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When it comes to memorizing a new scale, students tend to become stuck moving up and down the scale without skipping notes along the way. Yes you can definitely practice moving up the scale in different intervals, but those type of set exercises won't completely solve the problem. This challenge will ask your student to think ahead and make their own way through the scale while obeying one rule. This ability to choose any note as long as it isn't an adjacent note will allow the student to develop their understanding of the scale without it feeling like a set exercise. In other words, the student can be creative instead of using rote memorization.