The first five minutes of a piano lesson are critical. If you can capture the attention of a student in the first five minutes, the rest of the lesson will be a breeze. Too often, however, piano lessons are anything but breezy… because the first five minutes are composed of mundane, boring, technical warm-ups.
But that’s about to change!
With the piano resource we’re previewing in today’s post, the first five minutes of lessons will go from dull to dynamite as your students have a blast improving their finger flexibility, hand extensions and finger speed. Keep reading to learn more.
Rock The First 5 Minutes Of A Lesson With Lead Sheets
K-Crew and the Urban Keys is August’s book of the month from Teach Piano Today’s PianoBookClub. The 18 late-elementary lead sheets in this book will infuse energy into the first five minutes of your piano lessons as your kids warm up their fingers while enjoying the creativity that lead sheets provide.
K-Crew and the Urban Keys is divided into three stellar sections: Hip Hop Hand Extensions, Full Out Fingers, and Freestyle Finger Flex. Each section contains an inspiring instructional page and six lead sheets designed to help your students master skill-building warm-ups.
With simple-to-follow teacher pages, this book will get you and your students rockin’ out to lead sheets in no time, even if you’ve never taught using lead sheets before.
Preview “K-Crew and the Urban Keys”
K-Crew and the Urban Keys was August 2017’s Book of the Month from PianoBookClub. To see this month’s book visit PianoBookClub.com.