Once a month, Trevor and I take a quick break from our regular blog posts to share the latest games from our monthly resource PianoGameClub. If you’re looking to pump up the fun in your lessons, then check out our game previews at the end of this post.
For many teachers and students, January marks the beginning of a long, unbroken stretch of piano lessons.
While the uninterrupted period between now and spring break is great for continuous skill-building, it can also be a time when piano students lose motivation.
This means January is THE month to fill your teaching bag with motivational magic!
Bring Motivational Magic To Your Studio With These Games
To make sure monotony doesn’t creep into your studio at this time of year, you’ll need to break out some piano games with your students each and every week during the coming months.
And if you need great games, PianoGameClub from Teach Piano Today is where to get them!
January’s games from PianoGameClub will have your piano students grinning from ear to ear as they reinforce aural recognition of legato and staccato, learn about sharps in major key signatures, practice searching for Gs on the grand staff, and build awareness of dominant and diminished chords.
If you’re not already a member of Teach Piano Today’s PianoGameClub, click on the image below to flip through sample pages from this month’s piano games.