My favorite way to use these sheets is as a game in a group class setting. I cut out each line from the worksheets and place them in a box. Students come up one at a time and draw a tune from the box, then sight-read it at the piano. Their classmates then have to name that tune. This game can be done with all age groups, and is a great way to reinforce sight-reading and listening skills.
A few of these songs might be unfamiliar to your students, but you can use this as an opportunity to teach your students about the history of some of our country's most beloved traditional songs.
Click HERE for these free "name that tune" worksheets! You can see the rest of the free resources available on my website HERE.
What do you think? What fun activities do you have planned for your students this summer?