Chester’s Flashcards

Publisher: Chester Music
Author: Carol Barratt
Great for helping children learn the musical alphabet and various symbols while having fun. The plastic wallet contains more than 60 durable cards with musical signs, notes on treble and bass clefs, time signatures and rests. Suggestions for games and activities are included.
ISBN: 9780711921597
Language: English
Catalogue No: CH55883

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        Scores 8.0 out of 10 based on 5 reviews
        3 out of 10


        Big and clear flash cards
        Thin card. Needed something more challenging, testing more than just notes, I.e. the various signs and symbols.
        Confirmed purchase: 26 March 2018
        Published on: 09 April 2018

        Dear Mira, thank you for your feedback, I am sorry to hear that you’re disappointed with your purchase, We have a 30 day return and refund policy. If you would like to return your order, please email, or call on 01284 725725 and we can arrange this for you. Please quote order no 6269973 in all emails. Kind regards Seb.

        9 out of 10


        Bristol GB
        Favourite bit is the happy smiling frog
        Not happy with the bubble wrap it is packaged in
        Confirmed purchase: 24 March 2017
        Published on: 07 April 2017
        8 out of 10


        Bath GB Purchased for 5 year
        Great product in terms of content.
        would like the board to be a heavier stock - as will last longer
        Confirmed purchase: 12 October 2015
        Published on: 28 October 2015

        Musicroom Reviews

        I like these best of all the flashcards on offer. They are sturdy and uncluttered looking.
        Anonymous - (Beckington, United Kingdom)
        A decent idea, but it's poorly packaged (the cheap plastic wallet's already breaking, and I'm being careful!), they're printed on poor grade paper, with one of those coatings (like trying to open a clingy plastic bag!) that make them hard to sort through, taking up valuable time in the lesson, and why on earth is there no G or A above the staff?! I teach guitar and they're way more important notes for beginners. I don't mind there being a bass-clef, but don't assume that everyone teaches piano. And do piano teachers not teach above the staff on right hand? So, yes, it's a useful idea, but it needs some development to be really useful.
        Anonymous - ()
        A really useful resource for teaching - all my pupils love playing the games with these cards
        Anonymous - (Cheadle, United Kingdom)
        These cards are really really useful as a teaching aid and can be used to fill up a spare three minutes at the end of a lesson. The number of games you can play/make up with these cards is huge and they're great fun. The cards fit nicely into their packet so are easy to carry around with you although the cards are quite thin and as the name of the note is printed on the back of the picture of the note, children often manage to outsmart you by being able to see the name of the note through the card when you hold it up. Despite this the cards are an essential for any music teacher!
        Anonymous - (Canterbury, United Kingdom)
        Excellent useful resource for teaching children to understand music notation and symbols. Many different possibilties for games and approaches to inspire children.
        Anonymous - ()
        These flash cards are great. They have helped my son immensely. He can now think ahead of the music he is playing, by recognising the notes quicker. He can now name the notes in less than a min and he started at over two!
        Anonymous - (Milton Keynes, United Kingdom)
        Hal Leonard are better as double staved. These are single stave and double the price but I needed two different sets for two sisters.
        Anonymous - (Solihull, United Kingdom)
        Good fun purchase for testing young children on their notes and note values, etc. My pupils enjoy this way of testing them on the above at the end of each lesson. There could be some extra cards on dynamics and what staccato, slurs, tied notes are, etc.
        Anonymous - (Woodford Green, Essex)

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