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Susannah's Music Resources Shop

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!

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 bass clef - basic
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Reading note names bass clef - basic

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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!
Reading note names treble clef - basic
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Reading note names treble clef - basic

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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!
Reading note names Treble and Bass clef - Picture matching
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Reading note names Treble and Bass clef - Picture matching

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A worksheet to allow students to read the note names and work out the word, then match to one of the pictures. There is also an answer sheet on the second page. This would follow a lesson on Pitch and note names and previous basic worksheets working out the notes, available separately. This should be a fun simpl sheet for younger students or a quick starter for those needing some revision.
An introduction to Semitones and Tones and how to form a major scale
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An introduction to Semitones and Tones and how to form a major scale

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A short PowerPoint showing semitones and tones on a keyboard and a worksheet to identify tones and semitones. Then continue the sequence of lessons with a lesson on how to form a major scale following the pattern of tones and semitones - a PowerPoint explaining with examples and a worksheet to help students work it out for themselves.
Identify a major key from the key signature - sharps and flats
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Identify a major key from the key signature - sharps and flats

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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 sharps and Working out a major key from the key signature with flats, which give the students a chance to go through some examples.