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Key Signature Chart


Key Signature Chart

(SP506)

Level: Early Intermediate

Type: Teaching Aids

Sub-type: Theory Aids

This chart has moved to the Teaching Aids page..... (More)

Traveling Triads


Traveling Triads

(SP507)

Level: Intermediate

Type: Teaching Aids

Sub-type: Theory Aids

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This poster/worksheet is to help students learn how to identify inverted chords. Print it out in card stock and either laminate it, cover in clear plastic, or put it in a sheet protector. Have the student fill in the examples with a dry erase marker. .... (More)

Inverting Triads


Inverting Triads

(SP508)

Level: Intermediate

Type: Teaching Aids

Sub-type: Theory Aids

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This is another poster in my humorous series about triads. This poster shows how triads move into 1st and 2nd inversion and uses humor to help students remember the word "inversion ... (More)
Inverting Triads in the Bass Clef


Inverting Triads in the Bass Clef

(SP509)

Level: Early Intermediate

Type: Teaching Aids

Sub-type: Theory Aids

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This is the next poster in the inverting triads series. It uses humor to show students how to play chords in first and second inversion. You can laminate these posters and use a dry erase marker to write in the fingerings. Students will learn the fingeri ... (More)
Invert These Triads!


Invert These Triads!

(SP512)

Level: Late Elementary

Type: Teaching Aids

Sub-type: Theory Aids

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Continuing the series with the Noteboys™, this worksheet is for students to draw inversions themselves. If you laminate this, the staff is large enough to use a dry erase marker. ... (More)
NoteBoys: What is a Major Scale?


NoteBoys: What is a Major Scale?

(SP513)

Level: Late Elementary

Type: Teaching Aids

Sub-type: Theory Aids

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This is another theory poster featuring my NoteBoys, BlueBoy, RedBoy, and GreenBoy. The poster uses humor to explains the whole and half step pattern for major scales.

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How to Play a Lead Sheet in One Easy Lesson


How to Play a Lead Sheet in One Easy Lesson

(SP514)

Level: Early Intermediate

Type: Teaching Aids

Sub-type: Theory Aids

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The NoteBoys Present Roman Numerals


The NoteBoys Present Roman Numerals

(SP516)

Level: Early Intermediate

Type: Teaching Aids

Sub-type: Theory Aids

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Join the infamous NoteBoys as they try in their own humorous way to present Roman numerals. I made this because some students haven.... (More)

Table Top Keyboard


Table Top Keyboard

(SP599)

Level: Elementary

Type: Teaching Aids

Sub-type: Theory Aids

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Major Key Signature Chart (Blank)


Major Key Signature Chart (Blank)

(SP805)

Level: Late Elementary

Type: Teaching Aids

Sub-type: Theory Aids

This file has moved to the Teaching Aids page where you will find black & white and color major and minor key signature charts. .... (More)

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