Today I am posting a set of interval worksheets for your students. They are fun to use in the summer because they feature treats that students enjoy in warm weather. Click on the name below each picture to print these worksheets. In Counting Intervals, below, beginning students learn how to count lines and spaces to discover how intervals are named.
In Ice Cream Intervals, students will write the music alphabet using seconds, thirds, fourth, and fifths. This will be easier if students write the music alphabet on a blank sheet of paper as a guide.
In Identify Intervals, students will place a check on the ice cream cone next to the correct interval. Check out all the free worksheets in the Summer Treats series at this link.
Sheet Music Sale
[This sale is over.] If you’re looking for some music for your students, I’m having a sale for four more days on four pieces of elementary and late elementary sheet music. To see them go to my store here. These are pieces I’ve used with my own students. They are “easy, sound hard pieces”, or music you can partly teach by rote. However, each piece has some challenge to improve their skills. Some of these have been posted before, but they are all updated in various ways and newly engraved to make them easier to read. Get them before they go back up!