1. Beat or No Beat?

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Almost everything makes a sound if you listen hard enough! This handout helps us learn the concept of sounds that have a steady, rhythmic beat compared to sounds that do not. If you can find recordings of any of these sounds, that makes it such a full part of the experience. Or you can imitate … Continued

Lessons for Little Rockers Ages 2-4

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Music Handouts, Activities, Printables and Crafts for your Little Rocker. This is for all those cool adults who want to encourage music education in your preschooler. At Little Rockers, we specialize in using music to help preschoolers in their development. Most of our classes are 60 minutes long and incorporate instrument play, preschool music theory, … Continued

3. The Parts of My Guitar

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The parts of the guitar are simple to remember. Especially with this handout! Print it out and color the different parts of the guitar! We like to compare the guitar to our body and point out the parts that are similar. Hey we have a head and so does the guitar! And a body and … Continued

2. Find the Guitars

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More Guitar! We all know what it looks like, right? Identifying and recognizing are important developmental skills for kids to work on. This handout shows us a variety of instruments but we are asking the children to circle (or color) the pictures of the guitars ONLY. Variations can be made and you can have them … Continued

1. G is for Guitar

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What child isn’t obsessed with a guitar as soon as they see one? Guitars are the heart of Little Rockers. It’s our first tool to win over the kids and influence people- lol. We focus an entire session on the guitar and here are examples of lessons to introduce your guitar addict to some more … Continued