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Piano lessons can sometimes feel like a drag, especially when you have to play a song over and over again not knowing what you have to work on. If piano lessons are done right they can be fun exciting and addicting. A great love and passion can come from piano lessons if you can get your self or student excited and passionate. What better way to do that then teaching them in new and exciting ways!  Below are two fun exciting games that can be used in piano lessons! these games are great for beginner students to advance students. These games...

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This game is a great game for the end of a class or lesson. It is a fun intense game that gets students thinking about their music knowledge. See what your students remember and what they may have to work on.  Here are the treble maker rules! Treble Maker Objective : To collect as many cards before time runs out. step 1: set the time for how long you want to play. Step 2: Player one chooses a card from the deck, and answers the question that is on the card. Step 3: If player one gets the question correct they keep the...

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Rhythm Teaching Games This is a great game that will help your students with learning finger numbers as well as understanding basic rhythms. It is a fun exciting game that your students will be asking for over and over again.    As you can see students hop their fingers across the hopscotch board, each note they land on they must keep their finger their for the value of the note. For example if they land on a half note they keep their finger on that half note and count to 2.  Each  hop scotch board is worth so many points....

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Ever thought of using Play - Doh in your music lessons? Well let me tell you, it works wonders! Using play-doh will give you a true hands on experience of learning notes and rhythms. I believe  this is a great way to help students! Instead of just having students repeat over and over again what notes are or what certain rhythms or symbols are have them use their hands and create it with play-doh!       Have students Create music rhythms: Treble Clef Bass Clef Repeat Sign Coda Double Bar Line First and second endings        ...

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Ever thought of having a themed recital? No better way to start then music around the world. Music around the world is a very simple theme to put together since it falls under so many songs! What you will need:    Flag Banners                                                                          Table Cloths                                      ...

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