Skipping Notes on the Staff Storybook
Written by Kris Skaletski
Kids love to skip, and notes can skip too. In this story, Skip and Melody show us how to skip around on the staff. When you’re done reading, you’ll all skip away.
Skipping Notes on the Staff Storybook (Hardcopy)
Skipping Notes on the Staff Storybook (Digital: Single User)
About the author
Kris Skaletski is the creator and publisher of KiddyKeys® piano and Music All-Star teaching materials. She has over thirty-five years of experience leading piano lesson programs and preschool music, teaching in both home and school settings in Green Bay, Wisconsin. She is also the co-author of the Roadtrip!® method book series for young beginners.
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