Love working with kids age 3 to 6 but feel drained by their intensity? Want more fun and progress for your youngest piano students, without being exhausted by the end of every lesson? Use this book to come out of each group lesson energized for home, family life, and hobbies... and get your students playing accurate rhythms, articulations, and tunes.Come discover how to have tantrum-free lessons where you and your 3 to 6 year old student get all the way through your 45 minute lesson plan and feel energized and smiley at the end. (27 pages including images).
This is for you if you love to sing and move and truly connect with the heart of the student. It's for you if you love nonverbal and intuitive means of communication, and if you believe young kids need musical enrichment both at and away from the bench. This is not for you if you believe in sitting still at the bench and you find preschoolers too busy and wiggly.
It's time to enjoy your young students' progress in rhythm, concentration, and musicality at the piano! Discover tricks at and away from the keyboard to change your studio from chaotic to cooperative.
About the author, Ekanem Ebinne
I've been teaching preschoolers and training their parents and teachers for 15 years. I'm certified in Early Childhood and Elementary General by GIML (Gordon Institute for Music Learning) and a PhD candidate in developmental music psychology at the New University of Lisbon.
- Visit my blog for tutorials and ideas, http://preschoolpianoprogress.weebly.com/blog, and
- Join my facebook community of support to meet other teachers like you! https://www.facebook.com/groups/prekpianoprogressives/
" I love the points about keeping a tranquil space and the helpful timing guides for away-from-keyboard segments. And I really loved the tips on teaching concepts of staccato, legato, phrasing, breathing. This book is so inspiring. I think parents need this as much as teachers!"
-Emily Davidson, Piano Teacher - Mission, Kansas
"This quick-read offers practical tips on teaching piano to preschool aged children. As I read through this book, I realized that these approaches to learning could be applied outside of the music classroom. I highly recommend this book to any teacher AND parent that works with this fun age-group."
-Brandy Woods, Music Educator, woodspianostudio.com
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