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Students learn all eleven of the most common tempos using symmetry, logic, a little knowledge of Italian and a bit of guessing that develops bravery
Daily Do with Do Re Mi Cards
Daily Do is written with do re mi cards in a vertical position like the musical staff
Danish Zoo Match - Notes and Rests
Students recognize the difference between 13 single notes, 5 rests and 18 groupings of notes in a slow-paced game.
Whole & Half Steps
By walking, listening and writing half steps on Paper Pianos, students learn the two terms whole steps and half steps
Major and Minor Thirds Fiesta on Paper Pianos
Students create many sizes of thirds (B D F A C E G or ti re fa la do mi so) on paper pianos. They learn that intervals spelled in thirds are thirds no matter how many half steps they contain.
For young children to practice writing the ascending musical alphabet
Daily Do - Adding Minor Section
Let's finish "Daily Do"! This game gives all the steps to complete "Daily Do" plus three more variations.
Blue Jello Cards - Set 1 (Continuing)
Continue to improve the ability to keep a steady beat, to perform Blue Jello rhythms and hand signs, and to think and look ahead.
The Itsy Bitsy Spider
To begin understanding scales, students learn the natural half steps EF and BC (mi fa and ti do)