Summer Treats Roundup

With summer approaching soon, here is a preview of all the Summer Treats worksheets I’ve made over the years. Some come with black and white versions for students to color. Plus, all the rhythm pages have UK versions which are found on the UK page.

These can be used in summer music camps, in summer lessons to review theory, or at home. They span beginning to late elementary level, with one that reviews dotted quarter notes. It’s a great way to keep students from forgetting the music theory they learned this year!

Many of these are appropriate for an iPad or other tablet, so if you’ve never tried downloading a worksheet to your iPad, give these a try. Notability and NoteAnytime are my favorites because they allow multi-page downloads and have other cool features. The note story pages are a little small, but you can enlarge with area with your fingers. You can find these two apps in the iTunes store. I recommend NoteAnytime (also called MetaMoji) for teachers who use Android and other tablets that are not iPads.

To download the files above, click on each thumbnail. There is a link that will take you to the original blog post. Under each graphic there is a link you can select to download the PDF file to use with your students. Of course all my worksheets are free downloads.

Does anyone have an idea for a good worksheet to add to my Summer Treats collection? It’s been around a while, but every summer I like to add something new. Let me know and I will see what I can do!

Enjoy your summer treats!

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4 Responses to Summer Treats Roundup

  1. Susan Paradis

    You’re welcome, Phyllis.

  2. Triple cone chord matchup or sorting game could be fun. Use triple decker chocolate and vanilla ice cream cones to represent the different black and white key patterns on the piano for chords. For example CF and G are all vanilla but B has vanilla on the bottom with two chocolate scoops. Maybe cutting the worksheet and adapting it to more of a game students could race minute to win it style to match all the ice cream chords with their correct cone key or play a memory matching game.

  3. These look very fun Susan! A great kick off for summer. : )

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