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3.11.2024

πŸ‘©πŸΌ‍πŸ’» Music Theory Exercises for Primer

March 11, 2024 0 Comments

I have created customized online exercises and quizzes corresponding to each unit of Piano Adventures Basic Method Primer Level

If you are using a different method, please refer to this Correlation Chart from PianoAdventures.com.



Piano Adventures Primer Exercises

Unit 3

πŸ”€ 🎹 Keyboard Letter Names C-D-E

πŸ”€ 🎹 Keyboard Letter Names F-G-A-B

πŸ”€ 🎹 Keyboard Letter Names All White Keys

πŸ”€ 🎹 πŸ€” Keyboard Letter Names Quiz Mode


Unit 4

πŸ”€ 🎼 ⚓️ Note Names (Middle C, Bass F, Treble G) - Anchor Notes

🎹 🎼 ⚓️ Keyboard to Note Matching (Middle C, Bass F, Treble G) - Anchor Notes


Unit 5

πŸ”€ 🎼  Note Names from Middle C to Treble G (with helpers)

🎹 🎼  Matching Keyboard from Middle C to Treble G 


Unit 6

πŸ”€ 🎼 Note Names Bass F to Treble G (with helpers)

πŸ”€ 🎼 Note Names Bass F to Treble G (without helpers)

🎹 🎼 Matching Keyboard to Note Bass F to Treble G (without helpers)


Unit 8

πŸ”€ 🎼 Note Names - Bass C up to Treble G (with helpers)

πŸ”€ 🎼 Note Names - Bass C up to Treble G (without helpers)

🎹 🎼 Matching Keyboard to Note - Bass C up to Treble G (with helpers)

🎹 🎼Matching Keyboard to Note - Bass C up to Treble G (without helpers)


Final Challenge Mode

🎼 🎹 πŸ€”Matching Keyboard to Note - Bass C up to Treble G

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Source: https://www.musictheory.net/

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11.26.2022

πŸƒLesson Hacks: Label Your Flashcards for Quick Sorting

November 26, 2022 0 Comments
Alfred's Complete Color Coded Flash Cards for All Beginning Music Students
Labeled flashcard
When you have a solid block of students, sorting the correct flashcards can be difficult and time-consuming. To avoid using up precious lesson time sorting flashcards, I color-coded and numbered them! 

Below is a complete list of the Alfred's Complete Color Coded Flash Cards for All Beginning Music Students with the matching color-coded Piano Adventures Basic Method level and unit numbers. I wrote the numbers on the bottom right corner on the numbered side of each card. 

If you use a different piano method, I hope that this idea can still be helpful for you. 


Alfred's Complete Color Coded Flash Cards and Piano Adventures Correlation Chart


Link to PDF version


Key

Primer 

Level 1

Level 2A

Level 2B

Level 3A

Level 3B

Level 4

Level 5


Symbol

Card

Faber

Canary

Treble Clef Sign

1

4

Bass Clef Sign

2

4

Bass Clef:

Low C

3

1

Low D

4

5

Low E

5

5

Low F

6

5

Low G

7

10

A

8

10

B

9

10

C

10

8

D

11

8

E

12

8

F

13

5

G

14

6

A

15

6

B

16

6

Middle C

17

4

D

18

6

E

19

6

Treble Clef:

A

20

6

B

21

1

Middle C

22

4

D

23

5

E

24

5

F

25

5

G

26

4

A

27

1

B

28

1

C

29

2

D

30

3

E

31

2

High F

32

3

High G

33

3

High A

34

5

High B

35

5

High C

36

1

Pink

Single Eighth Note

37

3

Eighth Notes

38

1

Quarter Note

39

2

Dotted Quarter Note

40

8

Half Note

41

2

Dotted Half Note

42

3

Whole Note

43

2

Eighth Rest

44

7

Quarter Rest

45

10

Half Rest

46

5

Whole Rest

47

5

2/4 Time Signature

48

2

3/4 Time Signature

49

6

4/4 Time Signature

50

5

White

Adagio

51

7

Andante

52

7

Moderato

53

7

Allegro

54

7

Ritardando

55

9

A tempo

56

2

Pianissimo

57

9

Piano

58

2

Mezzo Piano

59

2

Mezzo Forte

60

3

Forte

61

2

Fortissimo

62

3

Crescendo

63

2

Diminuendo

64

2

Accent

65

10

Green

Sharp Sign

66

6

Flat Sign

67

6

Natural Sign

68

1

Fermata

69

4

Pedal Sign

70

1

8va

71

4

Staccato Note

72

1

Slur

73

1

Tied Notes

74

9

Repeat Sign

75

2

Repeat Signs

76

5

D.C. al Fine

77

4

Blue

Melodic & Harmonic Intervals:

2nd

78

5

3rd

79

7

4th

80

4

5th

81

4

6th

82

3

7th

83

3

Octave

84

8

Key Signature:

C Major or A Minor

85

4

G Major or E Minor

86

5

D Major or B Minor

87

5

F Major or D Minor

88

10

B-flat major or G Minor

89

Level 5


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What are your lesson hacks? Let me know in the comments! 

Until next time,

-Jenny