As simple and fun as a color-by-number, the students will use the key at the bottom of the page and identify musical symbols: Quarter note, half note, quarter rest, whole note, and eighth-notes.
Music printable dice, YES!!! I could make one with notes, another flat/natural/sharp ... this would be great to do for theory this summer! be a great way to practice cello and violin at the same time! :D :D
Flashcards can be a great tool, but when it comes to note reading, they can cause a disassociation between the grand staff and the keyboard…that’s the last thing we want! One way of combatting this is to have students not only tell you the name of the note, but also play the corresponding key. This …
Body Percussion! I love that kids can practice reading icons for music, compose their own body percussion songs and...a few worksheets for subs! Awesome! $