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Don't forget to look at the how to guide.
Discussion in 'Music' started by erp77, Jul 4, 2011.
You could just make your own resources so it meets the exact needs to your pupils.
I downloaded one from Learning and Teaching Scotland website - search for Music Literacy Workbooks - which you might suit
I use THEORY MATTERS. Works well for most things.
Not as easy as having a preset book... but I've found this website to be fantastic for my younger students (beginners) for worksheets etc:
Also found this resource (not quite as 'beginner' level though):
My hubby bought me the "In a Nutshell" music theory books by Maureen Cox. They are kind of fun and aimed at kids, with lots of little exercises to complete as you go along. They are fairly basic but got me through my grade 5 theory exam.