winning "best of" so many games, together you'll write the winning rhythms in the composition chart to compose your own song!!
Looking for ways to continue playing?! Have fun playing your composition in your hands, on your body, with rhythm instruments (pasta boxes make great shakers!), on your headjoint, and on your flute. Give each hand sign a note name and play Rock, Paper, Scissors again to create a melody!
Have fun and don't forget to tag us in your photos with the hashtag #fluteplaylove so we can join in on all the #littleflutefun!
Born in Ontario, Stéphanie has lived in 5 provinces coast to coast and has been making music across Canada for decades. She holds Bachelor's degrees in Music Performance and Music Education from the University of Saskatchewan and completed her Master's degree in Flute Performance from the University of Toronto. Stéphanie is a new mama, enjoys her coffee with a hint of maple syrup, sports hot pink lip stick [her favourite colour!], and enjoys baking homemade chocolate chip cookies for her students & family. As Founder & Lead Educator of FlutePlay, Stéphanie strives to make music more accessible to families by encouraging wind instruments from a young age. Her favourite thing about teaching little flutes? The combination of creativity & physical activity makes learning music a whole lot of fun. To read more about Stéphanie and her flute studio, please visit her website: www.stephaniesuperle.com