This is a fun song that I learned from Christopher Robertson that he used at a ROCKE workshop in 2003. It's a great song for do and practicing the so-do interval.
Here's the song:
Here the words are compared to the beat:
Here the rhythm is represented iconically:
Here's a quarter rest preparation slide in which ta and ti-ti have replaces the text:
And here's a quarter rest practice slide:
Like I mentioned above, I use this song to practice do in the so-do interval. Here are the melodic slides:
I created solfa ladders that can be used in conjunction with the melodic slides of the PowerPoint or for do-mi-so-la practice:
And, finally, here's a quick assessment. I print out these cards, cut them along the dotted lines and the students put the song in order.
You can download this file at my Teacher Pay Teachers store. Be sure to check my store tomorrow for a free file of "Auld Lang Syne"!