Many piano teachers have a lending library to send home supplementary repertoire with their piano students… but does your lending library include piano games?
Piano teachers are having a blast using our games from PianoGameClub during lesson time and now many are getting really smart and sending them with their students as take-home activities as well.
And we think this is absolutely brilliant… and here’s why:
- A lending library of games gets parents immediately involved in their children’s piano education. Many parents may not have polished piano chops, but sitting down to play a music-based game with their children is a much more realistic option.
- Building on Point 1… take-home piano games help parents build their own musical knowledge. Rarely do we consider helping our parents become more musical, but, wow, does it ever make a difference when parents know their way around some musical concepts. And piano games can help make this happen.
- Games from PianoGameClub look awesome. We work with close to ten different professional artists in creating our games. So when you’re sending home awesome looking games with your students… you look awesome too!
- Finally, take-home piano games are a great way to build upon concepts learned during a piano lesson. And since we send out 4 new piano games to our members each and every month, teachers are building an awesome library of games to match any concept being learned.
So, if you’ve been thinking about adding piano games to your repertoire of teaching tools, click on the image below to see sample pages from the 4 games our members receive in the month of April. If you like what you see, and you’re pretty sure that piano games like Rhythm Thief, Switch Ship, Gophers in the Garden, and Chute2Score will be enjoyed by you and your students, (and their families!) join in on the fun and become a PianoGameClub member.