Why Teach Piano Today Readers Will Be Racing To Their Computers On Monday Morning

Today we want to fill you in on one more treat for our Teach Piano Today readers. You can learn about it in the video below… but I hope you take the time to read this first… Whew! What a week! With th … Continue Reading →

Kick Flick: I Know You’ll Make Time For This Soccer-Themed Piano Game

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First off… thank you to everyone who responded to Monday’s PianoGameClub post. With over 700 comments, our website just about blew up! It was wonderful to read everyone’s responses… and to see how exc … Continue Reading →

Ribbit Rhythms: An Action-Packed Piano Game You Can Print And Use This Afternoon

800 responses! That’s how many Teach Piano Today readers took time out of their busy schedules to complete our survey last week for PianoGameClub.com… which launches on November 1st. Like many of you … Continue Reading →

An Egg-cellent Way to Practice Intervals – It’s Piano Game Time


What do you do when you're desperately trying to find a fun way to teach interval recognition and you just happen to have devoured a 12 egg omelette? If you're me… you use that now empty egg carton f … Continue Reading →

Head To The Beach With This Piano Teaching Game!


Is it feeling like summer where you live?  It certainly is here!  And so today we're sharing a beach-themed piano teaching game to keep your kiddos motivated and excited about their lessons through the … Continue Reading →

Chalk This Up As One Fun Summer Piano Game

Summer Piano Game

You know that feeling you get when you walk out of a movie theatre into a still-sunny day? Well, despite a sunny studio, I still get that “emerging from a chrysalis feeling” after a long day spent tea … Continue Reading →

Sly As A Fox – A Fun Piano Printable To Improve Bass Clef Note Reading


Have you been sitting at your computer thinking… "Hmmm… Teach Piano Today hasn't given away a free game lately!"?  If so, then you'll be happy you opened your email today! Yes, we've been busy with th … Continue Reading →

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 →