Do You Want To Build A Snowman?

I can’t ever recall a time when I’ve had so many requests for the same music from virtually all of my students.  Disney’s film Frozen  and it’s incredibly catchy music has captivated every kid I know.  And especially since the songwriters live in my neighborhood!

I’ve taught Let it Go (you can see my easy arrangement here) so many times that I’ve had to try to restrict how many play it at the recital.  (Boy that would be tough to sit through!)

Here’s something that is perfect for a young 5 year old girl, Do You Want To Build A Snowman?  I’ve greatly simplified it for my student Stella, and now you can teach it to your kids.

I’ve used colored note-heads as per my color system.  For those of you who have gone through my 2 iPad piano books Play Piano For Kids Volume 1 and 2, you are ready to play this!  So congratulations on this bonus song.

If you prefer, just print it out in black and white for traditional notation.  It’s shortened and because eighth notes are scary to some little kids, I’ve doubled the note values for the most part.

You can download this sheet music as part of our Musicolor Method™ Training Course.

For educational purposes only.  You can purchase the full official sheet music here.



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  • Just wanted to say thank you so much for posting this! One of my students has only had a few lessons but has been begging for Frozen music and this is just what I needed for her! Thank you.

    1. You are most welcome Sarah. Let me know if there are other songs that everyone is asking for.

  • is there any way you can make a beginner version of let it go? i’ve tried looking online but they are all very complicated for beginners

    1. Hi Msosa, thanks for your comment. I’ve just created a version of the intro only and will be posting it soon. As I get further I’ll update the rest.

  • People who teach kids with colours should are lazy and immoral. These kids are learning how to enter data, not how to be musicians.

    1. That’s some pretty harsh judgement Erin. If you read through my other posts, you’ll see there is a method involved here that doesn’t rely on just staying at this level forever. It’s a fast introductory step that enables me to teach pre-literate kids, who can’t read words yet, but can already play music. By the time they reach 5 or 6, they are reading notes on a staff in black and white with no colors on the keys. I hope you take the time to understand.

  • Hi ! Really appreciate this. Thanks a lot for the help !
    My petits students will be very happy

    1. Glad to help – let me know what your biggest challenge in teaching kids piano is. I’m looking for how to help other music teachers in the best way I can.
      -best Andrew

  • I’m confused and don’t see the song files to download?