Effective for middle school chorus or beginning high school choir
♫ Save your voice and save your time! NO PREP. Print and teach it with a worksheet.
♫ Great way to review the basics of music notation without having to use your voice. Have your students read the questions out loud and use what I call the "legal blurt out" system to fill in the answers. The handy word bank makes this super easy.
♫ Don’t assume all your students perfectly recall all the basics of music notation. Have all your students review every year with this worksheet. I designed this for grades 6-8, but beginning high school chorus students need to know this as well.
♫ TEACHER ANSWER KEY INCLUDED.
♫ Great Sub Activity
♫ Take off the word bank and use this as a PRE-ASSESSMENT.
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♫ Happy singing to you!
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