Sometimes I find that introducing note names to students are a little more effective with extra worksheets - eg. naming and writing notes. Here's the first worksheet that focuses on treble clef C, D and E notes. And yes, using flashcards as well as apps on iPhone and iPad do help as well. Some note reading apps that my students have particularly enjoyed playing (and I get the extra note drill in without them realizing) includes Flash Note Derby, Note Rush and Treble Works. Do you have any additional favorites to share?
Continuing from the Step/Skip worksheet in Part 1, this next worksheet focuses on Skips (3rd). Students will learn to identify musical alphabets (both skipping up and down the stairs) as well as identifying skipped notes (line to line or space to space).
Note from June...
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