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Spybot is a mysterious sounding piece in A minor at the elementary or late elementary level, depending on how fast it’s played! A spybot is a robot that is capable of creeping around and spying on things. The music starts off with simple staccato quarter notes as the spybot is casually snooping around. But on the second page the music suddenly changes to eighth notes as the spybot discovers something interesting or maybe even dangerous! This is an opportunity for students to use their imagination to tell a musical story. What is the spybot looking for? What happens when the music speeds up? This piece is good for poor readers because it can be taught by rote, and it gets them playing!

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This is a studio license, so a single teacher can make unlimited copies.

Spybot is an 4-page PRINTABLE PDF file measuring 8.5 x 11 inches. The file includes the 3-page score and a color cover which is optional to print. If you do not want to print the cover, set your printer to print pages 2 -4 only. Please double-check the email you use as well as your PayPal account email, so your file will be sent to the  correct email. Your completed file will be found in your account. It will also be emailed to you. Once you have downloaded your file, you may print it yourself or use a print shop of your choice. Please note that this listing does not include a physical item. If you do not receive your file soon after you place your order, check the email address on your PayPal account and the email address you use on this site. If you still can’t find it, get in touch with me. Thank you.

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2 reviews for Spybot

  1. Mary Tunnell

    My late elementary students love playing this piece. It is a good staccato note study and is fun to play.

  2. Sheryl Stam

    I have had several students use this piece. They love it!

    • Susan Paradis

      Sheryl, I’m glad to hear that. It is a fun way to get some 8th note practice!

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