Monday, 26 November 2012

Mad Minute Maker

Oh my goodness! It has been so long since I posted! The AOSA conference in St. Louis was fabulous and I finally caught up on all of my work last week from being away!
 
I like giving my students Mad Minute note naming sheets for a quick look at how they are doing with treble clef notation. I came across this website today to make your own Mad Minutes quickly and easily online. Click here to try it out: Second Runner Up.
 
Check out my first Mad Minute using the site!

Let me know what you think!
 
 
- Steph

9 comments:

  1. I love this idea! I remember doing this with multiplication tables in elementary school. The kids probably get competitive and love seeing how many they can complete in a minute. I'm definitely going to try this out with my kids. Thanks for the post.

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  2. This is awesome! I used to make these by cutting and taping individual tiny pieces of paper! This is so much better! Do you know if there is one for the Bass Clef?

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  3. Hi Byron! I wish I had found a bass clef option for the mad minute maker!!! Let me know if you come across one!
    Thanks for posting your comments!

    -Steph

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  4. That is so cool! Thanks for sharing! I've made worksheets like this, but man, what a time saver!!! :) Great blog!!! How was the AOSA conference?!?! I wanted to go soooo much and am hoping to in the future. Sincerely, Tina

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  5. Is there an option for selecting Middle C to G on the second line?

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    1. Yes, when creating your mad minute, you type in from what note to what note you want to include. You would type in C4 to G4.

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  6. This is WONDERFUL! Is there anything like this for bass clef?

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  7. LOVE LOVE LOVE! Do you have more?

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