« A Fun Cartoon For Music Teachers | Home | Using Google Interactive’s in the Music Classroom » Flash cards provide a fun and affordable method of teaching exciting new concepts. Whether playing a teacher-led instructional activity or encouraging cooperative learning activities in the classroom, teaching strategies using flash cards enhance memorization in a simple and effective way. Try these creative teaching strategies and fun flash card music games outlined below in your music classroom today.
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Would you like to be able to read music? People seeing sheet music for the first time may get intimidated by all the strange symbols they encounter. Even though it's not rocket science, it does take time and effort to learn how to read music.
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Good for pitch examples, and explanation. Ok for some music creation, also to do with pitch by Jan 28
Great for tempo, basics move very quickly and use American terminology eigth note instead of quaver etc. good up until that though. Pitch was simply but good. Rhythm might be too hard for prep, one and two. Harmony great basic intro. Instruments of the orchestra was good. composing was ok, limited in creativity. Performing was ok playing a song on keyboard by following numbers and colours, music written on a stave but not a real keyboard look to play off. by Jan 28
Has music for the basic most well known nursery rhymes but not all of them. Great Christian children song resource by Jan 28