Have you considered teaching preschoolers, but you're not sure where to begin? I used to mistakingly think that I could … Learn More about Teach Preschool Music
How are your New Year's resolutions going? I'm sure you've had a chance to consume plenty of media telling you what everyone else is going to change in 2018 and giving you ideas about your own goals and plans for the year. As a chronic non-planner, I wanted to offer a different perspective to those of you who, like me, haven't jumped on the New Year's resolution bandwagon yet. I'm … [Read more...] about Meandering Monday: My (Lack Of) New Years Resolutions
With Valentine's Day just around the corner, I wanted to share some cute little Valentine's cards that you can print for students, or that students can print to hand out at school. These cards match the Christmas, Holiday and New Year's cards that you may have seen here before the holidays. To get the cards delivered straight to your inbox, just enter your email address in the … [Read more...] about Free Printable Valentine Cards
Have you ever thought about starting a blog or creating a website? Blogs and websites are excellent communication tools for piano teachers and anyone who has some thing to teach or share with other people. I don't consider myself a blogging expert by any means, but I've learned quite a bit about blogging and creating websites over the years. Like most things in life, my blog has evolved … [Read more...] about Blogging For Piano Teachers
On the 6th day of Christmas, my true love gave to me... 6 Things That Should Happen At The First Piano Lesson. I'm joining up with several other piano education bloggers with 12 Days of Piano Teacher Inspiration that correspond with the 12 days of Christmas. Did you know that the 12 days of Christmas are really after Christmas. They are the 12 days from Christmas to Epiphany, when the 3 … [Read more...] about 6 Things That Should Happen At the First Piano Lesson
Piano Practice Pads are an awesome tool to have in your studio and for your students to have access to at home. Students instantly feel comfortable using them because there is no risk of playing a wrong note. They can work with a keyboard kinesthetically without the worry of if they are right or wrong. And, they are small and light, so they are so easy to pull out and use in almost any situation … [Read more...] about 15 Ways To Use Piano Practice Pads
Happy Holidays from Pianissimo! I want to share with you some adorable holiday greeting cards that are perfect for music students, music fans, or just for you to add your own personality as you spread holiday cheer. Just enter your email address below and I'll email the cards straight to your inbox. You'll get 3 designs and each design can print as a foldable card or a postcard. I've … [Read more...] about A Christmas Gift For YOU!