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Games Approach in Teaching Piano and Theory

In the twenty years of being a piano and music teacher, I have made a variety of mistake. Fortunately, I have also undoubtedly learned immeasurable amounts of things from my students. One of the most important things that I have learned is how kids like to learn. Their education capabilities are influenced by their environment, […]

Holiday Rhythm Race Game and Worksheets

When it’s cold and snowy, and all music studios are bundled up and drinking hot cocoa in the anticipation of the winter recital. As a teacher, you might stop to wonder how could you possibly bring more holiday cheer into the studio? For that job, there is nothing better than a board game, and who […]

Interval Ninja Game, Beginner and Master Edition

Interval Ninja Game, Beginner and Master

Intervals are always a little scary for all students. Children have to read two notes in a row, plus predict the distance between them. As a matter of fact, it is incredibly valuable to give children a comprehensive start. Help them to feel comfortable with reading intervals and furthermore recognizing them in a visual and […]

A Magical Way to Reinforce Note Learning

SAM - A Sorcerer, an Apprentice, and a Magician

The success of learning piano depends on a few factors. One of them is very clear and simple, but taking quite a long time until succession. It is a reading of music notation, especially with the children. Their brain is curious and learning fast. The mastering of anything has to be in a game-like environment. […]