Piano Game Resource List

My Favorite Piano Game Resources

Music Alphabet, Piano Key Names
Note Reading
Musical Terms, Symbols
Rhythm
Whole/Half Step, Accidentals, Enharmonics
Intervals
Ear Training
Stem Placement

Chords
Scales
Key Signatures
Music History
Composition/Improv
Multi-Concept

8 comments:

  1. Thank you for putting this list together!

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  2. You might like this one that I put together :) It's basically a musical version of Spot-It! https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Middle-C-I-See-2578159

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    1. I bought this and love it! Thank you for sharing!

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  3. This is an amazing list! I'm definitely pinning this to my group boards :)

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  4. Great list :-)
    ? what does PA stand for?
    I figured out that SP = Susan Paradis
    Thank You for sharing your ideas

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  5. Piano Anne - Unfortunately Anne Crosby Gaudet discontinued her blog with these resources so I removed the hyperlink but keep it in my list so I remember to use them.

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  6. What an impressive list! I'm preparing for lesson start up in August and am printing out games to use. This will be a great resource. Thanks! What do you store your games in? I can't tell from the picture. I'm brainstorming storage ideas too as my studio space is small.

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  7. My game card storage pockets are made from a a large sheet of clear vinyl tablecloth vinyl, with strips sewn on to form pockets. I inherited it from my mom but I have seen the vinyl sold on a roll at Walmart and Joann's. I used to store it under a couch to pull out for lessons, but now that I have a dedicated piano room, it hangs nicely on the closet wall using Command picture hanging strips. I store the game boards in expandable files with dividers that you can see pictured on this post http://heidispianonotes.blogspot.com/search?q=organization.

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