101 Ideas for Piano Group Class
This interactive, practical book for teachers not only contains creative ideas for group classes, but also includes mental energizers, room for notes, and brainstorming concepts for planning personalized group classes. It is divided into three sections: Part I lays the foundation for the educational philosophy behind group learning, Part II focuses on ideas for piano group classes, and Part III discusses teaching piano students with special needs.
Music Mind Games
This clever training aid is found to be indispensable by many teachers. Moving the note up and down the grand staff commands instant and complete attention as it demonstrates the basic note reading concepts of direction and distance. Random note position (31 notes at your finger tip) teaches rapid note recognition. Best results are obtained through the use of daily drills as outlined in the instruction book “Five Minutes A Day”
The Big Book of Music Games
Brimming with active learning games and reproducible board games, this resource offers a wealth of materials that strengthen basic music concepts and reading skills. Through these games students have opportunities to practice identifying notes,rests, and other commonly used symbols as well as notes on the treble and bass clef staffs. In addition, students learn facts about famous composers with trivia games and identify familiar instruments through bingo games.
Music Note Finder by Wright-Way
The Wright-Way Note Finder is a rather nifty vinyl-covered board with a simple string-winding handle mechanism that moves the black plastic note smoothly and easily up and down the grand staff. The booklet “Five Minutes a Day” is included, and provides exercises and suggestions for use, illustrated with charming graphics. Great for all music students, and especially good for piano students.
Notes & Strings Violin 1st Position 2″X2.5″ Mini-On-A-Ring Size Laminated Flashcards
These 32 bright fashcards are color coded by string. One side has a note and the reverse side has the noteCs name and an illustration of how to play that note in FIRST POSITION on the VIOLIN. Made by Notes & Strings since 1986.
Essential Elements Guitar Flash Cards: 96 Cards for Beginning Guitar Cards
(Essential Elements Guitar). Hal Leonard’s top-selling comprehensive method for band and strings is also available for guitar! These handy 5 x 8 flash cards help students learn material taught in the method book. Concepts covered include: music symbols, musical terms, notes on each string, keys and scales, guitar chords and more!
Music Flash Cards – Set a: Hal Leonard Student Piano Library
(Educational Piano Library). 120 color-coded cards to learn basic musical symbols, all notes from low ledger C to high ledger C, and rhythm patterns in 4/4 and 3/4. Also includes cards that focus on recognition of steps and skips on the staff. International cards are also included (crotchet, semibreve, minim etc.).
Alfred’s Essentials of Music Theory Software, Version 2.0: Complete Educator Version, Software
Alfred’s Essentials of Music Theory Software Complete covers all of the material in the Student Book Complete (Volumes 1-3, item 00-17234) and includes narration of new concepts, animation, exercises, games and ear-training with recordings of a variety of acoustic instruments to motivate students while strengthening musical skills. The program includes randomized exercises, ear-training and graded reviews for each unit. A complete glossary of terms and symbols with definitions, pronunciations and visual/aural examples is also included.
Music Ace Deluxe
Music Ace Deluxe™ combines 36 of the highlyengaging music lessons from the award-winning Music Ace and Music Ace 2 products into a single,
carefully sequenced product. Designed by music education professionals, Music Ace Deluxe is a comprehensive series of music lessons and games
that teach beginning music students of all ages the basics of music theory, rhythm, pitch, note reading, listening, and the keyboard. No previous musical experience or instrument is required. Under the guidance of animated tutor Maestro Max, students are led through a carefully sequenced series of music lessons.
Alfred’s Essentials of Music Theory Software, Version 2.0, Vol 1: Lab Pack for 30 computers (1 Educator, 29 Students) ($20 for each additional user), Software
Correlating software for the most complete music theory course ever! This all-in-one series includes concise lessons with short exercises, ear-training activities and reviews. Available in two separate volumes or as a complete set, the software includes narration, animated examples and clickable elements for aural reinforcement. Also includes randomized exercises, ear training and review answers. A glossary of all terms and symbols with definitions, pronunciations, and visual and aural examples is also included.