Today I’m going to be sharing some fantastic online piano teaching resources that will prevent your lesson time from dragging for both you and your students.
A thirty minute or forty-five minute piano lesson should never be spent solely on the bench playing from a book. A great piano teaching resource to help you find some activities to break up your lesson time is susanparadis.com. She has some wonderful theory worksheets, fun piano teaching games, composing activities and even some motivating supplementary material that she has composed for her own piano students. And it’s all free! Definitely worth a look.
The second site is not free, but it’s worth its weight in gold. Visit funmusicco.org for some print and play piano teaching games that will have your students begging for more. It takes only one afternoon to print and assemble the various piano teaching games and then you’ve got them for life.
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