Throwback Thursday Shamrock Rhythms
Music theory game for students to review 6\8 and 4\4 time signatures.

Scroll to the end to download the game. Shamrock Rhythms is a super-fast game where students draw a card with a missing rhythm value in the measure. Then the student places the card next to the correct note on the game board. This game has been around a long time and I’m reposting it today […]

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2019 One Minute Club Cards

It’s that time of the year! ⌛️ The One Minute Club is an incentive to “say and play” notes on the grand staff in one minute or less. This is the activity I do each year so students learn how to quickly find notes on the piano keys. Once they can do it, I give […]

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Draw Notes on an iPad and You Can Also Print Them!

Today’s Throwback Thursday features a set of worksheets to help students learn how to draw notes using an iPad or other mobile tablet. There are so many apps available for mobile devices that you can use your favorite. I have presented sessions at numerous workshops to demonstrate how to use Notability (for the iPad) and […]

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Candy Heart Treble Notes
Candy Heart Treble Notes is a cute music theory worksheet for beginning music students to match notes on the treble clef to the correct note name.

♥Scroll down to open Candy Heart Treble Notes♥ A few days ago I landed on a non-music website for classroom teachers that was bemoaning the use of worksheets as non-educational busy work. It said that some teachers pass out packets of worksheets instead of doing their job and actually teaching the subject. Music teachers don’t […]

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Valentine Composing Activity for Beginners
This cute valentine composing activity for beginners will help your students have fun while they learn to compose their own melody.

Scroll down for this free Valentine composing activity. Today’s Throwback Thursday features a really easy composing activity that has been on my site forever! A few years ago I remade it so this is the updated version. Here is the post with some directions on how to teach a beginning composing activity:  Some years ago […]

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Candy Heart Bass Notes
Candy Heart Bass Notes is a cute music theory worksheet for beginning music students to match notes on the bass clef to the correct note name.

Scroll down to open Candy Heart Bass Notes If you follow my blog, you know that I’ve been on a “candy heart” theme for the last few weeks. Imagine my surprise when I read that the candy hearts we’ve used for years would not be available this year. Would that make my worksheets obsolete in […]

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