Major and Minor Key Signature Worksheets

My eleven-year-old student arrived at his lesson sad and unmotivated. Long day at school, having the snack on the run, no time to rest. And here we are, scales, learning a new piece, etc. To put him at ease I pulled up two worksheets, crayons and superhero badges. Because playing a game or doing an activity does not look like learning, right? We quickly reviewed major and minor key signatures with Major and Minor Key Signature Worksheets and went straight to practicing scales with a good spirit.

Superhero Key Signature Worksheets

Obviously, the major and minor key signatures are not the easiest topic to learn and need some constant practice engaging all available resources. The Superhero Major Key Signature and Minor Key Key Signature Worksheets can be a good fit for those students who need a visual aid to assist them with memorizing. These free downloadable worksheets support the learning of the major and minor key signature up to 4 sharps and flats.

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Major and Minor Key Signature Worksheets Use

The simplest way to use these printables is to write the name of the major key signature and then draw the tonic triad for each key. Also, asking the student to play the given chords, followed by inversions will promote solid and broken chords understanding. Lastly, matching the major chord to its relative minor will support relative major and minor scale connection.

Bonus

The Superhero Key Signature Worksheets can be endorsed with compliment Superhero Badges. These collectible cards will delight and motivate your piano students.

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Major and Minor Key Signature Worksheets

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