Here’s a non-fancy music theory worksheet for students learning the circle of 5ths and their key signatures. It includes only the keys with sharps (i.e. C, G, D, A, E, B, F#, C#).
I will create a follow up worksheet that will include the flat keys sometime in the coming weeks.
Get the free pdf here.
I had my first studio group lesson a while back with a group of girls aged 7- 13. We had seven of us and had a great time.
Here was my lesson plan:
- An introduction game as an icebreaker
- An memory game
- Musical symbol bingo courtesy of Susan Paradis
- Listening worksheet
- Beginning learning about the orchestra workbook
I intend to write more about this in the future, but for now, I just wanted to share my listening worksheet.
You can get the full document here.
If only the school boards and those in control of budgets would agree.
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