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Create An Easy DIY Piano Bulletin Board for Your Piano Studio

Is your piano studio in need of some freshening up? Are you looking for an easy piano studio board that will make a statement, even in very small spaces? Do you need the perfect way to welcome your students to lessons? Then you need your own DIY piano bulletin board! In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create your own “Welcome to Piano” bulletin board.

7 Ways to Use Music Math Worksheets in a Variety of Music Classes

Music Math Worksheets are a versatile tool that can be used in the general or choral music setting as well as the private lesson setting. The variety of math problems appeals to a wide range of students, from preschool to high school.

Save Time With Over 200 Print-and-Go Music Theory Worksheets!

Take a peek at what’s inside this super collection of over 200 music theory worksheets! Puzzles, keyboard geography, musical spelling bees, music symbols, Italian terms and so much more are right here. Just download, print and go, saving you SO much time and effort as you plan for piano lessons and music class.

Yes! You CAN Create Your Own Piano Teaching Resources!

You’re wanting to make your own piano teaching resources. But when you really start thinking about it, the thought of creating your own resources makes you feel overwhelmed and apprehensive, right? But I have fantastic news for you: You CAN learn to create your own amazing piano teaching resources, and I can teach you how! Join us in this special Q&A post and get all of your questions answered.

Teaching Scales, Chords, and Arpeggios Using the Superstar Scales Piano Technique Book

The Superstar Scales Piano Technique Book is clean and simple, yet thorough enough that students should not need any additional books for learning scales, chords, and arpeggios after mastering this book. The alternate fingerings allow students to seamlessly transition to two and four- octave scales.

Piano Keys Are a Breeze! 11 Introductory Piano Key Recognition Activities

Looking for cute and colourful keyboard geography worksheets to use with your young, beginning piano students? Piano Keys Are a Breeze is a fantastic, inexpensive resource that includes 11 appealing worksheets that your in-person or online students can start using today.

Get Organized with Piano Studio Business and Planning Templates

The Piano Teacher’s Survival Kit has all the studio business and lesson planning templates you need to create your perfect studio. Between the three categories of studio business, lesson planning, and calendars/goals, there are so many uses for this piano studio organizational tool.

Recital Kits with Invitations, Programs, and Certificates — Just in Time!

Did you know that there are ready-made recital kits with welcome slides, invitations, programs, and certificates all ready for you to use this recital season and beyond? There’s so much involved in the planning phase of recitals, but let these tasks be the least stressful. Here’s a sneak peak of the blush and navy floral recital kit and the eucalyptus, marble, and gold kit, both elegant choices for your upcoming recital!

How To Create a QR Code for Your Piano Recital Program

I don’t know about you, but I get frustrated printing programs for my recitals only to throw so many away afterward. So this year, I decided to try something different by creating a QR code for a digital piano recital program! This quick and easy tutorial will show you step by step how to create your own QR code so you can easily share a digital version of your piano recital program with your audience.

Ten Tips for Using the Springtime Musical Spelling Bee Game at Piano Lessons

Here’s an enjoyable piano lesson game that will help reinforce note-reading skills while at the same time producing loads of giggles from your students! Try the Springtime Musical Spelling Bee game and watch your students’ abilities improve.

The Importance of a Quarterly Review for Your Piano Teaching Business

As piano teaching business owners, we spend a lot of time planning ahead. We plan ahead for lessons. We plan ahead for festivals and recitals. We plan ahead to create the ideal piano teaching schedule. But do we ever look back on our businesses to review and reflect on what has already happened? A quarterly review can help you see clearly where you are, where you want to go, and what you need to do to get there in your music business.

How I Use Easter Piano Worksheets to Conduct Spring Assessments for Beginners

Spring is the perfect time to assess how much students have learned over the course of a school year. Easter Piano Worksheets is a comprehensive resource that helps teachers to assess students’ knowledge of theory fundamentals.

Welcome!

Hi! I’m Melody Payne, a pianist and piano teacher, educational resource author, a fun-loving wife to the most wonderful and talented hubby I could ask for, and a lifelong learner who loves to share. I want to make your life as a music teacher easier by writing and sharing helpful and relevant music teaching articles, and by creating educational resources with your very own students in mind. If you are a parent who wants to enroll your child in piano lessons, I’d love for us to get started building those skills that can give your child a lifetime of musical enjoyment!

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