Alfred's Kid's Ukulele Course Notespeller 1 & 2
Music Reading Activities That Make Learning Even Easier!
By Ron Manus and L. C. Harnsberger
Item: 00-40538
UPC: 038081452999
ISBN 10: 0739093827
ISBN 13: 9780739093825
PRICE: $8.99
Series: Kid's Ukulele Course
Category: Ukulele Method or Supplement
Format: Book
Instrument: Ukulele
Level: Beginner
Alfred's Kid's Ukulele Course is a fun method that teaches kids to play songs on the ukulele right away. Each lesson on every page is explained in plain language that's easy to understand. Plus, they get to learn from three irresistible guitar experts---a clever classical dog, one cool jazz cat, and a friendly alligator who loves the blues. They draw attention to what's important on each page and help them learn by making music fun!
Parents can be effective guides to help their children through this course, even if they've never had any musical training themselves. The Notespeller correlates page by page to Alfred's Kid's Ukulele Course, Books 1 & 2, and includes fun activities that gets kids writing and drawing everything as they learn. Each page reinforces their knowledge of reading music and helps them to better understand the skills it takes to play the ukulele.
The Staff and Treble Clef
Bar Lines and Measures
The 4/4 Time Signature
The Quarter-Note Slash
Counting Time
The C Chord
The Quarter Rest
The C7 and F Chords
The Repeat Sign
The G7 Chord
Write Your Own Song with Four Chords
The Staff
The Quarter Note
The Note A (1st String)
The Note B (1st String)
The Note C (1st String)
The Note E (2nd String)
The Note F (2nd String)
The Half Rest
The Note G (2nd String)
The Notes E, F, G, A, B, and C
The Half Note
The Note C (3rd String)
The Note D (3rd String)
The Whole Note
Review: All the Notes and Chords in Book 1
The Dotted Half Note
The 3/4 Time Signature
Common Time
The Note B-flat
Tempo Signs
Key Signatures
Pickup Measures
The Eighth Note
The Dotted Quarter Note
The Downstroke and Upstroke
The Fermata
The Note F-sharp
The G and D7 Chords
Review: All the Notes and Chords You Learned in Books 1 & 2
Writing Music Using Everything You've Learned So Far