Yesterday was Trevor’s birthday. And on his birthday he spent his time doing what he loves most… making music fun!
And I say that without irony or sarcasm. He really does love making piano printables for your students.
I told him to sit back and relax, but sitting is not something he does well.
So, because it was his birthday, today we are sharing some cupcake-inspired, note reading coloring pages for your piano students.
If you have already wrapped up teaching for the summer, these pages can be included in porch pick-ups or emailed to your students.
Either way, relaxing with some coloring pages while reinforcing some note reading is something your kiddos will be bound to enjoy.
Before You Download Today’s Resource…
Did you hear about our newest resource released on Tuesday?
In Andrea And Trevor Dow’s Playing With Note Printing Activity Book For Piano, Book 1 our innovative learning approach gets kids note printing full piano pieces.
That’s right… the kids put the music on the page. Following our note guides, they build piano pieces that they can actually play.
Kids find this super-satisfying. But the motivational exercises don’t end there.
In addition to creating the music, in Andrea and Trevor Dow’s Playing With Note Printing Activity Book For Piano, Book 1, kids also use their note printing skills to complete mazes, spelling activities, note sorts, and patterning paths.
Download Our Cupcake Note Reading Coloring Pages
Today we are sharing a pack of three Cupcake Note Reading Coloring pages for your primer level 1, 2, and 3 piano students. Each page has a specific focus on commonly-confused notes.
To download today’s printable pack, as well as many additional fun theory activities, visit Teach Piano Today’s Homework Pages (click the pink button below).