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Eddie’s House

Posted by lbbartolomeo on July 11, 2012

I wanted to change “Mr. Everybody’s Musical Apartment” book into something that was simpler and reflected my school population.   I have friends who use Mr. Everybody with TREMENDOUS success.  My version is called “Eddie’s House”.

The line notes (in black) are the people who live in Eddie’s House.

E=First floor is Eddie who is in ?fourth? grade.

G=Second floor is Grandma.

B=Third floor is Uncle Bobby.

D=Fourth floor is older brother DeQuan.

F=Fifth floor is teenage sister Fantasia.

Instead of ghosts in the house (Mr. E’s book) I had mice living between the floors for the space notes.  (in red)

F=Fifi,      A=Aaliyah,      C=CeCe,      E=Ebony

And yes, there’s a mom and dad in Eddie’s House.  They live in the basement; Denise and Curtis!  ; )

You can download my PPT Eddie’s House

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2 Responses to “Eddie’s House”

  1. andrew said

    Great ideas here. I love efforts to help children more naturally understand music. I created an app that can build music skills intuitively in children, to help them experiment with the fundamental building blocks of music. You can learn more about it here: http://ivorybull.com/riff-machine-brain-power/

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