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Music Notes. What do they mean?. How do they work?. w. The Oval. All music notes have one shape in common …. What makes them different?. hweq. Each one has something added to its oval!. hweq. Wait a minute!!!. Could you explain it one more time?. w. The Oval.

Music Notes

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Music Notes

What do they mean?

How do they work?

w

The Oval

All music notes have one shape in common…

What makes them different?

hweq

Each one has something

hweq

Wait a minute!!!

Could you explain

it one more time?

w

The Oval

All music notes have one shape in common…

What makes them different?

hweq

Each one has something

hweq

Here is how it works!

The Oval

w

The Oval is worth

4 beats

w

1

2

3

4

1 2 3 4

w

it takes away half the value of the oval!

This note is now worth

2 beats

h

1

2

1-2

What makes this oval different…

h

From this oval?

q

q

This oval has a stem AND it is colored in.

But how much is it worth?

Every time you add something to the oval, you take away half the value…

h

q

This is worth 2 beats

This is worth 1 beat

w

w

w

1 Beat

Half of 4

Half of 2

4 Beats

2 Beats

Remember, Every time you add something to the oval, you take away half the value.

Let’s figure out how much this note is!

e

Fill in the Oval

1 Beat

Add the flag to the oval

w

First, the Oval

Now, it is worth 1/2 beat

Now, it is worth 2 beats

4 Beats

h

q

Second you fill in the oval

Just remember that the

things added to the oval go

in this order :

w

OVAL

e

Adding each of these items decreases the note value by half.

### How much is a note worth?

w

• Add a line to it, now it is worth 2 beats.

• Fill it in, now it is worth 1 beat.

• Add a flag, now it is worth ½ of 1,

or ½ beat.

h

q

e

How many beats

are here?

e

q

e

+

+

=

How many beats

are here?

h

h

h

+

+

=

How many beats

are here?

w

q

e

+

+

=

How many beats

are here?

e

e

h

+

+

=

How many different

ways can you create

groups of 2 beats?

3 beats? 4 beats?

Bye!