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Music note flash cards can give students a fun way to review note names, learn to spell chords & scales, and improve their speed and fluency at note recognition. I absolutely love using flash cards with my students, and they ask for them regularly! Here are 5 really fun games and activities you can play … Read More about 5 Ways to Use Music Note Flash Cards in Piano Lessons
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Sight-reading is an incredibly valuable skill for musicians. While some students naturally gravitate towards exploring new music and sight-reading fearlessly, others are more hesitant to begin developing this important skill. I created “The Great Sight-Reading Challenge” to give all of my students some sight-reading motivation and to challenge them to sight-read three pieces or sight-reading … Read More about Develop Strong Sight-Readers with “The Great Sight-Reading Challenge”