Regardless of your age, there is a good chance you grew up with Mr. Potato Head. The innovative mix and match toy made potatoes exciting… and that’s saying something.
Potatoes, like technical exercises on the piano, can sometimes be a little boring. But as Mr. Potato Head proved, if you throw a little mix and match creativity into the mix, anything can be exciting!
If you’re struggling to find ways to spruce up technical exercise for your youngest piano students, today’s mix and match piano printable will be a useful addition to your teaching repertoire.
Use the printable as a screen share during online lessons or email it home as a piano practice activity to be used daily. Because of its mix and match nature, the printable stays fresh and motivating longer than regular technical exercises.
Some Mix And Match Fun For Music Lessons
Do your piano students ignore piano and forte signs? Are they stubborn with staccato and lazy with legato? If so, today’s printable will give them some motivation to pay attention to dynamics and articulation.
With a game-based approach, your kids will move from being note strikers to piano players with emotion. Requiring only the printable and a die, getting started with this simple homework activity is easy-peasy.
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