Is our note-reading buddy, Maxwell A. Skunk, filling your studio with giggles yet? Maxwell is the star of our most recent release from PianoBookClub, Smells Like Treble… Starring Maxwell A. Skunk.
He is also the star of the early elementary piano game you can download in today’s post!
We’ve been receiving rave reviews from teachers whose students are having a blast learning Treble C position repertoire while following along with the comical chaos that results when our skittish, piano-playing skunk confuses “treble” with “trouble”.
In fact, just the other day teachers wrote us to say…
“The kids LOVED it and I love that I now have a “series” of animal friends who are learning to play the piano 🙂 I read the teacher’s part and my students read the animal part and you have to see the smiles and laughs. So much fun 🙂 Thank you!!!! Keep up the AWESOME work!”
“OH, my – this month’s book is adorable! What a lovely thing to wake up to in this morning’s email: this month’s PianoBookClub Book! Absolutely adorable!”
Click Below To Preview “Smells Like Treble”
If you click on the image below you can check out a 10-page preview of Smells Like Treble… Starring Maxwell A. Skunk. And if you like what you see you can learn more about PianoBookClub here.
In Smells Like Treble, Maxwell A. Skunk takes your young piano students on a laugh-out-loud journey while eagerly exploring note reading in Treble C position. And, because B, A, and G below Middle C smell… I mean sound… so sweet with the notes in Treble C position, Maxwell will teach your students those ones too!
If May’s Book of the Month looks like the motivational tool you need to reinforce note reading with your littlest learners, become a member of Teach Piano Today’s PianoBookClub for just $8 US monthly and we’ll get you started today with Smells Like Treble.
A Printable Piano Game To Accompany “Smells Like Treble”
Don’t Scare the Skunk is a printable piano game to accompany this month’s book and to reinforce recognition of notes in Treble C position.
While this game can be used as a wonderful stand-alone resource, using it in conjunction with Smells Like Treble is bound to create a lesson experience that kids and parents will rave about!
You can download Don’t Scare the Skunk here.
Think repertoire like Smells like Treble… Starring Maxwell A. Skunk would get a lot of giggles in your studio? Check out Teach Piano Today’s PianoBookClub to get your hands on the most exciting piano studio repertoire for just $8 US a month.