For primer and level 1 piano students, note reading is central to every piano lesson. Teachers play games, make worksheets, and sing clever songs so kids can learn their notes.
Once kids become capable note readers in Middle C position and the C and G 5-finger scales, they know enough notes to make keep them content in their piano method books for quite a long time.
Then, by the time ledger lines enter intermediate repertoire, many teachers feel that teens are beyond note reading games and activities.
Which, of course, they are not.
Teen piano students love to play note reading games. And more importantly, teen piano students need to play note reading games!
Today’s ledger line printables will show your teen piano students how to have fun with note reading all over again.
A Homework Activity For Ledger Line Learning
Just like your littlest students, intermediate piano kids need a break from the bench too. Teens, who are not used to performing piano practice away from the piano, will discover that our printable activities are a refreshing break.
Designed as print and play activities, your teens need only a pencil and the printables to start learning their ledger lines (or a Zoom screen!)
And don’t forget… if you’re looking for more ways to inspire your teen piano students, make the switch to WunderKeys Intermediate Pop Studies For Teens. This popular method book series is the only way to inspire today’s teens to master scales, chords, triads, and left-hand patterns.
To download our ledger lined activities for teens, as well as many additional fun theory activities, visit Teach Piano Today’s Homework Pages (click the pink button after the image below).