Theory Time®: Primer Workbook
Theory Time Primer Level workbook is perfect for a Kindergarten student or young 1st or 2nd grader! Staff sizes are large to accommodate fine-motor skills in this 59-page “theory fundamental" level workbook. Concepts include: Keyboard drill, high, middle & low, up & down, music alphabet, introduction to the staff, dynamics, line & space notes, steps & skips on a keyboard/staff, repeated notes, treble clef lines & spaces, bass clef lines & spaces, quarter note & rest, half note & rest, whole note & rest, dotted half note, rhythm drill (no time signature), ear-training, review test.
Theory Time® Reproducible Series: Pre-Primer A
This 46-page reproducible workbook is intended for use with students younger than five, very young accelerated learners, and is adapted to suit all learning styles. Five concepts are covered in tiny increments: keyboard geography, music alphabet, keyboard & music alphabet, hands and finger names & numbers.
Theory Time® Reproducible Series: Pre-Primer B
Theory Time’s Pre-Primer B level 75-page reproducible workbook focuses on the precise use of language terms and the accuracy and timing of verbal instruction matching physical instruction is vital to prevent inaccurate statements leading to confusion. This packet, adapted to all learning styles, uses precise language and instructions to assist you as a teacher.The concepts covered include: position & movement, music alphabet and keyboard geography, position on the keyboard, absolute & relative, up & down, below & above, horizontal movement on the keyboard, moving up & down, definitions & correlation of concepts & terms, Fun Sheets, and teacher guide.
Theory Time® Reproducible Series: Pre-Primer C
Theory Time’s Pre-Primer C reproducible, 56-page workbook, focuses on basic note-reading skills and offers a unique answer to teaching note reading to very young students. This workbook, adapted to all learning styles, shows how a rotated keyboard can become the lines and spaces of the grand staff, thus solving the dilemma of teaching note reading from the perspective of traditional hand positions. Students learn from the very beginning that the grand staff is really just one big staff and the music alphabet is continuously repeated, line-space-line-space. Middle C is the natural division between the treble and bass staves. Emphasis is also placed upon the concepts of HIGH and LOW as the words relate to both location and sound.
Theory Time® Reproducible Series: Pre-Primer D
Theory Time’s reproducible Pre-primer D is a 50-page workbook that presents the basic elements of rhythm, how to draw notes, stems, and rests through time signatures, measures, counting and dynamics (loud & soft). Types of notes include quarter, half, dotted half and whole. Rests include quarter, half and whole. Worksheets can all be enlarged for the very young students with all learning styles who need extra practice in developing the fine motor skills needed to write notes and rests legibly. Visual and aural recognition and understanding of what is meant by a steady beat are emphasized. Students are given written examples to complete and asked to tap and clap simple rhythm patterns.