How to Teach Pre-Reading Music
A tutorial on how to teach pre-reading piano music.

Pre-reading music for the piano is a simplified way to write music notes without a staff to complicate the process. Students can learn the concepts of up and down, finger numbers, rhythm, and hand placements in pre-reading music. Learning to read notes can be very challenging. Pre-reading music gives students an opportunity to become familiar […]

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Power Up Practice – Last Chance to Sign Up

Registration ends Sept. 3 midnight, central time. Many teachers are starting lessons after Labor Day, so I want to remind you that this is the last chance to sign up for the PCPT webinars, Power Up Practice. This series of 6 webinars is entirely about music PRACTICE! They will inspire you and energize your teaching. […]

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Cute Kitten Calendar Set

On sale for $4.99 until May 2! This cute, kitten-themed academic calendar will get you organized and on top of your studio events this year. It starts in August, 2018 and goes through July, 2019. Plus it includes a one page yearly calendar with holidays, and two studio calendars for you to type your schedule […]

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Throwback Thursday Rhythm Pizza

Rhythm Pizza When I first posted Rhythm Pizza it was one of my most popular printables. Teachers from all around the world wrote to me about how using this hands-on approach helped teach rhythm values.  Over the years it seems to be forgotten, buried in long ago posts. You can find the original post here.  […]

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