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Join Now. Learn to Play. Lessons for young beginners should always be short, fun and ideally as 3. Getting started Much the same as learning any new language, reading and understanding music takes time and practice. While a child will often find the early stages of learning to play piano much easier than grown ups, there are some practical considerations for a young beginner.

Size of hands and fingers, general coordination and motor skills and sitting still and concentrating in a one to one situation can all be a challenge for a young beginner. The following 3 chapters cover learning the note names, basic notation and simple fingering, but take plenty of time to introduce these concepts as they are all so important. Little ones always respond better to short, frequent lessons finding longer ones too demanding.

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Just like learning to read words, learning to play piano has different elements which need to be taught at the same time. I have always taught rhythm and note recognition alongside the physical practice of listening, finger strengthening and co-ordination. Once you have introduced these first three lessons, these different disciplines should be practised as part of every lesson in the form of exercises and games until the individual skills come together and become one.

Co-ordination and strengthening can always be improved with practice games and exercises, and a fidgety pupil should be encouraged to let off a bit steam at regular intervals with some movement and rhythm games.

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Most hurdles can be overcome with practice and a flexible approach to suit each child. Children immediately engage with this idea and are so keen to memorise the order of the animals 6 that they inadvertently learn the keyboard notes without even realising it. This animal memory game is an excellent way to teach the names and order of the notes.

Then surprise them with the answer of only 7! Depending on the age and attention span of your child or pupil. Ask them how many notes do they think there are. Chapter 1 T he easiest way to learn the notes To a complete beginner a piano keyboard can look a bit overwhelming. Choose a different couple of notes each time.

Repeat the hopping game in the same way. Repeat the process.

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Find all the Gs up and down the keyboard. Now find all of right for high. Find all of the elephants by hopping up and down the 8 keyboard. This is simply because it is more comfortable this way. Encourage them to explore some high and low notes and make sure they can tell the difference and they use the correct hand. Then find middle C by looking for the 2 black notes in the middle of the keyboard.

C comes just before these 2 black notes. A for ANTS comes next. Depending on the age of the child this activity can be practised as a warm up game at the beginning of each lesson.

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Navigate by looking for the 2 black keys. Eight notes like an octopus with 8 legs! All the notes have now been named. Chapter 1 Sitting in front of the keyboard. Older children will soon find this too easy and be ready to develop the game further.

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Once your pupil is more confident. Using the printable animal key cards at the back of this book. Alternatively you can tell the child to close their eyes while you place all the animal key cards on the notes leaving one or two out so that they have to remember the missing ones. Although this seems a lot of information for the first or second piano lesson.

Chapter 1 Which note am I? Animal Piano Key Cards Now try to see if they can remember all of the animals from beginning to end as they play each note from C — B.

After a little bit of practice they love to demonstrate that they can recognise which note is which. Then ask the child to work out 12 Then add another. When I first introduce The Note Family. Hickory Dickory Dock and the Clock Song are excellent for steady crochet beats with lots of tick-tocks. Chapter 2 Introducing the note family The Note Family works in a similar way to the Note Animals by assigning a character to each note. And songs about the rain also offer plenty of rhythm practice with dripdrops and pitter-patters so do visit the blog for more ideas.

I always tell a little story about and identify which rhythm belongs to which toy? Nothing very much ever happens in these stories. The note names may differ according to where you live in the world. Ask a child to pick two cards and demonstrate the rhythm they make next to each other.

Once you get going there are so many different ways you can use the cards in your music lessons. Once familiar with the note names and time values.

Big Brother and The Little Twins can be applied to both European and American notation names and there are printable flashcards at the back of this book to suit both versions. Children find it much easier to engage and connect with the whole concept when they have a family of characters that they can identify with. Certain songs are particularly good for teaching rhythm.

You can then invite them to join in by asking them to guess what they did next? They are always very keen to make up another adventure for the note family! Show the child a note card in secret. Using some props to identify well known nursery rhymes e. I make the stories up as I go along. Keep the flashcards in a small cloth bag and ask the child to pick one. Ask the child to fill in the numbers on the fingers of each hand starting with the thumbs as 1 to the little fingers as 5.

Then ask the child to place their hands on top of the drawn hands and ask them to wiggle their 1s. This little exercise helps them to connect the numbers with the fingers before actually trying to play the notes. Explain that 4s and 5s are usually weak because they are normally a bit lazy and never really do anything on their own.

The object of these exercises and games at this stage is to encourage your pupil to play them as frequently as possible in order to strengthen the fingers and consolidate the lessons learnt so far. This is why it is a bit more difficult at first. Ask the child to play each note with each finger and repeating it 3 times. This is usually more difficult at first. While doing this.

Repeat this exercise with the Left Hand. This can be really quite difficult at first as weaker fingers will be harder to control. I thank you very much for this website, in my point of view I would say it will most likley contribute into the comeback and the revolution of the piano once again.

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