How to Practice Piano: Tips for Exercises OFF the Keys! [Infographic]
Did you know it's possible to practice piano even when you're not around your instrument? These infographics will show you piano practice tips & exercises.
Freebie Scales and Triad worksheet Major and Minor
A quick worksheet for students to write down both fingerings and scales as well as the triads ( root, 1st and 2nd inversion ). Happy teaching :) Would appreciate your feedback !!
Being able to identify intervals immediately is an essential skill for sight reading. That’s why I like to do all I can to get my students to identify an interval by sight as quickly as possible. This game helps do just that! This game is also a helpful assessment tool for me to see just […]
The Yellow Brick Road Blog
Free printable melody and rhythm cards to use during instrument exploration day. Fantastic ideas for having elementary music students explore new instruments in the music classroom!
Best Piano Practice Chart Ever | My Fun Piano Studio
This piano practice chart is designed to help students practice more, practice better & learn to be accountable for their progress. Click here to print free
I did it! I created my own Musical Jenga game. I got the inspiration from the Sing A New Song blog, who in turn got the idea from someone on the Faber Piano Adventures forums. (To view a list of other favorite games with musical spins, click here.) I found an off-brand version of the Jenga game… Continue reading Musical Jenga!
This morning with my homeschool music class, I played this game with my students: As I was lesson planning last night, I was trying to think of a new way to practice the names of the piano keys. My homeschool music class is mostly a music history class, but we’ve been learning basic music/piano concepts… Continue reading Spell-A-Keyboard Game
Teen beginner? Double down on rhythm and coordination skills
This free printable is the perfect way to boost your teen beginner's skills - improve rhythmic understanding AND the coordination needed to play hands together.
My first Music Composition or Chord Leading Chart which is in Dmajor and its relative Minor Bminor. I really like the way this came out and will do most of the major keys here. Did the first in D because I really like the DADGAD tuning on acoustic guitar.