Category: Games & Activities
The Dinosaur Color by Music Symbols Boom Cards Bundle is a resource that’s sure to make online piano lessons more engaging for young beginner students. These dinosaur music activities for piano lessons can be used with young students with no previous lesson experience, including in group classes for students ages 4-6.
4 Great Reasons to Use Fall Music Math Rhythm Worksheets
Looking for an innovative way to teach rhythm this fall? Here are four great reasons why you should use these cute and adorable, yet very educational music math worksheets to spice up your fall piano lesson activities and engage your new and returning beginners!
4 Ways to Use Growth Mindset Coloring Pages in Your Piano Studio
Using the Growth Mindset Coloring Posters can help foster a culture of excellence within your studio. Whether it’s a studio-wide challenge or for individual students who need encouragment, or for studio decor or creative piano binder cover ideas, this is a versatile resource that can be used within your piano studio!
7 Creative Activities for First Piano Lessons
Are you looking for engaging and creative activities for first piano lessons that will wow your young beginners? In this blog post, I’ll be highlighting seven fabulous resources that are perfect to use during a beginner’s first few piano lessons, and sharing various ways to use these fun, yet essential resources and as a result, retain students longer!
4 Perfect Summer Piano Lesson Resources
Having specific summer piano lesson resources that can be used studio-wide, for every single student, regardless of level, makes planning so easy! Choosing a game such as the “Ledger Line Music Spelling Game” – a game that you might be too busy to play during the school year – gets students excited about summer piano lessons because it’s something fresh and fun (and beneficial).
Using Games to Teach Piano Students How to Improvise
Improvisation is a valuable skill for piano students to develop because it can enhance their creativity, musicianship, and confidence. By using games to teach piano students to improvise, you can help your students build their improvisation skills gradually, with a focus on having fun!
7 Unique Ways to Rock Your First Month of Piano Lessons with Activities Students Love
Want to rock your first month of teaching very young beginner piano students and ensure that they keep coming back for more lessons? This exciting, creative, very affordable bundle of 14 resources will save you time and money. Your students will love the games and activities, and you’ll love the positive results!
10 Ways to Use Sight-Reading Games in Piano Lessons
The Feed the Music Monster Piano Sight-Reading Games Bundle can be used for sight-reading games in piano lessons, plus ear-training, solfege singing, online lessons, and group classes, with students of all ages. In this article you’ll find tips for adapting the sight-reading cards for group classes and online lessons. There are even ideas on how the cards can be used for simple ensemble activities in group piano classes.
5 Ways to Use Music Coloring Pages for First Piano Lessons
Calling all unicorns and dinosaurs enthusiasts! Here are some free or very low-cost music colouring worksheets designed to help young beginner piano students review finger numbers, piano keys, basic music symbols, and notes of the middle C position. Read on to discover five ways to use these adorable colouring pages today!