A Vocal Music Workbook for Private and Small Group Classes
The FULL VOICE Workbooks have been intensely kid and teacher tested. (Almost 20 years!) They don’t interfere with your awesome method or teaching approach (we know you are amazing!) Workbooks provide a music curriculum, similar to a piano method* EXCEPT specialized for the young singing students in your voice studio.
Full Voice is perfect for young singers. It incorporates solfeggio, rhythms, dynamics, etc, in a fun and integrated way such that the student is learning through playfulness, which is really the best way to learn! I now use this series with all my students, and have found it really helps with my lesson planning and creates a certain standard for all lessons. Thank you for this program! ~ J. Pearl
One of the biggest perks that our teachers love? Student retention. Seriously, workbooks provide students and tuition-paying parents with immediate feedback on their progress in your lessons. Confirming their investment in vocal music lessons. Preventing last minute recital dropouts!
Unsung Bonus: Now you have a place to put all the stickers.
Will these work for you? Let your students decide. Download the free sample lessons,
Print them up and SEE WHAT HAPPENS with your kiddos!
UK versions of workbooks are now available. If you prefer to use crotchet, minim and quaver in your music lessons, you can now get the UK versions of the Workbooks.
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*The workbooks don’t include any songs. Why? Because repertoire selection should be up to you, the expert who knows the student and the student’s voice. Although, you can check out our blog and podcast for great repertoire ideas! We talk to experienced teachers and children’s music composers all the time. Age appropriate music ideas for the WIN!
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"My books arrived! Starting my kiddos next week.
I am a 35 year veteran teacher and I wish I had written these.
Bravo and thank you!" ~ K. Lollar, Odessa, TX
Great music theory curriculum for singers.
I searched for a while before I found this curriculum. I couldn't be happier. ~ T. Booth
Full Voice Workbook Overviews at a Glance
(Previously Early Beginner)
Recommended for grades 1-2/ Ages 5-7
This level was specifically developed for young students ages 5-7 who are brand new to music lessons. Concepts are introduced slowly with plenty of review. There are many different types of activities that encourage young students to build their confidence in the private vocal lesson. This level is used in Introductory small group vocal classes!
introduction to tonic sol-fa
introduction to reading and writing notes
clapping and counting basic rhythms
singing steps and skips
Recommended for Ages 8 and up For students who have completed the Introductory Level; for students age 8 and up who have introductory music experience (private, classroom, or choral); for older students who are new to music lessons. Level One reviews introductory musical concepts and introduces elementary level music theory. This level includes:
review/intro to tonic sol-fa
review/introduction to basic music notation
basic rhythm reading
musical terms and symbols
introduction to ear training
introduction to sight singing in C major
For dedicated students who have completed Level One; for students with previous music experience who are confident counting eighth notes and sight singing in C Major. Level Two continues to encourage confident, independent singing skills. This level reviews musical concepts introduced in Level One and introduces sight singing in F and G major.
introduction to ledger lines
introduction to dotted note rhythms
semitone, whole tones and enharmonic equivalents
introduction to the chromatic scale
For hard working singers who have completed Level Two or for students with previous music experience who are confident counting dotted quarter notes, singing and identifying intervals, and sight singing in F and G Major. Level Three introduces sight singing in D Major.
introduction to singing minor scales
introduction to sixteenth notes
introduction to sixteenth and eighth note groupings
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Full voice has amazing resources for voice teachers of young singers. The podcasts are first rate
and include anything from warm up ideas, to how to hold a non singing voice lessons with a sick student!
The products are fun and well paced. So grateful to have a workbook for young singers. ~ J. Saunders