Parents come next week for Station Day! Please have your child ready to play their recital pieces for me during our Celebration Station meeting. We will meet briefly to celebrate your child’s progress and be sure they feel comfortable for the performance.
Do you know that people tend to share about their worst experiences and their best experiences? If Let's Play Music falls into the "best experience" category for you, please share the Music Love with your friends! Get a $25 referral fee credit to next year's tuition if your friend signs up for Year 1 of Let's Play Music or Presto I, and a $10 referral fee credit for Sound Beginnings.
A few ideas to bring playfulness to practice time!
Homework pp. 32–35: Students cut out and glue on pieces for the “March of the Gnomes” puppet show.
Can your child play all the Primary Chords with BOTH HANDS with their eyes shut? The goal is to have their eyes on the music while they playing as much as possible, with only quick glances at their fingers. With their favorite song, invite them to memorize it and "see" the chords in their minds while they play with their eyes closed.
Mastering Playing Hands Together
This is likened to patting your head and tummy at the same time! Play hands separate until each hand is mastered, then put hands together one measure at a time. Slow and steady wins the race!
Enjoy reading about the lasting positive musical effect of a Let’s Play Music graduate years later!