Do you teach piano students who struggle with note reading? Do you find yourself writing letter names above the notes in their music?
The truth is, while note reading is “the big thing” for early piano players, more students rely on memory than note recognition when playing piano pieces. And this leads to a host of problems.
There is, however, a note-reading tool that works wonders but rarely gets pulled out of a teacher’s bag of tricks: sight reading. Sight-reading activities stop kids from “guessing” at note reading and forces them to actively pay attention to the notes on the page.
Because many kids find sight reading scary, today we’re sharing a game-based holiday printable that will delight your students as the most exciting time of the year approaches.
Santa’s Sight-Reading Scramble
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