This is a practice in music literacy for beginner kids. The student should name the note and write it on the little cloud.
Hope you'l find it useful)))
Special thanks to Laura Strickland from http://www.mycutegraphics.com/ for her inspirational and
This is the first out of a series of sight-reading worksheets for beginner piano players. I hope it will serve you to help your students with this very important and trickier-than-it-may-seem task of sight-reading. These exercises span one octave
This is an exercise for kids (4-7 y.o.) Use it as a warm-up, or a brush up task, or when you feel like it's time to brighten up your class.
The comments are in 2 languages, English and Turkish. I hope, you'l find it helpful and fun.
This is a coloured version of the Happy Birthday song. Easy to read for beginner kids (4-5 y.o.). You can use it as part of introduction to sight reading or just have fun playing out familiar tune. Hope you'l find it useful:)
Special thanks to Laura
It's an exercise in whole and half notes for little beginners. With this one they can start learning the real names of the note durations. The task in Turkish goes: 'Find half and whole notes and collect the balloons. Let's fly away!'
It's an exercise in quarter note/crotchet and eighth notes. The task in Turkish goes: 'Tell quarter or eight notes and collect the blueberries for a tasty muffin.'
After having done the exercise the student can colour the muffin. Hope you'l find it
It's an exercise in music literacy. The task in Turkish goes: ''Build a spaceship out of the notes you've learned...after you're done color the spaceship and the alien''.
Special thanks to Laura Strickland from http://www.mycutegraphics.com/ for her