While cruising social media, do you see other teachers using piano printables created by myself or Trevor and think to yourself, “Hey! How did I miss that one?”
Do you know that every Saturday we have a second, “not-so-secret” email newsletter that sends weekly piano printables to teachers?
That’s right… we have two email newsletters!
Our TeachPianoToday Newsletter comes out on most Tuesdays and Thursdays.
And, on every Saturday morning, we have a second newsletter called, Growing With WunderKeys. Teachers who are a part of this newsletter receive WunderKeys-themed printables once a week.
Not a WunderKeys teacher? That doesn’t matter! While our Saturday morning printables are themed to work with our WunderKeys Method Books, they work equally well as standalone activities.
Want to see what you’re missing out on? In today’s post we’re showcasing 5 amazing piano printables that we’ve sent out on Saturday mornings.
And then, if you like what you see, we’ll tell you how to become a part of the Growing With WunderKeys Newsletter.
A Showcase Of WunderKeys Piano Printables
The printables below are part of a collection that goes out to members of the Growing With WunderKeys Newsletter. If you want to get in on these free printables that arrive every Saturday morning, visit the WunderKeys website here.
Let’s get started on our Saturday morning showcase:
1. Cut And Play Piano Puzzles
In our most recent send-out we gave piano teachers some Cut and Play Primer Piano Puzzles. These printables reinforce keyboard awareness, are simple to set up, and are absolutely adored by children. You can learn more about them here.
2. A Primer Piano Sing-Along For Struggling Note Readers
If you teach piano to little kids, then you know that sing-alongs are simply part of the job. Our youngest piano players love to take part in silly songs that help them tackle their piano lesson struggles. With this printable, we provided teachers with an adorable tune that solves students’ struggles with reading B vs D. Check it out here.
3. Mini Key Cards To Connect Notes To Keys
Do you have piano students who can read notes and name keys but can’t make a connection between the two? With our Mini Key Card printable your students can reinforce this skill by putting together a puzzle directly on your piano keys. Learn more about it here.
4. Piano Solos For Special Days
Whenever special days or holidays come around, you can bet they we are composing a tune to welcome the occasion! Whether it’s New Years, Christmas, Valentine’s Day, Easter, or a loose tooth, we’re creating songs to celebrate. Scroll through the posts here to check out songs we’ve sent in the past.
5. Piano Punch Cards To Inspire Piano Practice
Inspiring piano students to practice is every teacher’s greatest struggle. With our Growing With WunderKeys piano printables we tackle this issue on a regular basis. Our Piano Practice Punch Cards have been a huge hit with members of our Growing With WunderKeys Newsletter. You can preview our Practice Punch Cards here.
Okay, So How Do I Get All Of The Piano Printables?
To receive the piano printables above and many, many more you have to sign up for the Growing With WunderKeys Newsletter. This is a completely different (free) newsletter then the TeachPianoToday Newsletter which comes out on Tuesdays and Thursdays. If you’re already a member, use the password that you received in Saturday’s email.