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    Crazy Keys - A Whole and Half Step Game. For my piano students, perhaps?

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    The anatomy of the upright piano. I always have kids asking me about what's in the piano and how it works

    This is an explanation with examples of how major and minor chords are constructed using tones/whole steps and semitones/half steps. The explanation is followed by FOUR theory worksheet to test students' understanding. Answer sheets are provided for TWO of the worksheets

    many piano lesson games to reinforce principles...also free printables

    Paraphrasing is a difficult skill to master. These bite-sized paragraph task cards can make it easier. Comes with sample answer key and a PARAphrase It! poster. $

    Key Signature Worksheets: one for all major key signatures and one for all minor key signatures. Answer sheet included. $

    Teach your music class to play The Blues in different keys with backing tracks. #musedchat #musiceducation

    Cool idea to teach kids white key names - this is cute!

    Musical Truth or Dare Flashcards - naming/playing keys, notes, sharps/flats, etc. - cards available for 3 levels

    Color the Piano Keys sheet from The Plucky Pianista

    4 steps for kids to understand why they are apologizing

    Great idea: Rhythm pizza demonstrates the relationships of whole, half, quarter, and eighth notes. Also a good way to incorporate math in the music classroom.

    How to Teach Children to Sing in 10 Steps.

    symbol review game

    Cup rhythm games for music class and piano lessons! www.composecreate...

    Music and Drama Teachers: Save your recital and other programs and showcase them in a tabbed book. Step-by-step instructions.

    My piano students love this game.

    Create a classroom community is key to a successful year! I might add a part that says "i promise" be safe, be respectful, be responsible

    make some of these to review key signatures with

    "I would teach children music, physics, and philosophy; but most importantly music, for the patterns in music and all the arts are the keys to learning." - Plato