Musical Numbers

Hi All

Here is this week's practise clip. Watch the video, download your bonus sheet, read the simple practise tips and have a go!

This week, we learnt about Intervals on the piano. Intervals show us the distances between notes and how to count them.

🎵On your Funsheet, there are some funny letters called Roman Numerals I, IV, V. This is how numbers were written a long time ago! They are still used in music today!

🎵They also have numbers above them. They start with 1, 4 and 5.

🐝Look at the Little Bee Song.

The first note is D. It is note 1. Count 4 keys up. What note is this this? It's G! This is called a Perfect 4th. Count 5 notes up from D, you reach an A. This is a Perfect 5th.

D - note: 💛 1⃣ G - 4th note: 💛💛💛💛 4⃣ A - 5th note:💛💛💛💛💛 5⃣

This is the pattern of our song. You can sing the Intervals to the 'Little Bee' which are 1, 4 and 5.

🎹 Practise a few minutes a day to help you play the piano. Now you can download your bonus sheet and practise your Roman numerals too!

Lots of love from Fun-Keys 🎼🌈🎓💛🎶

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