Introducing - Copy&Go - the perfect font for all your music lessons.
Make your teaching life easy with this stick notation music font. Works in any publishing program including Word, Powerpoint, Publishers, Pages, Keynote, ActivInspire etc...
Easily set up tracing activities for all your music lessons. Perfect for beginning rhythmic activities where the rhythm has just been introduced or for those students who need a little extra help with writing activities.
Fantastic for worksheets & IWB activities where you can easily type all your rhythms with beat lines already attached! With one simple key stroke all your rhythms will be aligned with beat lines, time signatures and you will be able to create fantastic looking worksheets for you classes in no time at all. (If you would like no beat lines you are looking for the heyprestoproductions.com font - Trace It also for sale at my TpT store!)
Exactly the same features as - Beatz but every character contains beat lines!
- stems up and stems down
- taa-aa (too-oo with extra line to show the sound lasts for 2 beats)
- bar lines, accent, double bar lines, repeat bar
- time signatures
- fill in time signatures
- metre heart beats (little black heart and little clear heart to show heavy & light beats)
- compound time rhythms & corresponding time signatures
- mystery rhythm for IWB
- blank circle, heart, star & line
If you would like to use this in your own commercial use products please purchase a commercial use license for $10.00 on the TpT store. This covers all the Eazy Stix Notation fonts. If you have any questions please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
NB: Please make sure you know how to download and install a font PRIOR to purchasing. Installation guides have been included in this download and you can also access a FAQ from dafont.com
- There is no customer support for font installation.
Please visit www.heyprestoproductions.com for more fun ideas in your music classrooms!
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Thanks so much, Lisa