This is a musical version of the popular Spot-It/Dobble game. Directions are included! Enjoy!
***01/23/2017 This file has been updated! In an effort to save paper, there are now 6 circular cards per page. The images are also crisper.
The Great Chocolate Box Competition is a musical game for 2 players/teams, designed to strengthen note reading and finger number recognition. Players take turns drawing cards, playing the notes on the piano with the correct finger numbers, and then
Practice reading notes on the grand staff and matching those notes to the correct keys on the piano! This game includes a game board, two game pieces, and music note cards.
Players will take turns drawing music note cards. The player will correctly
Help Marie, the Nutcracker, and their friends race to the top of the gigantic Christmas tree in this fun elementary level theory game! Players need to identify ascending/descending seconds and thirds in order to move their piece up the tree.
This game reviews basic piano technique concepts (sitting position at the piano, proper hand posture, finger numbers, relaxed arm/arm weight, curved fingers, etc). Students draw cards and place leaves on a tree after they complete the direction on
Engaging game that teaches and reviews step and skip intervals on the keyboard and the staff. Variations are included for ear-training, young beginners, and note-reading. This game is designed for two or more players!
This PDF contains images and tips to help preschoolers develop stage presence and prepare for piano recitals.
Two versions are included in this PDF:
One version is in black and white (printer friendly) and may be used as coloring sheets.
Perfect to keep in your student's lesson folder/binder, this page includes the C, G, F, and D Major Pentascales with triads, a place to record date of completion, and keyboard diagrams to notate finger numbers.
Perfect to keep in your student's lesson folder/binder, this page includes the C, G, F, and D Minor Pentascales with triads, a place to record date of completion, and keyboard diagrams to notate finger numbers.
This is an ear training worksheet for beginning pianists. Play major seconds and major thirds throughout (these may be broken or blocked, depending on your student’s level). Give your student an example of each prior to going through the