Home Practice Cards for Parents
18 brightly-coloured cards that can be printed, laminated and given to piano parents to help support their child’s piano practice routine.
10,050: the number of minutes between a weekly 30-minute piano lesson.
Parents need help to know how to support their child’s piano practice between lessons.
This resource consists of 18 brightly-coloured cards that can be printed, laminated and given to piano parents – giving them ideas about how to support their child’s piano practice routine. (They work particularly well as fridge magnets!)
“That sounded a bit tricky, can you tell me why?” (encourage reflection)
“I wonder if you can start playing at bar…” (stop the starting-at-bar-1 habit)
“Teach me to play something” (the best way to learn more deeply)
There’s a video inside the Educating Piano Parents Curiosity Box featuring ‘7 curious ways to use the Home Practice Cards’. Here we look at the rationale behind these cards, outline the different types of cards and explore 7 ways to use them. CLICK HERE FOR ACCESS. Members of The Community will need to be logged-in.
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Primary School (4-11), Secondary School (11-16)
Beginner (Initial), Early Elementary (Grade 1), Elementary (Grade 2), Early Intermediate (Grade 3)
Planning, Practice Skills
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