Isolated melodic solfege flash cards for practicing do pentatonic. Use these cards in a variety of ways for assessment, ear training, sight-reading, memory work, and more. Perfect for elementary students!
Music staffs for the littlest beginners - 2 lines, 3 lines or 5 lines with dotted or colored guiding lines that make staff notation accessible even for kindergarteners or preschoolers. Use stickers or bingo markers or plain old-fashioned colored
Isolated melodic solfege flash cards using only so, mi, and la. Perfect for Kindergarten through 2nd grade, and anyone early on in the Kodaly sequence. Use these flash cards for a variety of practice activities and assessment.
Flash cards with only solfege letters - s m - for all kinds of sight-reading and ear-training activities. Perfect for K5 or 1st grade classes that are practicing so and mi. Isolate the melodic element with these basic flash cards. The first few
Differentiated printable worksheets that help reinforce understanding of ta, ta-ti (ti-ti), and la, using the familiar song "Snail Snail". Perfect for Kodaly programs! Depending on your sequencing, these worksheets are appropriate for K5-3rd.
These cards are fantastic for introducing your students to 6/8 meter aurally, physically, AND visually!
Each card represents one macro beat in 6/8, divided into 3 micro-beats. Use popsicle sticks (colored ones are fun!) to show where a sound is
Using a song students are usually already familiar with (Hello, Cinderella!), you can help them to see visually that there are three beats in a measure, and that the words "green" and "queen" last for the entire measure. Students will fill in each