If you’re having trouble recognizing the notes on the staff, one way of learning them quicker is by using music flash cards.
Here’s what you do:
- Get yourself a set of flash cards with music notes.
- Use the 3 Good Ones In-A-Row method.
3 Good Ones In-A-Row For Flash Cards
1) Pick 3-5 cards you want to focus on first.
2) Start trying to name the notes on each card until you get 1 full “good” round with no mistakes. Make sure you shuffle the cards in between each round.
3) Keep going until you get 3 good rounds of the same flash cards in a row. If you make a mistake in round one, two, or three, then you must start all over again trying for a good round one, then two, three, etc.
Continue using this process over the next few days. When you get to a point where you can easily name all notes on the cards for three good ones in-a-row with no problems, then it’s time to add a card.
Repeat until you have all notes learned!
Do you want faster results?
Make this a daily habit over the next several weeks.
Put a check mark on the calendar each time you complete the task. See how many check marks you can get in-a-row.
Don’t stop until you see excellent results showing up during your practice sessions.