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Teaching: Staff & Notes
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"I'm a Note" Lines and Spaces
Sing a cute song to learn the difference between musical lines and spaces
"Hello Grand Staff"
To identify the components of the grand staff, students and teachers sing an ascending and descending major scale
Tracing Clefs – GGG and FFF
Students trace the clefs in a direction that ends on the clef lines. Little animals trace the lines while riding on magic notes.
Add magic notes to melodic bingo cards under repeated notes to make a Mickey Mouse
Step Up, Step Down
Use the Rainbow Xylophone in a fresh way for students to make steps up and down themselves
Tracing Clefs – Alto and Tenor Clefs
Students learn how interrelated notes and clefs are by moving the clefs (treble, bass, alto and tenor) up or down. Music Mind Games materials make it simple to understand.
These Five C's
Students learn the symmetrical 5 C's on the grand staff, making it easy to connect and learn the bass and treble clefs
We're the Grand Nine
After students learn the Grand Nine notes they will be able to name ALL the notes on the grand staff
Students place clefs, magic notes in do re mi colors, and grand staff cards on the single clef staff slate to represent the open strings. They play these open strings on their instruments