Music for a Royal Wedding | May 2011
from the What's New! Newsletter Index
With all the excitement about the royal wedding I decided to add a piece from Prince William and Catherine's musical program to the MMF! free sheet music collection. Jerusalem, composed by Sir Hubert Parry for the coronation of Edward VII in 1907, is now available for easy piano. Enjoy!
Jerusalem for Easy/Level 3 Piano
It's Note Name Month!
This month is note name month. It's not an official thing or anything, I just thought it would be a great idea. This newsletter will point you to the note name worksheets and activities on MMF! as well as a few of my favorite online note naming resources. I'll follow with a few of the new and updated resources.
Let's make this month the month our students become note name masters!
Free Printable Worksheets
Here's an assortment of the worksheets available on MMF! You can check out the rest by visiting the Free Music Theory Worksheets Index.
Color That Note! Note Name Worksheets
Grab your crayons and color your way to success! Complete this worksheet by first choosing 5 crayons. Color each of the first 5 whole notes with a different color. Then complete this worksheet by naming each note correctly and by coloring each note the same color as it was colored at the top of the worksheet.
Color That Note! Worksheet Treble Clef/C Position
Color That Note! Worksheet Bass Clef/C Position
Color That Note! Worksheet Treble Clef/G Position
Color That Note! Worksheet Bass Clef/G Position
Ready, Set, Go! Note Name Speed Tests
Our Ready, Set, Go! note name speed test is a race-against-the-clock activity worksheet. Challenge students to develop speed and accuracy in their note naming with this free worksheet.
Ready, Set, Go! Worksheet Treble Clef/C Position
Ready, Set, Go! Worksheet Bass Clef/ C Position
Ready, Set, Go! Worksheet Treble Clef/G Position
Ready, Set, Go! Worksheet Bass Clef/G Position
I Thought That I Was Crazy Note Name Worksheet
Here's a chance to read a funny poem and learn your note names at the same time. Some of the words in this poem are spelled out with music notes instead of alphabet letters. Figure out what the note names are and write them in the blanks below the notes to solve the puzzle.
I Thought That I Was Crazy Note Name Worksheet Treble Clef
Free Printable Note Name Flash Cards
Treble Clef Flash Cards
Bass Clef Flash Cards
Viola Clef Flash Cards
Free Printable Note Name Concentration Game
Treble Clef Concentration Game
Bass Clef Concentration Game
Viola Clef Concentration Game
Online Note Name Activities
Eek! Shark! | Music Theory Arcade Game Note Names
ClassicsforKids.com | Note Name Game
MusicTheory.net | Note Trainer (Flash Version)
More Cool Stuff...
Chuck E. Cheese Practice Certificate
Looking for a way to motivate your students to practice? Chuck E. Cheese has just the thing. Print the music certificate, practice for 14 days, and get rewarded with 10 FREE arcade game tokens!
Magical Musician Calendar
Enhanced MMF! Resources
Improvements are being made all the time. Here are just a few.
Brahms Lullaby for Easy Piano - Edited and Added Fingerings
Beethoven's Fifth for Easy Piano - Edited and Added Fingerings
John Kanaka Leadsheet - Edited and Reformatted
Johannes Brahms | Homeschool Music Lesson Plans - More questions that help develop higher order thinking skills (analysis and evaluation), and more help for mom.
Want to know more about higher order thinking skills? Check out Critical and Creative Thinking - Bloom's Taxonomy at Teacher Tap.
Thanks for your interest in our resources,
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