Grouping or beaming notes correctly can be a pain can’t it? Do you remember being taught this skill? It can feel like there are so many rules to follow and none of them make any sense!
This week I’m sharing a brand new flipped learning video (USA and UK versions) all about beaming notes. These videos get through those rules quickly and succinctly.
But kids will still need more review.
Which is why I’m sharing a preview page from my theory books with you too. This page introduces the beaming rules and gives students some practice starting to put those quavers and semiquavers right.
(There are of course USA and UK term versions included in the download.)
Download the free music theory worksheet
Download: GROUPING NOTES WORKSHEET
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Beaming Notes Flipped Learning Videos
In these videos, I walk students quickly and simply through the rules for grouping or beaming notes. Feel free to send these videos to parents for their kids to watch, use it in group lessons or as part of lab time.
These videos are designed to be clear and concise so that students can watch them – and then get on with some writing work for reinforcement. Saving you time to do fun activities during the lesson time.
International Video Version (Quavers & Semiquavers)
USA Video Version (Eighth & Sixteenth Notes)
More Flipped Thinking Theory
If you liked this music theory video, you might also like these others:
- Flipped Basic Note Values
- Flipped Beginning Solfa
- Flip and Gameify Landmark Notes
- Flipped Time Signatures
- Flipped Note & Rest Values
- Flipped Dynamics
- Flipped Accidentals, Tones & Semitones
- Flipped Articulation Marks
- Flipped C and G Major Scales
- Flipped Tempo Marks
- Flipped Ledger Line Landmark Notes
- Flipped Intermediate Note Values
- Flipped Note Stem Rules
- Flipped Solfa Scale Singing
- Flipped D & F Major Scales
Do you go about teaching beaming differently?
Tell us how you do it in the Vibrant Music Studio Teachers community on Facebook or in the comments below.