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 Contact : Rosana Houthuesen 
 Category: Activity Sets
August 11, 2014

All the activities listed below;
Book 2 Review House
Rhythm tiles x2
Stepping stones to Perfection

Price: $15.00

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 Suzuki Violin Book Two Review House
 Contact : Rosana Houthuesen 
August 11, 2014

Peep into the windows or door and see which piece to play. A reward will be waiting in the chimney!

Parents can secretly swap the pieces around to keep the student guessing. Make new window strips to add special exercises and customize for your own child’s practice needs.

Suitable for ages approx 6-12 or when well into Suzuki violin book two.

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 Rhythm Tiles card x 2
 Contact : Rosana Houthuesen 
August 11, 2014

Using these colourful cards children can become familiar with many common rhythmic groupings, make up their own sequences and clap, say or play them. All the tiles relate to one another in size so that note values can be seen as parts or fractions of a whole or each other. Quick recognition of rhythmic patterns is an essential tool for successful sight reading. Playing games such as ’snap’ or ’pelmonism’ with these cards will familiarise students with these elements of music reading in a fun and non stressful way.
Suitable for use by children learning any musical instrument.

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 Rhythm Tiles
 Contact : Rosana Houthuesen 
August 11, 2014

Picture shows rhythm tiles in use.
Each tile is sized proportionately according to the number of crotchet beats represented. Thus, four crotchets (quarter notes) fit onto (take up the same space as) one semi-breve (whole note). Four semi-quavers (sixteenth notes) fit onto one crotchet (quarter note). and so on.
- Children can play snap or pelmanism with tiles of the same size to speed up their recognition of rhythm patterns, vital for effective sight reading.
- Tiles can also be used as flash cards saying or clapping each one in turn.
- A ’string’ of tiles can be laid out and played on an instrument, or one or two used to make up rhythmic variations for familiar tunes already learned.

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 Stepping Stones To Perfection
 Contact : Rosana Houthuesen 
August 11, 2014

A ’practice tool’ for more advanced pupils (approx. book 4 and above depending on age).

Choose a small passage of music (2 or 3 bars) you might be having trouble with and by moving through the stepping stones you will be able to play the passage perfectly, and probably from memory too!

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