This worksheet reinforces finding C, D, and E on the keyboard as well as asks students to recognize quarter notes and half notes. This sheet is a little more advanced. It asks students to recognize C, D, and E on the treble clef and recognize quarter, half, and whole notes. I hope you enjoy theseContinue reading “Freebie Friday! More Color-by-Note worksheets”
I’m constantly on the prowl for free downloads of basic music theory worksheets to supplement my students’ own theory workbooks. Here’s my current list: Fun and Learn Music: This website has about 30 or so free worksheets geared for elementary students. Areas include generic interval training, rhythm, whole steps/half steps, hand and finger recognition, flatsContinue reading “Hey Teachers! Check out these free music theory resources (Part I)”
Finding new ways to get your music heard!
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 theContinue reading “Free Ear Training Worksheet for Beginning Students”
I have a few students that struggle with reading bass clef despite being at an intermediate level of proficiency technically. To help the boost their bass clef reading skills, I’ve rewritten this Czerny etude from the Little Pianist in only bass clef. It seems to be helping. Here is a copy of the original etudeContinue reading “Bass Clef Focus: Czerny Op. 823 Rewritten”