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Catherine Midson

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Week 1 - Create Your Own Piano

Read through the lesson. Tap add Tap photo and show a picture of your completed piano. Learning Intentions: Today, we will make our own piano. You will be playing this piano against the audio songs I upload to every music lesson - in future lessons. This will be on A4 paper - using landscape - NOT portrait page set up. Please rule the lines of the keys - so it's neat. Each note from C up to C needs to be about 2cm or 3cm in length - this is so that your fingers have enough room to play on each key. If your piano is too small - your fingers simply won't fit on the keys when you come to play it! Your piano should really take up most of the space on your A4 paper. In the STUDENT TEMPLATE of the lesson, I have put in your piano. You are to copy it exactly. Make sure you write in the correct notes - C D E F G A B C. Don't miss out any of the letters, it must START on C and END on C. Colour the black notes in black. Draw up your piano using pencil first. Once you're happy with it, draw over the pencil with a sharpie, texter or pen. If you find the black notes difficult to draw in, leave them out, just having the white keys, from C up to C. However, if you're able, include the black notes too, so it looks like a real piano. Materials Needed: A4 piece of paper - landscape Sharpie or textas Pencil Ruler

3rd Grade, 5th Grade, 6th Grade, Music
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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