Many parents of your students are likely unable to play the piano. Because of this, their ability to continue your teaching at home is limited.
But involving these not-so-musical parents in home practice can mean the difference between a student sticking with piano lessons and a student giving up.
Today we have created a fun, finger number board game that can be played in lessons with you, or at home with those not-so-musical parents.
By touching base with a parent for two minutes after a lesson, you can quickly explain finger numbering and then that parent will be ready to play the game.
In this busy world, where families spend most of their time in a car, kids crave one-on-one attention from a parent.
Our finger number board game will provide parents and kids with a moment to connect while reinforcing an important primer piano concept.
The Flippers and Fingers Board Game
Today’s board game (available below) is designed to be used alongside our newest book, Chillin’ On The Black Keys.
While the board game can easily be used as a standalone activity, your early primer piano students will be over the moon when you combine these resources for an awesome lesson experience.
Chillin’ On The Black Keys is a pre-reading resource that is leveled for early primer piano students. Children using this book will gain confidence using finger numbers to play quarter, half, and whole notes on black keys.
Inside you will discover 8 loveable piano pieces with lyrics, rhythm reading games, finger number exercises, a note printing activity, a coloring activity, a practice tracker, and a certificate of achievement.
Click here or on the cover below to get it today.
Download Our Finger Number Board Game
Click on the image below to download today’s board game. Instructions are included that explain everything you need to have a blast reinforcing finger numbers.