Music Theory BOOM™ Cards: Root Position Major & Minor Chords on the Staff

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Review major and minor triads in root position on the treble staff and bass staff with this deck of Boom cards. Perfect for review in piano lessons and music theory class! Every major and minor triad in root position is included in this deck.

Number of Pages: 61
Resource Format: Zip, PDF, Internet Activity

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Root Chords BOOM™ Cards BUNDLE: Major & Minor Piano Chords on Staff & Keys

Give your intermediate piano and music theory students comprehensive review of all major piano chords and minor piano chords on the staff and piano keys with this digital, no prep, interactive Bundle of BOOM Cards. This Bundle includes 4 decks with a variety of different types of cards that will help your students confidently identify and build major root position chords and minor root position chords on the staff and the piano keys as well as clearly differentiate between the two types of triads.

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This deck of music theory Boom cards contains 61 cards that review major and minor chords on the treble staff and bass staff. Every major and minor root position triad is included in this deck.

PDF Download Includes:

  • A clickable link to add this deck of 61 Boom cards to your BOOM™ Learning account.

Deck Information:

  • This deck includes 61 digital self-checking Boom cards.
  • Written instructions are included for each card.
  • Students play 20 cards at a time and cards are randomized after the first introduction card.

Boom Card Play:

4 Types Of Cards Are Included:

  • Change Major Chords to Minor Chords – Each major chord that shares a name with a minor chord has card where students must change the MAJOR chord pictured on the staff into a MINOR chord by adding or removing an accidental that changes the quality of the chord. (12 treble clef cards, 12 bass clef cards)

  • Change Minor Chords to Major Chords  – Each minor chord that shares a name with a major chord has a card where students must change the MINOR chord pictured on the staff into a MAJOR chord by adding or removing an accidental that changes the quality of the chord. (12 treble clef cards, 12 bass clef cards)

  • Complete the major chord – The remaining 3 major chords each include a card where the notes of the chord are present on the treble or bass staff. Students must drag the remaining accidentals to the staff to complete the chord. (3 treble clef cards, 3 bass clef cards.

  • Complete the minor chord – The remaining 3 minor chords also include a card where the notes of the chord are present on the treble or bass staff. Students must drag the remaining accidentals to the staff to complete the chord. (3 treble clef cards, 3 bass clef cards.
  • One instruction card is also included which describes how students will “play” most cards by adding and removing accidentals.

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  • This product is for use by the purchasing teacher for Single Use with your students ONLY.
  • Not for commercial use.
  • Copyright © 2022 Kelly Bordeaux. All rights reserved.

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⭐ BUNDLE & SAVE! This deck is part of a BUNDLE!⭐

Root Chords BOOM™ Cards BUNDLE: Major & Minor Piano Chords on Staff & Keys

Give your intermediate piano and music theory students comprehensive review of all major piano chords and minor piano chords on the staff and piano keys with this digital, no prep, interactive Bundle of BOOM Cards. This Bundle includes 4 decks with a variety of different types of cards that will help your students confidently identify and build major root position chords and minor root position chords on the staff and the piano keys as well as clearly differentiate between the two types of triads.

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