Do you teach piano students who are working in a level 2 method book?
At this level, you would assume that time spent learning to read notes on the staff would be a thing of the past.
Of course, it is not.
There will always be kids who struggle with note reading. In addition, there will always be notes that trip up kids who, otherwise, are pretty good note readers.
Kids entering level 2 method books are often exploring the G 5-finger scales. For the most part, these scales contain familiar notes.
But there are still some that cause issues; particularly Low G, A, and B, and Treble A and B.
Today we have created two note reading games that reinforce these notes. Use them with your late level 1 or early level 2 piano students.
Before You Download Today’s Printables
While today’s note reading games work well as standalone activities, they work wonders for students who are entering into WunderKeys Elementary Piano Lesson Book 2A.
Jam-packed with pop-infused piano studies, technical exercises, sight-reading, lap tap clap rhythm work, teacher-student duets, classical pop cross overs, and improvisation, this book has been a #1 New Release on Amazon since it was first published on August 23rd.
WunderKeys Elementary Piano Lesson Book 2A explores the G Major and G Minor 5-Finger Scales, the D Major and D Minor 5-Finger Scales, and the A Major and A Minor 5-Finger Scales as well as eighth rests, dotted eighth note rhythms, pick-up bars, and left-hand patterns. Your students will also get to explore technique in this book including pedaling, phrasing, and hand balance.
WunderKeys Elementary Piano Lesson Book 2A is available on Amazon.
Now… On To Today’s Level 1/2 Note Reading Games
To download today’s level 1/2 note reading games In the G 5-finger scales, as well as many additional fun theory activities, visit Teach Piano Today’s Homework Pages (click the pink button below).
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