*Six ukulele rules to print for display on your bulletin board, wall space or board.
* Ukulele diagram
* Printable chord diagrams
These rules will reinforce good ukulele habits as well as brighten up your music space! Just print on cardstock and laminate to re-use every year.
This series of exercises is appropriate for choirs, instrumental groups, and music theory classes. They feature a wide variety of time signatures, rhythmic attacks and inflections, and dynamics. Whether you use these exercises as a warm-up activity or as an assessment, these exercises will improve
This is a labeled version of my piano image. It covers two octaves plus a third, and has the black keys labeled with both sharps and flats. This is very useful for teaching enharmonics. Be sure to check out my Introduction to the Piano powerpoint!
This is a paper I use with my students for melody reading using the Japanese folk song Sakura. It begins on A and is easily playable on the recorder in A minor pentatonic. The top of the paper has letters in boxes representing the notes for those students who are not reading music on the staff or
This is a set of two tables of notes and rests - whole, half, quarter, and eighth - laid out by name, number of beats, and what I have the students say when reading rhythms together. I find this important to get the distinction between the name of the note and the word/syllables used when reading r
19 Songs Kid's Love for 2-Octave Diatonic Boomwhackers: This collection of easy to intermediate arrangements for Boomwhackers is intended to be used with a standard diatonic C-scale set on the top staff and a second set with octavator caps (or the larger, lower-octave set) playing the bottom staff.