Space and Line Notes DINO Worksheets

Space and Line Notes DINO Worksheets

Parents are always surprised when their children start learning notes on the staff in two-three lessons. For many of them, who have never learned or played an instrument, the notation is almost like the art of Chinese hieroglyphs. It is always fun to see parent’s amusement when their children do exercises and name notes, and […]

Black Keys! Why start the piano journey with learning it?

Printable Black Keys Flashcards

The easiest and most logical way to introduce a new student to the piano is by learning the keyboard. While note reading and recognition on the staff and keyboard are quite a challenge, it might as well be postponed until the second/third lesson. Getting to know the white and black keys pattern could be a […]

Halloween Theory Printables for the Piano Studio

Halloween Theory Printables

With a Halloween just around the corner, all piano studios are getting ready for the spooky holiday. Decorated pianos, costumes, and themed props are being taken out of the boxes. The need for the holiday-themed theory activities provoked me to make a few worksheets for this week’s lessons. Subscribe today to our newsletter and stay […]

A Magical Way to Reinforce Note Learning

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The success of learning piano depends on a few factors. One of them is very clear and simple, but taking quite a long time until succession. It is a reading of music notation, especially with the children. Their brain is curious and learning fast. The mastering of anything has to be in a game-like environment. […]

Four the Best Piano Studio Office Helpers

Have you ever wish to have elves in your studio to help with all that “not fun at all” everyday lessons preparation routine? Have you ever been frustrated and annoyed with the size of your preparatory workload? Well, here are four little things to make your life a hundred times easier. Here is my list of […]

Sight Reading as an Everyday Exercise

Sight-reading often appears to be one of the most important elements of a lesson, hence it must always be included in your lesson. Ear training, rhythm, creative and play at sight exercises are vital when you are growing a well-rounded and successful musician. Yet this type of activity is often neglected by many teachers. Even […]

Musical Imagination

There is no doubt about the importance of imagination in the formation of a creative personality. We cannot teach imagination, but as teachers, we can model it. We can help our students to collect building blocks and lay a stable foundation of a successful artistic musician with a vivid imagination. Ability to regenerate the composer’s […]

Music Staff Paper

Free Music Staff Paper

Being a teacher for a quite long time, I noticed an urgent need for music staff paper. There are hundreds of free printables around. 8 staff, 12 staff, 1 staff. Nonetheless, I am desperate for that special note of staff paper. Students of all ages and abilities require this seemingly simple tool. They might be four […]

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Having the ability to play instruments and piano especially has been known to improve brain ability, helps to promote creativity, bring enjoyment, and it also teaches to appreciate the beauty in the world. Everyone can learn and progress in piano studying with a teacher’s creativity, patience, and passion. Being willing to adapt to a student’s […]