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Note and Rest Review with Rhythm Pumpkin Patch

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I still want to see Autumn colors behind my windows, go for long walks, but this morning I woke up to the snow. Obviously, it is timid and quickly melting, but snow. Let me share with you this year’s last Autumn-themed game Rhythm Pumpkin Patch which I made for one very special and cheerful 5 […]

Note Value with Halloween Spooky Math

Note Value Halloween Spooky Math

Whether or not your students are going trick-or-treating this year; you can make your Halloween month of the piano lessons fun. Today’s worksheet is an off-the-bench activity or homework. Halloween Spooky Math Worksheet will help to review and reinforce note value concept. Basic Note Value The worksheet was designed for the youngest students, who just […]

Strengthen Piano Fingers with Robot Fingers Tapping Cards

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The finger independence and the use of finger numbers are two crucial elements of early piano studying. The good news is those concepts can be fortified by playing a variety of games and special activities. One of those is Robot Piano Fingers. Play it with Robot Fingers Tapping Cards. For instance, one of my students […]

Koala Ledger Notes Play the Piano

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Three ways to use notes game to assist with bass ledger notes reinforcement One of the important goals for the first year of studying piano is to develop fluent reading skills. There are many different ways and Koala Ledger Notes is a game designed to support this process. Koala Ledger Notes the Game It is […]

Step and skip recognition to strengthen the note-reading skills

Step and skip recognition

Note reading. We all could agree that reading music is an important skill for any level of musicians. Simple drilling of the note reading on the staff is not necessarily the best strategy and might not be the greatest for some type of learners too. In order to excel in reading we teachers must employ […]