Do your young students have trouble telling their left hand from their right hand? Here is an awesome worksheet for working on this very thing! The worksheet also helps students remember that the left hand makes an L between the thumb and index finger. How clever! Enjoy looking at the various gloves and deciding which hand belongs to each. Download below!
“How much did you practice this week?” is a question that pops up frequently. But perhaps the better question would be “How did your practice go this week?” Practicing encompasses so much more than a quantity of time, and it is a major step towards practice independence when students are able to self-evaluate what went well or what needs improvement. Over the years, I have tried different ways to help students track their practice progress. At first, it was simply a chart, bu
Download below! Do you ever have students who come to your studio using different counting methods? It can sometimes be tricky transitioning from one system to another or even adapting to what your student is already using. In February 2021, we gave a presentation at MusicEdConnect called “Let Me Count the Ways: Exploring Different Counting Methods and How to Adapt Them in Our Teaching.” You can still purchase a replay pass for this amazing online conference here. Honestly,