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I am a music teacher working with secondary school and primary school students. I am selling useful resources which I know work within a learning situation at a reasonable price.

I am a music teacher working with secondary school and primary school students. I am selling useful resources which I know work within a learning situation at a reasonable price.
The musical element listening mat
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The musical element listening mat

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Invaluable resource for GCSE and advanced learners in KS3. All the elements with clear, more detailed, meanings and descriptions on one A4 sheet. This is helpful when students are learning to describe music as they listen to it. It can be used for a quick, verbal activity, and to give extra support during written listening activities. It can be laminated and handed out, or can be for students to keep for a revision and reference aid.
LEARNING THE TREBLE AND BASS CLEFS
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LEARNING THE TREBLE AND BASS CLEFS

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This worksheet is designed for beginner to intermediate learners. It shows the pitches of the treble and bass clefs on the stave with space underneath for students to learn how to do this themselves. It has the flexibility for you to use in your own way. It is also ideal as a differentiated resource for those who find the concept challenging.
UNDERSTANDING DURATION: NOTE LENGTHS COLLECTION
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UNDERSTANDING DURATION: NOTE LENGTHS COLLECTION

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A set of 5 worksheets to support teaching and learning in understanding note lengths and their rest equivalents. Start with the overview when learning about them, then move on to worksheets and fill in the gaps to consolidate understanding. Great for any part in a lesson to check students understanding, and also good for homework and revision practice.
INSTRUMENTS OF THE ORCHESTRA LISTENING MAT
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INSTRUMENTS OF THE ORCHESTRA LISTENING MAT

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Invaluable resource for all learners when listening to instruments from an orchestra. All 4 sections with the main instruments are listed with a description of the types of timbre to listen for to help identify the different instruments. All on one A4 sheet. This is helpful when students are learning to describe music as they listen to it. It can be used for a quick, verbal activity, and to give extra support during written listening activities. It can be laminated and handed out, or can be for students to keep for a revision and reference aid.
DYNAMICS IN ITALIAN TERMS MATCH UP
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DYNAMICS IN ITALIAN TERMS MATCH UP

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This worksheet is designed for as a revision or recap sheet to consolidate learning in the early stages of understanding. It shows all the information, but mixed up and requires students to draw lines to match the keywords and meanings correctly.
Understanding Duration Bundle - 14 worksheets- learn note lengths and names and be creative
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Understanding Duration Bundle - 14 worksheets- learn note lengths and names and be creative

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A bundle of 14 worksheets focusing on the development of knowledge of note lengths and rhythm. These worksheets can be used progressively, from resources to support the learning of duration, to resources which test knowledge of duration. There are also worksheets which support students in building more interesting rhythms. These worksheets can be used in the classroom as part of an activity. They can be colour coded to represent different abilities, and they can be laminated and re-used as starter or plenary activities. The can also be used as home work activities. They are useful for KS3 to learn to read and write duration and for GCSE to revise from and to further stretch their knowledge of using simple and compound time to create more interesting and complex rhythmic ideas.
Key signatures for GCSE - 2 pages of revision practice including bass and treble clef
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Key signatures for GCSE - 2 pages of revision practice including bass and treble clef

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This is intended for use by GCSE music or able KS3 music students. It may also be used when teaching music theory lessons in any capacity. The objective of this worksheet is to recap and consolidated knowledge of key signatures up to three sharps and flats as this is the requirement for GCSE music. Once students have learned how to work out key signatures using the ‘order of sharps and flats’ method, you can use this 2-part worksheet to improve student’s understanding as a starter in the following lesson, or as a plenary when required. There is an extension to each worksheet, requiring students to use their less-used knowledge of the bass clef in a more independent way.
LEARNING RHYTHMIC  PATTERNS - 1/2 BEATS POWER POINT (Little Kids Rock)
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LEARNING RHYTHMIC PATTERNS - 1/2 BEATS POWER POINT (Little Kids Rock)

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I have built this powerpoint using the 1/2 beat rhythms from ‘Little Kids Rock’. It is really great for engaging students with a mindful rhythm activity of counting, then counting and clapping, then clapping the rhythms. It builds confidence and knowledge in understanding how to use and create rhythms. It is even more enjoyable when used with a ‘style’ or pop music to help the tempo stay steady. I have inserted a simple guide to notation above the number of beats to introduce students to the concept of written notation. I highly recommend giving this a go with your key stage 2 and 3 classes.
IDENTIFY THE PITCH TREBLE CLEF
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IDENTIFY THE PITCH TREBLE CLEF

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This worksheet is designed for beginner to intermediate learners of pitch in music. It shows different pitches notated in the treble clef and requires students to write the named pitch of each note.
IDENTIFY THE PITCH BASS CLEF
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IDENTIFY THE PITCH BASS CLEF

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This worksheet is designed for beginner to intermediate learners of pitch in music. It shows different pitches notated in the bass clef and requires students to write the named pitch of each note.
DYNAMICS IN ITALIAN TERMS LISTENING MAT
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DYNAMICS IN ITALIAN TERMS LISTENING MAT

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The ‘listening mat’ has all the information included and can be used as a listening aid when you are teaching students to talk about the dynamics of the music. It can be used as starter or plenary activities, or as a main aid for a listening activity. They can be laminated and re-used as required, or can be set as home work. They are suitable for use with GCSE and older KS3 students.
UNDERSTANDING DURATION: Creating rhythms in compound time
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UNDERSTANDING DURATION: Creating rhythms in compound time

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A fantastic and flexible resource on one A4 sheet with an additional instruction sheet if needed. Students are required to create their own compound time rhythms using the given symbols of note lengths, rests and time signatures to support them as they learn to compose more interesting and complex rhythmic ideas.