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No Prep Valentine’s Theory Worksheets

Do you follow the holiday calendar in your studio? Then you may like a quick and Valentine’s themed theory activity for the students who learn flats and sharps. I have added a few to my Valentine’s Day Theory Worksheets collection this year! Name that Key Flats and Sharps Download this Name that Key flats and […]

20 DAY Bass Clef Candy Shop Challenge

20 day bass workbook

20 DAY Bass Clef Candy Shop Challenge is the second book in a series of note learning workbooks. The book utilizes the same short exercises, one page a day approach. It covers all the notes in bass clef, including ledger line notes. The exercises are grouped in days. There are 4 quizzes after every 5 […]

20 DAY Treble Clef Candy Shop Challenge

Being able to read music is a very important aspect of music education. It opens a whole new world for young explorers! In my teaching, I try to introduce the notation from the very first lesson. As it might look a little overwhelming for the young children, I came up with an everyday practice workbook 20 […]

Middle C Pink Unicorn Printable

Middle C Unicorn - blogpost

One of my current projects is to create different worksheets which could help me to get ready for teaching my new students in September. The worksheets with a variety of themes and characters, to satisfy everyone, Star War followers, and princess fans. That’s why note learning, and actually Middle C note learning is on my list. Middle […]

Over the Rainbow Ledger Line Note Worksheet

Over the Rainbow Ledger Line Notes

The concept of ledger line notes is quite challenging for any level. It takes time to master the recognition of notes above and below the note staff. Obviously, the worksheet format is the least exciting but most efficient way to work on this task. The exercises won’t take a lot of time to work on and is suitable for […]

Step Skip Repeat Reinforcing Pre-intervalic Music Reading

Step. Skip. Repeat. Racing Game

While interval concept is quite hard to grasp for the young piano learners, step, skip, and repeat terms relate better since they actually describe motion. That is why to secure success in interval understanding in the future it is suitable to start with learning steps, skips and repeats firstly.  The ability to operate those terms […]

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 […]

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 […]

Halloween Theory Printables for the Piano Studio

Halloween Theory Printables

With a Halloween just around the corner, all piano studios are getting ready for the spooky holiday. Decorated pianos, costumes, and themed props are being taken out of the boxes. The need for the holiday-themed theory activities provoked me to make a few worksheets for this week’s lessons. Subscribe today to our newsletter and stay […]