Are you looking for a way to help your students learn their notes on the staff in a fun way? Consider implementing the One-Minute Club in your studio!
This program focuses on the skill of naming and playing the notes on the music staff in one minute or less.
Four years ago, I first shared all the nitty-gritty details on how I run this program in my studio. If you haven’t read that post, you might consider reading it first before reading this post!
Even if you have already read the original post, I would strongly suggest you check it out again as I just did a HUGE OVERHAUL of the original post and packed it full of even more great information!
Read the original post: One-Minute Club Note-Naming Challenge
Over the past couple of years, I’ve been playing around with some changes to the leveling I use for this challenge.
In this post, I’ll share details on the new levels, why I made the switch, and tell you a little more about my new display board you see above.
Plus, I have two free downloads for you! One is a beautiful landmark note visual aid and the other a downloadable resource for running your own challenge.
Do you teach online? You might check out The One-Minute Club Goes Virtual!