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I have been a singing and music teacher for twenty years and, although there are some amazing resources out there, sometimes I wanted something slightly different. So, I started creating my own and have listed some of them here. Enjoy!

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I have been a singing and music teacher for twenty years and, although there are some amazing resources out there, sometimes I wanted something slightly different. So, I started creating my own and have listed some of them here. Enjoy!
Reading note names treble clef - basic worksheet
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Reading note names treble clef - basic worksheet

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This is a basic sheet for initial lessons in reading note names on the treble clef stave. It includes the note names at the top for reference and all the notes are within the stave. Each question spells out a word using notes in the treble clef. There is also an answer sheet! This is suitable for whole class music lessons or individual lessons for the ABRSM Grade 5 music theory examination.
Reading note names bass clef - basic worksheet
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Reading note names bass clef - basic worksheet

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This is a basic sheet for initial lessons in reading note names on the bass clef stave. It includes the note names at the top for reference and all the notes are within the stave. Each question spells out a word using notes in the bass clef. There is also an answer sheet! This is suitable for whole class music lessons or individual lessons for the ABRSM Grade 5 music theory examination.
Worksheet pack - from reading note names to identifying major and minor keys
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Worksheet pack - from reading note names to identifying major and minor keys

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These 10 worksheets take you through, step by step, from reading note names to identifying major and minor keys - perfect for ABRSM Grade 5 music theory students and class music lessons for Key stage 2, Key stage 3 and GCSE and A level music. Bumper pack of worksheets: ‘Reading note names - treble clef - basic’, ‘Reading note names - bass clef - basic’, ‘Reading note names Treble and bass clef - Picture matching’, Identifying semitones and tones’, ‘Forming a major scale from the pattern of tones and semitones’, ‘Working out a major key from the key signature with sharps’, ‘Working out a major key from the key signature with flats’, ‘How to work out relative minor keys’, ‘How to work out harmonic minor keys’, ‘How to work out melodic minor keys’. I also have PowerPoints to accompany these worksheets, should you need to do any more explaining, available separately.
Pitch notation basics - reading note names - lesson bundle
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Pitch notation basics - reading note names - lesson bundle

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A PowerPoint to teach the basics of note reading in the treble and bass clef, followed by basic worksheets on reading note names in the treble and bass clef (with answers). This can be used as an introduction to the topic or a quick re-cap. This can be used in classroom lessons or individual music theory lessons for the Grade 5 ABRSM music theory exam.
Pitch notation basics - reading note names treble and bass clef stave - PowerPoint
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Pitch notation basics - reading note names treble and bass clef stave - PowerPoint

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A PowerPoint to teach the basics of note reading in the treble and bass clef, which I would then follow with my worksheets ‘Reading note names bass clef - basic’ and ‘Reading note names treble clef - basic’, available separately or as a bundle on TES. This can be used as an introduction to the topic or a quick re-cap. These are suitable for whole class music lessons or individual lessons for the ABRSM Grade 5 music theory examination.
Musical Intervals 6 - Compound Intervals - worksheet
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Musical Intervals 6 - Compound Intervals - worksheet

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This worksheet accompanies the PowerPoint Musical Intervals 6 - Compound Intervals and follows on from the previous PowerPoints and worksheets. These are useful for class lessons around Music Theory and for those preparing for the ABRSM Grade 5 theory exam. It includes an answer sheet.
Identify a major key from the key signature - sharps and flats - PowerPoint
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Identify a major key from the key signature - sharps and flats - PowerPoint

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This PowerPoint takes you through how to work out a major key from the sharps and flats in the key signature. I would follow this with my worksheets - 'Working out a major key from the key signature with sharp’s and ‘Working out a major key from the key signature with flats’, also available on TES and in a bundle, which give the students a chance to go through some examples. These can be used for whole class music lessons or individual lessons for the ABRSM Grade 5 music theory examination.
Forming a major scale from the pattern of tones and semitone - PowerPoint
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Forming a major scale from the pattern of tones and semitone - PowerPoint

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How to form a major scale following the pattern of tones and semitones - a PowerPoint explaining with examples. I would follow this with my worksheet ‘Forming a major scale with the pattern of tones and semitones’, to help students work it out for themselves, available separately. This can be used for a class music lesson or individual lesson for ABRSM Grade 5 Music theory exam.
Reading Rhythmic Notation 1 - the basics
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Reading Rhythmic Notation 1 - the basics

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This PowerPoint shows the basics of reading rhythmic notation, starting with crotchets and quavers or quarter notes and eighth notes, using ‘Ta‘ and ‘Ti-ti’. You can click the sound icon to hear the rhythms spoken as they are introduced, then there are a few to try by yourself!
Minor Keys - Relative minors, forming harmonic and melodic minor keys - PowerPoint
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Minor Keys - Relative minors, forming harmonic and melodic minor keys - PowerPoint

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A PowerPoint going through how to work out minor keys from their relative major. I use this with my worksheets ‘How to work out relative minor keys - worksheet’, ‘How to work out harmonic minor keys - worksheet’ and ‘How to work out melodic minor keys - worksheet’, also available on TES or as a bundle. These can be used in classroom lessons or individual music theory lessons for the Grade 5 ABRSM music theory exam.
Musical Intervals 6 - Compound Intervals
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Musical Intervals 6 - Compound Intervals

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This PowerPoint is the sixth in a series on Musical Intervals. It explores compound intervals and can be accompanied by my worksheet ‘Musical Intervals 6 - Compound Intervals - worksheet’. This is a useful resource for a lesson on Compound Intervals and can be used in conjunction with the other resources for a unit on Intervals.