Note naming callenges.

This term I am focusing on checking my students' basic understanding of note reading, and making sure everyone has got the idea. Some people need more help in bass clef then treble, but they are still enjoying writing down their best times for these challenges. The...

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Christmas Concert 2012

Well done to everyone who performed at the Christmas concert! Again, we joined together with our friends from buddingmusicians in Dorchester, and had a lovely concert. Here are the performers with their certificates. Thanks everyone for your lovely...

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Musical Fun Activities

Musical fun activities are now online - on the activities page . These should keep you busy over the Summer holidays! There is a musical fun activity sheet which you can print out, and use for your answers, and there is also a quiz, a Name the note quiz, which you can...

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Make a Bar Game

This is a fun set of cards which can be used for lots of activities to do with learning the note values and making rhythms. The make a bar rhythm game can be played with one student - just as an activity, or with 2 or more players. You can print as many sets of the...

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Our Summer Concert!

Well done to everyone who played in our Summer concert. It was a lovely afternoon, and these students won their medals for completing some piano olympic challenges.             Congratulations to everyone who took...

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Naming those notes!

This is not a worksheet this time, but some cards you can cut up and use for games, like timing how quickly you, or your student, can put the notes on the keys of the piano. Or, you could see how many you can do in 2 or 3 minutes. You can also put them on the floor or...

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Dotted Notes

Free music theory worksheets Here is a worksheet explaining dotted notes, which you can print out to fill in. You can also laminate these free music theory worksheets, or put them in a ring binder in plastic wallets and use a dry wipe pen, so they can be used lots of...

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Note values for beginners

Music theory worksheets series. This is a beginner's version of the note values chart. It just has semibreves, minims and crotchets. Click on the link to download it. And remember, for the whole catalogue you can go to music theory worksheets (and charts).            ...

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How to make a minor scale

Continuing in this series of free music theory worksheets, and following on from how to make a major scale, here is how to make a minor scale. There's quite a lot to include on this one, so it's not got everything, but is a handy reference sheet.                ...

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How to make a major scale

Once you know the pattern for a major scale, you can make your own - anywhere! Here is a worksheet to help. If you don't understand tones and semitones, you can look at this earlier worksheet here. The pattern for a major scale                 Download the pdf: how to...

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