First Studio Newsletter!

Charlotte's Piano Studio's FIRST EVER newsletter is now available! This includes information on the last week of lessons, our upcoming recital, fall registration and more.

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Black Key Groups

Here's a  worksheet I created recently to send home with a student after our Introductory Visit or their very first lesson! I specifically avoided using "twin" and "triplet" in the description for the young students who are not familiar with those terms.

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Match Them Up!

My students are great at remembering the number of beats/counts a note receives, but some of them struggle with connecting the number of beats/counts to the note name itself. For example, if I ask "How many counts does a quarter note get?", a few of my students have difficulty finding the answer until I point at a quarter note. I created this worksheet ...

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Pipe Cleaner Rhythm Game

This is a fun rhythm game you can make to use with your students. All you need is a package of pipe cleaners and buttons -- all from the Dollar Store! I cut every pipe cleaner in half and then made notes (half and whole), numbers, and dynamics. Students can make their own rhythms using whichever time signature they choose. Here's ...

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Bingo Stampin’ Fun

Here's a fun game to do at a lesson or group class. Each student takes a Bingo marker and worksheet and goes at it! 1 bingo stamp = 1 count!  

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Music Worksheet

This worksheet has the students identifying quarter, half, dotted half, and whole notes.

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Draw the Symbols…

Here's a simple worksheet for first year beginners!

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Add the Slurs!

This simple worksheet is great to use when teaching students how to draw slurs. Will the slur be drawn above or below the notes?

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High or Low?

Here's a fun way to have students identify high and low sounds/pitches. I've created a worksheet that has students indicate whether the sound a particular animal makes is either high or low. An idea for some extra visuals and sound effects is to create a short PowerPoint presentation to go along with the worksheet. The one I made contains seven slides, each with ...

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Spelling Bees

Who likes spelling bees?? Here are three Spelling Bee worksheets: one for the treble staff, one for the bass staff, and one that uses only keyboard notes for beginners who have recently learned their letter names.                                                                              

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