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For young children to practice writing the ascending musical alphabet
"Daily Do" Adding the Minor Section
Let's finish "Daily Do"! This game gives all the steps to complete "Daily Do" plus Skill Builders #5–7
Dynamics You Can Hear
Identify dynamics visually and with the body positions while listening to or playing music
Madrid Match – Notes and Rests
Without taking turns, students sort identical cards into piles
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"
Students learn the natural half steps EF and BC (mi fa and ti do) to begin understanding scales
"Hello Grand Staff"
To identify the components of the grand staff, students and teachers sing an ascending and descending major scale
Tempos in First Steps
During First Steps, students are experiencing tempos in their musical experiences, learning names and associating tempo names with different tempos.
Major and Minor Thirds
Students use "The Itsy Bitsy Spider" song to learn the difference between a major third (itsy bitsy spider) and a minor third (itsy bitsy spi).