Joy at ColorInMyPiano.com came up with this super cute idea for helping kids to learn the names of the keys on the keyboard.
She says, “I gave them each a set of cards with words containing only A-G, a silent keyboard, and three glass gems (pennies or buttons work too). Then I instructed them to “spell” the words from each flashcard by covering the right keys with glass gems…”
You can also play the game at the piano, if you prefer.
Check out the whole post – Spell-A-Keyboard Game – at ColorInMyPiano.com.
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