Piano Teacher's Resource Kit


Publisher: Hal Leonard
Format: Books | Storybook

The Piano Teacher's Resource Kit is the ultimate teaching tool!

Inside you will find over 80 fun and challenging activities and resources spanning five carefully organized levels of difficulty to meet the needs of your entire studio, from beginning to advanced students.

The reproducible pages include valuable resources for Piano teachers and music teachers alike.

  • The worksheets, puzzles and games are created in 5 levels from beginner to intermediate.
  • Over 80 pages of worksheets on note-spelling, rhythm, chords, key signatures, Sudoku games, crossword puzzles, practice charts and more!
  • All pages are perforated for ease of copying.
Perfect for group or private instruction, teachers will appreciate the wide variety of activities and well-graded worksheets that can be used over and over again.
ISBN: 9781423489573
Published on: 08 October 2010
No of pages: 88
Language: English
Catalogue No: HL00296802

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        Scores 6.8 out of 10 based on 4 reviews
        8 out of 10


        France GB Always in need of
        Well designed worksheets
        Perhaps more for the lower levels
        Confirmed purchase: 14 November 2017
        Published on: 28 November 2017
        8 out of 10


        Bradford GB
        Clear pages that can be copied at will
        Very large font, therefore each page doesn't have many exercises
        Confirmed purchase: 26 September 2016
        Published on: 14 October 2016
        6 out of 10


        This has some very useful resources which compliments those I already use.
        The pack is very expensive for what it is,and unfortunately for UK students it uses American terminology for note durations
        Confirmed purchase: 17 July 2015
        Published on: 02 August 2015

        Musicroom Reviews

        This book contains numerous worksheets that can be reproduced. Some take the form of puzzles and have bare enjoyed by students, however some of them do not seem to offer much music educational benefit, ie Rhythm Sudokus and others contain errors (Scramble).
        Anonymous - (Calne, United Kingdom)
        A really good idea in principle, but a major drawback for me was that it is an American publication, so US music terminology is used, such as measures, half notes, quarter notes etc. I felt that for this reason it was going to be too confusing for my young pupils, so returned it. However, if it does not bother you, I think it would be an excellent resource, as it is full of worksheets and record keeping sheets for the teacher. I would love to see an edition produced for the UK market.
        Anonymous - (Lancaster, United Kingdom)
        This is a useful idea, but unfortunately is of American origin using American terms such s quarter notes and half notes etc. You are therefore likely to use only part of the book.
        Anonymous - (Wantage, United Kingdom)
        A lovely idea, but as the author is American, the notes are described as quarter notes instead of crotchets etc, so for young children who are taught to describe notes in English, rather than American, it is confusing and not helpful. I also found that the level of difficulty exercise-to-exercise sometimes missed out large gaps.
        Anonymous - (MAIDSTONE, United Kingdom)

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