Learning the F Major Scale


Hello kids, mums and dads! 😄

Last week we learnt how to play the ❤ D minor scale.

Now get ready for the🍊 F Major scale.

They are both similar but one scale starts on D and the other on F. Why are they similar? I hear you ask?

🔓Well to unlock the mystery, play the F Major scale with Dani to find the answer! (Shssssh - parents, the answer is below)!

A: They both have a Bb💛 (B flat)

b = is a sign for a flat note. This note is the little black key to the left of a white key. So for example, the little black key to the left of A, is Ab, the little black key to the left of B, is Bb.

📣 Here is a challenge for you! Follow Dani & play 1 or 2 octaves with the correct fingers with the right hand. Now to try for the super star challenge - try to play 3 octaves 😃

Extra stickers for the winner !

Have fun and we can't wait to heat your F seargent Majors 😂

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🎬 Watch Dani's clip and follow his tips. Then print the fun sheet provided below and practice at home! It's so easy and simple. 😇

Dani, Sunita, Jay, Ana, Rachael and Freddie

The Fun-Keys team

You can DOWNLOAD and print the Fun-sheet from here! On Desktop computer - Right Click on it and Save As...

On Mobile Device - Tap on it and keep it pressed. Download Image.

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