What Key Should My Song Be In?
Ever wondered what the best key for your song might be? From a practical point of view, the vocal range of your singer will obviously need bearing in mind. But what's the best key for your...
Beg, Borrow, and STEAL
I've been told that this is the teacher's mantra when it comes to resources. Thanks to Pinterest, it is even easier to find other people's fantastic ideas and adapt them for your needs. Original from Crisscross Applesauce in First Grade Original from Teach Thought Original from Rhythm and Glues Original from Eberpolis Original from Orlando…
Worksheets - Homeschool Helper Online
Use these free homeschool printable worksheets to supplement your studies in science, math, language arts, social studies, history, and more.
Not Quite Anchor Charts
So, I absolutely LOVE the anchor charts I've been seeing on blogs and on Pinterest. Apparently, anchor charts are supposed to be minimalistic so as not to confuse the children with extra information and art. Oops! I guess I can't call these anchor charts but I'm pretty proud of my work. They are small because…
The Grand Staff and Ledger Lines of Piano Music - dummies
The grand staff of piano music is simply the treble clef and bass clef joined together with a brace at the far left side. This grand staff (and, yes, it’s really called that) makes it possible for you to read notes for both your right and left hands at the same time. Adding notes in […]
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