Late last year we shared Mini Key Cards for primer piano students. They went over so well that teachers started asking for a set to use with their level 1 kids.
Now that the busy holiday season is over, we’ve had time to get back to the key cards.
As your piano students move through Level 1 books, the demand on their note reading abilities increases substantially. Where they were once only required to recognize twelve notes, they quickly add to this as they expand into the Treble C Five-Finger Scale and the G Five-Finger Scale.
Along with this flood of additional notes, you should use our WunderKeys Mini Key Cards to make sure your students are making the connection between the notes on a page and the keys on a piano.
Keep reading below to download today’s Mini Key Cards.
Today’s printable contains mini keys cards from low G on the bass staff to high G on the treble staff. To begin, print, cut out and then laminate the mini key cards. We recommend gluing them to dominos (get them from your local dollar store) to make them friendly for small fingers (and to prevent the cards from getting lost between the keys). Next, challenge your student to take each card and place it over its corresponding key on the piano.
These key cards can be used to support your students who are working in WunderKeys Elementary Piano Level 1A and 1B. On Amazon, WunderKeys Elementary Piano Level 1A is available here and WunderKeys Elementary Piano Level 1B is available here.
Click on the button below to download our Level 1 Mini Key Cards from the Members Only Printables section of the Growing With WunderKeys Toolkit. Remember to enter the password found in the email you received today.