There are a lot of teachers starting piano lessons this week. That makes it a good time to post this beginning funsheet for Throwback Thursday. Plus, who doesn’t like cherries! It’s free and comes in both color and black & white that students can color. It’s also iPad friendly if you open it in an app made for PDF files such as Notability.

This is for beginning piano students to learn or review some of the basics of piano. Included are finger numbers, left and right hand, and the music alphabet. It makes a good review if you have already taught this in the lesson. Method books present these concepts right away, but I don’t use a method book until I know a little more about the students’ learning style.

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Cherry Popsicles Funsheet

Cherry Popsicles Black and White

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One thought to “Funsheet for Beginners -Throwback Thursday”

  • teresa reid Bonzagni

    hello susan. love your music
    have you discontinued all your pre-reading music?
    thank you
    Teresa reid


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