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8 Must have music posters for your classroom!


printable music posters for your classroom and kids learning theory

Hey Teachers and Parents,

I'm thrilled by the overwhelming love and support for the FREE Flip book I created for my students, which I've also shared with you and your students at no cost. Your positive feedback has inspired me to take it a step further by designing a set of 8 posters to complement the flip book. If you haven't had the chance to download the flip book yet, simply click here for more information and to access the download.


This pack includes 8 high-quality posters in two sizes to cater to everyone's requirements. Whether for classroom display or as handouts in smaller sizes, these posters are versatile. The best part is that you have the flexibility to print them unlimited times for your studio, school, or home, in compliance with our printing policy. Upon downloading, you can conveniently print them at your preferred location, be it at home or your chosen printing shop.




Let's Take a Detailed Look at the Posters Included in This Pack






Posters included

  • The piano Keys

  • The Treble and Bass Clef Notes

  • The grand staff

  • The accidentals

  • The dynamics and articulations

  • The notes and rests

  • The circle of fifths

  • The time signature


Are you ready to use these poster in your classrom? Get the pack here.


I hope you enjoy using these resources in your lessons, classrooms, and at home. Be sure to subscribe to our community to be the first to know when new resources or lessons are released.



 


MORE ABOUT THIS POSTER PACK



Pages: 8 Pack


Sizes: See poster guide for available sizes. Print any size up to the recommended sizes below.


Remifa music resources poster guide



Format: High Definition PNG Files


License: Studio License - unlimited prints per studio or school (a pack per teacher must be purchased) or household.



Print Disclaimer: Kindly note that variations in color and the quality of the printed material may occur based on your printer's capabilities, screen settings, and the type of printing media used. We highly recommend performing a test print before final production to achieve the desired results.







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