Another simple introductory worksheet, this time to the notes on the bass clef, with C as the key signature and no accidentals to keep things easy.
(Click the image to download the PDF)
Amanda, Marshall and Mr. Avery,Thank you so much for posting The Elapsed Time Video!It has hpleed me so much!!I had problems learning math in 3rd and 4th grade-it has held me back from doing a lot of things throughout my life. I am now 55 and just beginning to understand elapsed time Thanks to yourFANTASTIC explanation! I have one request that would help me and possibly others too. Would you please post a sample page of some problems with the answers worked out in a PDF format? I would appreciate that greatly. Amanda and Marshall you are both so gifted in teaching that I am sure you will excel in whatever path you choose to pursue in life. Enjoy your studies it really is the key to open the door to anywhere!Thank you again,Susan
Ab fab my goodly man.
Articles like this really grease the shafts of knowledge.
There is a critical shortage of informative articles like this.
That’s a smart answer to a difficult question.
This has made my day. I wish all postings were this good.
I never thought I would find such an everyday topic so enthralling!
hach, wie herrlich wÃ¤r das denn? gewÃ¤rmte schultern, gewÃ¤rmtes hÃ¤lsgen. kein schlottern mehr am schreibtisch. da komm ich glatt ins trÃ¤umen. schÃ¶n wÃ¤rÂ´s mit uns beiden, dem kragen und mir.
Thank you! These are wonderful, and I love that many can be used beyond Christmas too. Found you through Cottage & Vine and will be staying! Thanks again!!!
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