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No-Prep Guided Music Reading
Your first ready-to-teach resource leads the teacher and students through a logical, engaging music reading sequence. No lengthy prep time is required. Directions are embedded directly into the PowerPoint presentation.
Don’t use PowerPoint? No problem. This presentation is fully compatible with Google Slides.
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Your First Easy-To-Use No-Prep Resource
Lesson builds music concepts and skills through iconic reading, which leads to kinesthetic practice with hand signs, which leads to standard notation.
Lesson teaches movable Do and is sung in 3 different keys. Key changes become a simple concept when taught early and taught consistently.
Take-home worksheets may be used for practice and/or assessment. Complete the short pages at school and share learning at home.
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