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Ferris Wheel Match Up-Treble Clef notes

This is an excellent game to practice a student’s treble clef notes. One of my students last spring needed to review her treble clef notes so I created this game with this goal in mind. I love how simple and short this game is, but how useful it is in reviewing or solidifying music notes. It is an easy game to add in just a few quick minuets at the end of a lesson.  (For directions please download the file)

 

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Catching Bugs-Learning C and G

When working with very young students I have found it beneficial to drill just a few notes at a time.  I like to make sure a student knows a few notes well before adding more notes. So I decided to design games with just the notes I wanted to drill.  Some of these games are designed to correspond to what students are learning in their method books, while some of the games I designed were for a student who was struggling with a particular ‘set’ of notes..

 

I personally enjoy using a combination of  landmark notes and intervals to teach reading.  Catching Bugs was designed to drill the important landmark notes of middle C and landmark G .

I like to use gems to cover the bugs when they draw the corresponding note.  You can find colored gems such as these at any craft store.  For full instructions please download the file. Make sure you print the game files in Landscape mode. Enjoy!

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Welcome to Music Teaching Adventures.  My goal is to pass along many of the resources I have created or ideas I have used in lessons.  I hope you find something that is helpful with your own students and enjoy using them.  Over the next few months I hope to continually add more resources so keep checking back!

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