5 Ways To Learn To Read Notes On The Staff
January 25, 2016
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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