Rhythm Circle Throwback Thursday
Rhythm Circle for 16ths

Today’s Throwback Thursday goes really way back. I first drew these by hand for my students when I was a classroom music teacher. It makes it really easy for students to learn how many 16ths equal a whole note. In a way, this worksheet goes along with my previous post a few days ago about […]

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Stuck in the Method Book

Have you ever had students reach pre-middle school age and you realize they have not made a lot of progress in piano over the years? When students get to a certain age, usually about 4th or 5th grade, they become embarrassed that they are playing baby-sounding pieces. We would like to give them something harder, […]

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Webinar Workshops – Unlimited Self Study!

Make it a summer of self-study! For many years, my friend and piano pedagogy expert Elizabeth Gutierrez has been presenting online piano teaching webinar workshops for piano teachers. They have been on varied topics including technique, expressive playing, pupil saving pieces, artistry, teaching ideas, and even book reviews. These video mini workshops cover just about […]

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2019-2020 Studio Calendar
Studio Calendar for the academic year 2019-2020 with space in the middle for teachers to type in their studio schedule.

The 2019-2020 school year calendar is now in the store! Do you have students who are always asking when they need to get a piece memorized or the date of a festival? Then try these specially designed calendars for teachers, students, and parents who have activities scheduled for the school year. Each month of the […]

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NoteBoys Bundle Two
The NoteBoys comics teach music theory the fun way.

• New! NoteBoys Bundle Two • You asked for more NoteBoys, and here they are! The NoteBoys second bundle is now available with their unique and zany way to teach music theory. My students actually laugh out loud when they read these posters that explain music theory concepts in an easy-to-understand comic book format. I’ve been […]

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Throwback Thursday: Step Skipping Along Game
Step and Skip Game

The Step Skipping Along game is a colorful board game to help students learn to quickly identify steps and skips on the grand staff. Since it was over five years ago when I revised and reposted it, I thought it would make a good ThrowBack Thursday. The following is a reprint from the original post […]

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