Meet the Ear Training Intervaltoons (TM)
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In my experience, the easiest way to train the ear to recognize music intervals is to associate each interval with a familiar song. This technique becomes even more powerful when you include visual learning aides.
I created these fun ear training interval visuals, called Intervaltoons (TM), and my students love them! I’ve seen a huge improvement in their ear training since we started using these.
Here are the songs we use:
I also have an ear training worksheet with these visuals. The worksheet is another great way to give kids practice with recognizing intervals.
You’re welcome to give these visuals a try–the first 4 Intervaltoons (TM) pictured here are free when you subscribe to my email newsletter. After you’ve tried them, please leave a comment below and let me know how it goes. If teachers find these helpful, I’ll make the other intervals available for purchase.
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