Beginning Music Theory 5


This packet explains the music terminology, tempo markings, accidentals and sixteenth notes.

The activities in this packet will help students learn how to read music to help with singing or playing an instrument.

Learn about the metronome, musical terminology, tempo markings, phrasing, tied notes, half & whole steps, accidentals – sharps, flats & naturals as well as sixteenth notes and rests. Tracing and writing pages help students engage in the theory.




  • 19 printable worksheets
  • 3 review quizzes
  • The Metronome & coloring page
  • Music Terminology
  • Tempo Markings
  • Phrasing
  • The Tied – Tied Notes
  • Half & Whole Steps
  • Accidentals
    • Sharps
    • Flats
    • Naturals
    • Enharmonic Notes
  • Sixteenth Notes
  • Sixteenth Rests
  • Note Pyramid
  • Sixteenth Note Flash Cards (A continuation of the note pyramid flash cards in Beginning Music Theory 3)

Perfect for beginners ages 4-8. Can be used for beginning piano students or beginning general music students.

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Continue or start the Beginning Music Theory Series with:

  • Beginning Music Theory 1 – notes on the piano keyboard
  • Beginning Music Theory 2 – lines, spaces, notes, clefs & the musical staff
  • Beginning Music Theory 3 – dotted notes, rests, time signatures, upbeats
  • Beginning Music Theory 4 – repeat sign, melodic & harmonic intervals, notes on the treble staff, notes on the bass staff and dynamics
  • Beginning Music Theory 5 – musical terminology, tempo markings, phrasing, tied notes, half & whole steps, accidentals and sixteenth notes & rests.


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