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Level 3 |

Welcome to Level 3!

 

Sharps and Flats

Enharmonics Writing:
On a piece of paper, write down at least 2 names for each of the 12 keys in an octave (i.e. C/B#, C#/Db…..)
Bring to your next lesson

Play the Mighty Man Music Quiz. Try to play until you help Mighty Man deliver the piano. Write down how you did.

Play Keyboard Identification for three minutes.
Do not click the “New Question” button.
Click “Reveal Answer” only if you can’t get it after 3 times.
Record your score.

Note Names

Play the Note Trainer game for 5 minutes and record your score. Try to play until you get at least 90%

Play 60 Second Club. Record your score.

Play Peda plus bass cleff Note Names. Record your score.

Play Snowflake Notes (treble). Record your score.

Note Name Test:

Answer these questions on a separate piece of paper.
1. How many spaces above middle C is “Up C”?
2. How many spaces below middle C is “Down C”?
3. What note does the Treble Clef circle?
4. What note do the two dots of the Bass Clef surround?
5. What is the Top line of the Treble Clef?
6. What is the Bottom line of the Bass Clef?

Steps and Skips by Ear

On a piece of paper, write #s 1 through 5.
Listen to each example below and write whether the notes are Steps (2nds) or Skips (3rds).
Bring to your next lesson.

#1:

#2:

#3:

#4:

#5:

 

Play Big Ears for 5 minutes. Make sure that only M2 and M3 are checked. Write down how you did.

Intervals on the Staff

Play Interval Sled one time. Try to play until you can score 1400. Record your scores.

Note Values

One a piece of paper, draw (and bring to your next lesson):

1. A whole note. Write how many beats it gets.
2. A half note. Write how many beats it gets.
3. A quarter note. Write how many beats it gets.
4. A dotted-half note. Write how many beats it gets.
5. An eighth note. Write how many beats it gets.
6. A quarter-rest. Write how many beats it gets.
7. A whole rest. Write how many beats it gets.
8. An eighth rest. Write how many beats it gets.
9. A half rest. Write how many beats it gets.

Accidentals

On a piece of paper (and bring to your next lesson), draw:
1. A sharp
2. A flat
3. A natural sign
4. A double-sharp
5. A double-flat

5 Finger Positions

Download and print the 5_FingerPositions worksheet. Complete and bring to your next lesson.