Piano Adventures Flashcards In-A-Box

Item # QKM178271
| Mfg # 420218
| UPC # 674398204090
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Each of the 80 color flashcards features a single note followed by two short sightreading exercises. This combination of note drilling and intervalic reading is highly effective in building reading skill. Covers Primer level through level 2A.
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  • Great teaching tool!
  • September 03, 2014
  • By: DeeDee

These flashcards are awesome for early to intermediate beginners. Very detailed and contain a lot of information. You can use them in a couple different ways. You can even use them to play games to help learn the notes and other aspects of piano!

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