One of the great things about homeschooling is the opportunity to easily change things up to meet each child's needs. I felt like the girls could use more practice naming notes on a staff and keyboard, but they had lost interest in the app I downloaded for my phone. Around here, that's a sure sign to start thinking about kinesthetic learning and get them moving.
So I created bean bag toss music!
Using painter's tape (I was out of masking tape), I made a staff on the floor. I made a separate treble and bass clef, but I goofed and put the bass clef sign on the wrong lines, so I'm not showing that one!
Sedona just started learning piano a couple of weeks ago, so her work is more focused on learning where each note is on the keyboard.
Don't forget to give kids a chance to get up and move! They love it and it helps them come back and concentrate when it's time for more typical seat work.