If You Can’t Beat ‘em, Join ‘em – The Piano Teacher’s Guide To Playing Nice With Sports

Sports vs Piano Lessons

Spring time… the birds are singing, the flowers are blooming, sports are starting… oh crap… sports are starting!  For many piano teachers, spring marks the start of Missed Piano Lessons Season, where … Continue Reading →

Challenge Your Piano Students To A Dynamic Duel… A Free Printable Game!

Dynamic Piano Game

Today we wanted to share with you a piano teaching game that reinforces your piano students' understanding of dynamics while also encouraging them to revisit past piano pieces. The game will pit you … Continue Reading →

A Printable Piano Card Game – Into the New Year With Intervals

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If your New Years resolution was to bring more fun and games to your piano teaching table then we have a great printable to share with you today! Into the New Year With Intervals is a simple piano … Continue Reading →

How To Play “Where’s Wolfgang” in Your Piano Studio Waiting Room

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Nobody enjoys waiting. Whether you’re in a doctor’s office or a piano studio, waiting is boring. For young children, waiting is really boring. So, to combat the boredom, we’ve created a fun little game … Continue Reading →

Have Fun With ‘Wintervals’…A Free Piano Teaching Game!

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Here in Canada it's definitely starting to feel like winter.  And while we don't live in an igloo or ride a dog sled to work, but we are feeling a tad bit frosty here in the Great White North!  And as … Continue Reading →

5 Games to Bake… I Mean Make… Note Reading Fun!

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One of the questions we are asked most frequently is how to make note reading easier for piano students.  While you certainly want to approach note reading in a way that emphasizes in-context … Continue Reading →

Have a ‘Hoot’ With Hand Position Changes – A Printable Piano Game!

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I have been using your tips for a few weeks and they are working! Thank you very much. BUT WAIT! I have one question. I was wondering if you knew of any fun ways to teach young students how to shift … Continue Reading →

A Spectacular Week of Piano Lessons Courtesy of The Dollar Tree and Some Spare Change

Save your coffee money this morning, because for just $10.00 we have a week's worth of piano lesson ideas that will make your piano kids motivated, excited, enthusiastic, happy, gleeful... and a … Continue Reading →