By the time your piano students have reached the end of a Level 2 method book, they have typically mastered note reading on the grand staff and the basics of rhythm. At this point, it becomes time to focus on their ability to play in a variety of key signatures.
While this transition can be exciting for some piano students, many see key signatures as a frustrating stumbling block on their musical journey.
But, with resources like our book WunderKeys Intermediate Pop Studies For Piano 1 and today’s key signature board game, more and more students are discovering that key signatures are fun, not frustrating! So, grab the game below and have a blast reviewing key signatures with your teens.
Reinforcing Key Signatures With A Game of Strategy
Today’s key signature game (found at the bottom of the post) can be used as a standalone activity or in coordination with our book, WunderKeys Intermediate Pop Studies For Piano 1.
WunderKeys Intermediate Pop Studies For Piano 1 contains 63 jam-packed pages of pop-infused piano studies. Covering the keys of C Major, A Minor, G Major, E Minor, F Major, and D Minor, the units in this book contain scale practice piano solos, lead sheet triad training, chord-focused sight-reading, lap tap clap rhythm training, and left-hand pattern improv practice. Within every unit, your piano students will get comfortable playing in the aforementioned key signatures through focused, “popified” studies that are designed to help them internalize the fingering patterns and hand shapes they need to know… all the while playing cool music that sounds nothing like technical work!
Download Today’s Game
To access today’s printable click here or on the image below. This game of strategy is fun for both you and your students to play. You’ll both have a blast while solidifying visual recognition of major and minor key signatures.