Once a month, Andrea 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.
On the final Monday of piano lessons a few years ago I forgot to get my piano students an end-of-year gift (I blamed it on baby-induced sleep deprivation).
I felt awful. I like to thank my piano students for letting me be their teacher, and sending them off for the summer without a little gift left my teaching year feeling incomplete. Fortunately, I recovered from my baby brain, and every year since I’ve been able to send my kids off for the summer with a little parting gift.
In my early teaching years, I would give my students a music-inspired trinket. These days though, rather than a trinket, I like to send my kiddos home with a gift that does double-duty… a gift that makes them feel appreciated and keeps their musical minds moving.
The “Two Birds With One Stone” Piano Student Gift
If you are looking for an end-of-year gift that will make your kids feel appreciated and inspire them to exercise their musical minds, then you may want to send them home with one of our games from Teach Piano Today’s PianoGameClub.
Our games are fun, funny, and attractive. And because we send our members four new games each and every month, you will have a gift that meets the needs of each and every one of your piano students.
Below is a picture of how I package up a game as an-end-of year gift for piano students. Inside the two-pocket folder is the game board, the cards and the “how to play” sheet… everything they need to have “piano theory fun” at home during the summer with siblings or parents.
Preview May’s Games Below
If you are not already a member of PianoGameClub and think that receiving new piano games every month like Mighty Mares, Snap and Be Snapped, Waddle To The Warm Land and Nutty For Note Stems sounds exciting, then click on the image below to see sample pages from May’s set.
If you like what you see and want to become a member of PianoGameClub, visit PianoGameClub here to sign up today for just $8 a month.