Valentine Rhythm Hide and Seek
Why Are You Sleeping? – A Fun Trio with Acting!
For Throwback Thursday I’m posting a very popular Valentine rhythm hide and seek game called Valentine Card Rhythm Hunt. It’s one of the most popular free games on my site because it is fast, easy, and children love it. Read below for the original post. Also, tomorrow is the last day to get the awesome […]
Are You a Line or Space?
Why Are You Sleeping Comic Trio GREAT FOR RECITALS, GROUP LESSONS, AND MUSIC CAMPS! Why Are You Sleeping? trio is a humorous, kid friendly take-off on the traditional round Are You Sleeping. Written for three students at one piano, it works best with students who love to ham it up and are not afraid to over-act. This arrangement is […]
Throwback Thursday More Ornament Moves
For today’s Throwback Thursday I am bringing back something that turned out to be lots of fun as well as helpful. Scroll to the end for the free 5-page PDF. I am always looking for something different to do with my students, to shake things up a bit and add some fun to piano lessons. […]
Chasing the Turkey Game
Scroll to the bottom for the free worksheet Today’s Throwback Thursday features More Ornament Moves, an interval worksheet to help students recognize seconds, thirds, and fifths. There are two more just like this on my site featuring different intervals. Ornament Interval Worksheet Ornament Moves Steps and Skips Worksheet These worksheets work very well on an […]
Thanksgiving Music Crossword
Chasing the Turkey Today’s Throwback Thursday features Chasing the Turkey, a fun and easy Thanksgiving music theory board game. If you’re looking for a Thanksgiving game, I hope your students love this one as much as my students did. I don’t know if it was the farmer with his ax, using dice, or if it […]
Thanksgiving Music Crossword Puzzle Today I am posting a cute Thanksgiving crossword puzzle with easy music vocabulary words. There are twelve beginning music words with my “vintage” hand-drawn turkey in the background. The vocabulary words are usually found in beginning piano method books, so they should be simple enough for your first and second year students. […]