At this level, students will still be learning new notes, but also should be concentrating on dynamics, tempo, articulation and other such details. It is these details which make the difference between just playing the tunes, and playing the tunes in a musical fashion. A fluent sight reader should be able to sight read musically, but as always it takes consistent practice of this skill to make the skill fluent.
Being fluent in sight-reading allows students to explore music of their own choice whenever they wish.
This book is designed to be used as part of the Wendy’s Music Learn to Play or Sing Program.