Tag Archives: piano theory

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 be wondering how could you possibly bring more holiday cheer into your studio? For that job, there is nothing better than a board game, and who could […]

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 […]

Space and Line Notes DINO Worksheets

Space and Line Notes DINO Worksheets

Parents are always surprised when their children start learning notes on the staff in two-three lessons. For many of them, who have never learned or played an instrument, the notation is almost like the art of Chinese hieroglyphs. It is always fun to see parent’s amusement when their children do exercises and name notes, and […]

Black Keys! Why start the piano journey with learning it?

Printable Black Keys Flashcards

The easiest and most logical way to introduce a new student to the piano is by learning the keyboard. While note reading and recognition on the staff and keyboard are quite a challenge, it might as well be postponed until the second/third lesson. Getting to know the white and black keys pattern could be a […]

A Magical Way to Reinforce Note Learning

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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. […]