Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Singing Snowflakes: Note Naming Assessment

Need a quick winter-themed way to assess note naming and drawing? Look no further! This 2-page document includes:
1. Singing Snowflakes: Name the notes!
2. Singing Snowflakes: Write each note on the music staff!

Simply download and print and you're ready to snow!...er...I mean...go!

Click here to download!

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