Music theory - BORING - many would say. Well our books use puzzles, quizzes and games to reinforce and consolidate learning. The kids love them.
“To watch a previously unmotivated child go through page by page and book by book with enjoyment and gaining confidence is very gratifying-so thank you very much for your help!” - Teacher
|National Curriculum Resource|
Rhythmic notation for schools for the National Curriculum music Programme of Study September 2013. Photocopiable Rhythm Sheets and Activity Ideas for Schools.
Without practice there can be no progress, which is disheartening to all - pupil, teacher and parent. Direct your pupils between lessons with our Practice Notebook and give your parents ideas on how best to encourage and stimulate their child's musical development at home with our little booklet 'My child won't practise!'
|Grade & Multi-packs|
Savings can be had by buying Grade Sets of 'Music Fun' and Multi-packs of our Practice Notebooks and Parent Guide.
One of the best ways children learn is through games. Our Compendium of music activities provides many games your pupils can play thereby helping them to reinforce their understanding of theory. There are two offerings one WITH a card storage wallet and the other WITHOUT this wallet.
Learning an instrument is, by it's nature, a practical process. A great musician is one that has an intimate relationship with their instrument and knows how to make it perform to their fingertips or lips. So alongside teaching your young pupils the art of reading the black dots that dance across the page make sure they get a real sense for how their instrument responds to their touch. 'Can we do another?" brings together many ideas to achieve just this. Whilst some of the activities are piano orientated most of the suggestions given are applicable to any instrument.