There are so many ways to teach kids to read music. Some teachers believe mnemonics is the way to go, while others support the tried-and-true flash card method.
I think Trevor from TeachPianoToday.com said it best when he wrote:
The truth is… everyone is right and everyone is wrong.
Kids learn differently. What works for one child, doesn’t work best for another.
Check out their awesome full post – 5 Ways To Recognize One Note – How To Read Notes On The Staff – at TeachPianoToday.com
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