There is a good chance that if you have piano students who love dinosaurs, they also love Lego. And if you have piano students who love Lego, then they probably enjoy building things.
Sometimes, it can be a challenge for teachers to motivate these kids. After all, they are much more interested in moving and “doing” than sitting still on a bench.
Connecting with these students means blending together their interests and their music.
In today’s post, we’ll show you how your kids can “build” a piano piece using our dinosaur-themed note printing activity.
It is sure to capture the interests of even your busiest piano students!
Dinosaur Music For Your Piano Students
You can download today’s activity at the bottom of this post, but first…
If you have primer piano students who devour all things “dinosaur”, they will be very excited about our big book release next week.
Last week we added The Cat, the Mermaid, and the Soaking Wet Songbook (available here on Amazon) to Andrea And Trevor Dow’s Very Useful Piano Library. It is our second release after, I Dig Piano (available here on Amazon).
Andrea And Trevor Dow’s Very Useful Piano Library is our newest book series and publishing adventure. It will grow to be a 17-level (A to Q) early piano collection to be used alongside your primer and level 1 method books for young piano students.
Next week, we’ll be releasing the third book in Andrea And Trevor Dow’s Very Useful Piano Library.
For now, we’ll let you check out the cover of My Piano Teacher Is Prehistoric!
Designed for early primer students, next week’s book contains dinosaur songs and supplementary activities for students who are just getting started in middle C position and are playing on the grand staff with A, B, C, D, and E.
Coming next week…
Let’s Build Some Dinosaur Music!
To get your kids excited about next week’s piano book, use this note printing activity to make some dinosaur music.
With your assistance, have them follow along with the simple instructions to build the piano piece. Once they are finished, encourage them to perform the music while you sing along.
Click on the image below to download the dinosaur note printing activity.