And I thought I knew about all the best places for free teaching resources…

…well I was wrong! As I mentioned yesterday, in looking through some of the websites that teachers sent me, I found some really gems. One in particular merited an immediate subscription to the blog feed and a mental note to come back and peruse in more depth for some specific resources. If you haven’t seen it, you have got to check out Jen’s Piano Studio Blog!

Jen has some wonderfully creative and helpful (and free!) game and activity ideas and worksheets that you can download and use in your studio. I really love this Major/minor scale identification manipulative activity set with little feet representing the half and whole steps. What fun! I also love these Symbol Search worksheets. What a great way to help students identify all the symbols they should know in a piece of music. I’m sure you’ll have as much fun exploring this site as I did!

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