MTT44 The 5 Essential Skills To Learn To Create Multimedia Worksheets & Presentations

There are lots and lots of ready-made music education worksheets, Powerpoint files and interactive whiteboard resources available for purchase or free download if you look hard enough online.

But what about those times when you want to create something from scratch yourself?

Maybe you can’t find an existing file that meets your needs. Or perhaps you did find one, but it’s too advanced for your music class, it’s hard to read, or you simply you don’t like the way it looks.

It’s easy to make your own digital music resources once you’ve learnt a few simple tricks.


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