Throwback Thursday Clover Full of Notes
This rhythm worksheet is for students to work on note values. They draw half notes in the first ring, quarter notes in the middle, and then eighths notes.

The Clover Full of Notes rhythm worksheet is for students to work on note values. They draw half notes in the first ring around the whole notes, quarter notes in the middle leaves, and eighth notes on the outside leaves. If you have ever used Rhythm Pizza, (it’s free) this works on the same concept. […]

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Rhythm Round About
This is a fun board game to teach students rhythm values.

Rhythm Round About Today is Thursday, and that means it’s Throwback Thursday! What better printable to repost than the best board game you can find to help students remember rhythm vocabulary. Plus it is FREE, because I want all children to have joyful piano lessons. I originally posted this in 2011 and it has consistently […]

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Throwback Thursday Simple Sharps and Fearless Flats

Simple Sharps and Fearless Flats Simple Sharps and Fearless Flats are great to help students who are having trouble writing key signatures. Sometimes students are confused or have trouble putting the accidentals on the correct line or space.  A couple of years ago one of my students was struggling on learning how to draw key […]

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We Three Kings in a pre-reading version

We Three Kings Pre-reading This is a pre-reading version of We Three Kings. I am using it with a student who doesn’t have the attention span to do two pages, so I only wrote the first verse and left off the chorus. Maybe you have a student like mine and can use this with her. […]

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