These activities and printables will help your students learn to read music and are an engaging introduction to music theory.
These activities are all especially designed for piano teachers, although the giant flashcards are great for classroom and all can be used in the home. From games as simple as teaching the letter names on the piano, to our popular piano chord wheel teaching how to build I, IV, and V7 chords, there's sure to be something in this pack to add to your teacher's tol box. Each activity is fast-paced and only take a few minutes to play, making them great for supplemental use during music lessons as well as a quick and fun way to reinforce music with your own children.
These bass and treble flashcard printables are huge! 8.5" x 11", big enough for classroom use. They are also a fun alternative to traditional flashcards during studio use. Arranging them from small to big on the floor and sing the scale together is a fun activity my students have really enjoyed.
Practice identifying your key signatures with these 8.5" x 11" flashcards. Many printer settings allow you to print multiple pages on a page, which gives you lots of size options.
This printable makes it easy to teach and learn I, IV, and V7 chords in any key with a simple spin of the wheel. This has easily been our most popular printable!
This giant piano printout and accompanying mini-manipulatives come with many suggested activities for play. There are tiny bass and treble clef flashcards and large whole notes labeled with letter names.
This large ear-training board is simply a large, two-measure melody space on the base and treble clef. If laminated, it will work a white-board for use with a washable marker for repeated use. You can also use pennies, class pebbles or buttons to represent notes. Play on a real piano and let your students place the manipulative on the space that they hear. There are endless ways to use this simple printout- make it a staple in your teacher's toolbox!
These activities will help your child or student learn to read music in a fun and engaging way. The games are: