Music Flip Flop Flashcards – Download FREE for now!
Your students are going to love these new music flip flop flashcards! There are so many ways you can use them to teach your students note names, white key names, and more!
These music flip flop flashcards are FREE (for now), but we might be putting them in the store for sale at some point, so be sure and download them today while they are free!
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But don’t just use them like regular music flashcards!
But these are not just music flashcards! We all know the problem with those. Many students can name a note on the flashcard but don’t know where it is on the piano, which means they really aren’t doing much good. But just as with the Football Music Flashcards, the “stand up feature” fixes this problem!
One flip flop is not much good to anyone, so we’ve made pairs of flip flops so that you can use these at the piano AND away from the piano!
Here are some of the ways that you can use these music flip flop flashcards:
Names of notes on staff:
Match the music pairs of flip flops
All the left music flip flop flashcards are pictures of notes on the staff. All the right music flip flop flashcards are pictures of letter names. So you can use these away from the piano by asking your student to match the left flip flop with the right flip flop. Time your students so that they can work to beat their time or their friend’s time!
Give the student only the left music flip flop flashcards (the ones with the notes on the staff). Then, ask them to stand them up beside (to the right) of the correct white notes on the piano. Time the student so that they can try to beat their time the next time they play.
Challenge – note names
Line students up behind a table with a call bell sitting in front of them. Two students stand in front of the call bell with their hands behind their backs. Show a card with a picture of a note on staff and the student who rings the bell first and answers correctly right away get to keep the card
Challenge – note locations (this is a much better use than just naming notes)
This challenge is even better because when you show the student the card, the students have to race to the piano to actually play the correct note. This means that you will be able to see if they really understand where the note is on the piano.
Stand up flip flops on your piano
Give the student only the right music flip flop flashcards (the ones with the letter names). Then, ask them to stand them up beside (to the right) of the correct white notes on the piano. Time the student so that they can try to beat their time the next time they play.
Walk on your piano keys
Kids will love that they can walk on your kids with these little flip flops from Amazon. (Don’t buy the super cheap ones or you might regret it…they curl up and don’t look much like flip flops!)
- Put 2 different colored flip flops at the top of your piano.
- Mix up the right music flip flop flashcards (the ones with the letter names) and put them in a drawing pile.
- Take turns drawing a flip flop. Then advance your flip flop to the next closest letter name that you draw (always going down).
- The person to the bottom of the piano first wins! See picture below!
Big Group? No Problem. Use these staves!
If you are doing group lessons and you don’t have enough pianos, then just use the free music staves! Then, give your students some object (like a flip flop or candy) to place on the white keys that match the flashcards that they draw. Have contests to see which students can match them all correctly or more quickly.
Want More Fun With Shoes?
Don’t forget to pull out your studio-licensed No Shoes piece for added fun! This piece gets into the mind of a child in the summer, lobbying for life without shoes!
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