After a lesson, piano students have a lot of information buzzing around in their brains. They learn an entire week’s worth of knowledge in just 30 minutes.
To stop their heads from exploding, teachers must keep their students organized using the simplest means possible.
In today’s post, we’re sharing a Keep It Simple Lesson Assignment Sheet to organize home practice and we are also announcing a new resource that will make daily practice a piece of cake!
Let’s Start With Our New Resource
Do you have level 1 piano students who need short, daily technical exercises to keep them progressing and on track?
As students usually do piano homework independently, their at-home tasks must be simple-to-follow, and easy to understand.
And that is why (next week!) we are launching the second book in our series, Andrea And Trevor Dow’s Technical Exercises For Note Reading Success.
Book 2 in the series contains 280 technical exercises (119 pages!) for level 1 piano students that cover the following:
- Note reading in C position (review)
- Note reading in Treble C position
- Note reading in G position
- Intervals of a 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th
- Playing with eighth notes
This is, quite simply, the book that every level 1 piano student needs for frustration-free, effective, daily home practice.
Be on the lookout for the official release next week!
Do you need technical exercises for your primer piano students? Andrea And Trevor Dow’s Technical Exercises For Note Reading Success, Book 1 is available now on Amazon.
Download Today’s “Keep It Simple” Lesson Assignment Sheets
While we have shared many lesson assignment sheets in the past, today’s printable is unique in its simplicity.
When it comes to assigning homework tasks, sometimes you just have to get to the point!
Click on the image below to download today’s piano resource.