Product Description The Grade Two workbook presents music alphabet, keyboard drill, staff, stem rule, steps, skips, repeated notes, dynamics, drawing the treble & bass clef, treble & bass clef lines and spaces, quarter note & rest, half note & rest, whole note & rest, dotted half note, introduction to two-8th notes (beamed), measures, bar lines, double bar line, time signatures, rhythm drill, sharps & flats, vocabulary, ear training and a review test. Free ear training videos for each ear training exercise are hosted on the Theory Time YouTube channel. The Grade Two workbook is appropriate for beginning 2nd, 3rd, 4th or 5th grade students. This workbook includes 51 pages, 14 lessons and 8 Fun Sheets. About the Author Heather Hearn Rathnau graduated Magna Cum Laude from Baylor University with Bachelor and Master of Music degrees in Vocal Pedagogy and Vocal Performance & Literature, respectively. She received numerous scholarships for piano, academics and vocal performance, in addition to a graduate assistantship in accompanying. At Baylor, Heather was a member of several academic honor societies and was also selected for the national music honor society, Pi Kappa Lambda, which recognizes the highest levels of musical achievement and academic scholarship in colleges, universities and other institutions of higher learning. The international professional music fraternity, Mu Phi Epsilon, also presented Heather its coveted Sterling Achievement Award as the outstanding senior Mu Phi student in the nation. Heather is a Nationally Certified Teacher of Music (NCTM) in Piano and maintains a successful private studio teaching piano and voice. She has directed childrens choirs at her church, and also served as an adjudicator and clinician for childrens choir workshops and seminars on vocal technique. Additionally, she has been the guest soloist for the keynote speaker at the Baptist General Convention of Texas and is a former member of the San Antonio Symphony Mastersingers. Heather is a charter member of the Sugar Land (TX) Choral Society, founded by one of her former students. She is listed in Whos Who in America, 60th Edition and Whos Who of American Women. Heather was named Teacher of the Year at the 2011 Texas Music Teachers Association (TMTA) State Convention - awarded for the highest service to and representation of TMTA, Music Teachers National Association and the music teaching profession, in addition to an excellent record in the teaching profession. Her students actively participate in the National Federation of Music Clubs Gold Cup Festival and have received numerous awards for music theory, composition, publication and ensemble at TMTA state conventions.