These 20 task cards will help your youngest students review high and low sounds. They are perfect for your laptop, desktop, Chromebook, tablet, or any other mobile device that can access the internet. They can also be used with SmartBoard. They’re self-grading and no-prep, and they allow you to track student progress. Perfect to use for online piano lessons with at-home learning, distance learning, in class, as homework, with a sub, as a review, and more!
These 20 preschool piano task cards review high and low sounds, high and low piano keys, and high and low directional recognition: high = right on the piano, and low = left.
They were created to correspond to the first few pages of Music for Little Mozarts Book 1 and can be used with any beginning piano series.
- 10 cards: Students listen to a short melody and click the correct answer
- 10 cards: Students listen to a short melody and drag & drop the correct answer
- Listen and identify high or low sounds
- Listen and play high or low sounds
- A clickable link to access 20 digital task cards (1 card per slide) on BOOM Learning™
- Teacher instructions on how to access and use these BOOM Cards™
- Parent instructions
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- View the thumbnail images for a closer look at some of the completed cards.
- Click here for a clickable link to play 4 cards from the digital deck.
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