Halloween Name Spinner Game
Enjoy working on treble clef note naming with your students using this fun Halloween-themed game that can be used in individual or group lessons. Students can play the game during their lesson or take it home and play with parents, siblings, or friends. Students use a pencil and a paperclip to complete the spinner. Game markers can be small decorative erasers, buttons, or small toy figures.
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Susan Hallstead is a certified KinderFlute™ instructor and the owner of Puget Sound Flute, based in the Seattle/Tacoma area. She fell in love with the flute in the first grade when her teacher’s daughter played for her class, and it has been her passion ever since. Knowing how impactful a first impression can be, she tries to incorporate fun into learning and believes it is a vital component to connecting young children with music. Susan earned her music degree from the University of Washington where she also studied voice and was a regional winner of the San Francisco Opera Competition. In addition to running a large private studio, Susan also teaches masterclasses for area schools and has worked to develop music programs for the YMCA. When she’s not planning classes or performing, you can find her hiking, searching for 5-star waterfalls, and exploring the beautiful Pacific Northwest surrounded by her favorite color: Green! To learn more, visit pugetsoundflute.com