Music Theory: Notes and Rests

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Make Music Day (Festival of Music) is a free celebration of music around the world on June 21st. Launched in 1982 in France as the Fête de la Musique, it is now held on the same day in more than 120 countries.

To celebrate the beginning of summer and the Festival of Music for kids, we design myViewBoard Originals Online Game 🎼 Beating Finches to have fun singing along to this favorite classic - London Bridge is Falling Down and learning about rhythm by tapping notes correctly and keeping a steady beat up.

You can play myViewBoard Originals Games online on your iPad, your windows, your Chromebook, and/or any interactive touch device to enjoy about the Music!
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Based on this Game, we design the myViewBoard Originals - Music Theory: Notes and Rests 🎶 to provide students and teachers this original content to review the basic music knowledge and even contributes to early logic and math skill-building. All of the activities are focused on basic music theory, such as note identification, note, and rest duration.



Instructions

🎼 Begin with Video-assisted Learning to help learn about beats and the different notes.
🎼 Use “brick” as the symbols of notes to complete the tree diagram to understand the relationship between the notes and the composition of dotted notes.
🎼 Fill in the correct notes in the blank calculations.
🎼 Use the concept of building blocks and calculations to fill in the correct notes.
🎼 Play Beating Finches Game with the song of London Bridge is Falling Down to have fun singing along to this favorite classic and learning about rhythm by tapping notes correctly and keeping a steady beat up.

Related Media

You also may be interested in other Original Content about music:
Music Theory: Keyboard and Staff
Music Instruments
   


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