How to Teach Roman Numerals
Find a few tips on how to teach Roman numerals to children, along with some reasons why teaching Roman numerals to young children is a great idea. You will also find a refresher on Roman numerals.
Music theory is a field of study that deals with the how and why of music. How music is written and played, based on certain mathematical principals, and why these mathematical principals form the basis of all musical compositions. Pythagoras is generally considered to be the creator of these math based rules which came about more as a need to standardize the composition of music, as well as the design and construction of the instruments of the time period.
Reading sheet music made easy (Part 2)
This is a continuation from Part 1 The aim is to get to a point to be able to read the following piece: Seeing how written music maps to the piano extremely well, leads me to believe that modern sheet music was invented first for the piano (or maybe the piano was invented with sheet music in mind... Who knows???). This sheet music to keyboard mapping is so intuitive that it is the logical place to start (at least in my opinion :P) Step 2 (Marching forward) We will begin with the grand staff…
subtraction borrowing worksheets
Here are some printable worksheets to help your child work on learning to use subtraction with borrowing. Just click on the pictures below and print! Subtraction "Borrowing" Worksheets borrowing worksheet 1 answer key for borrowing worksheet 1 borrowing worksheet 2 answer key for borrowing worksheet
Learn To Play Piano Today With This Piano Lesson! When you are beginning a new task or learning something new it is always best to have a starting point. In this lesson you are given a starting point on the piano. That starting point is Middle C. From there we go up the keyboard using the white keys and make a C Major Scale. From the notes in that scale we are able to build chords. The chords we build are called triads or 3-note chords. The first chord we build is the C chord which is made…