Are they in Freshman Theory class? Or 6th grade? Sight Singing tips

Click the link!  Lots of people skip steps when teaching sight singing.  Our young beginners need to be carefully taught only what they need to know one step at a time in order for them to be successful!  The success keeps them excited and ready to conquer what is next!  That is part of what makes the S-Cubed Sight Singing system work.

Too many of us want to teach them like they are in Freshman Theory class.  Throwing out the circle of fifths to 6th grade chorus members along with other difficult theory concepts isn't the best approach in my experience.  Those concepts definitely should be taught, but they should be taught much later in the process of teaching sight singing.

They must feel and experience things first.

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