We're about halfway through summer break here in New Jersey, but I know a lot of schools in other parts of the country are almost ready to begin the new year.
Even though I teach private piano lessons, my calendar is the same as the school calendar, so the start to our year is the day after Labor Day.
With all the uncertainty of whether or not schools are reopening, I've been making mental notes about what I will and possibly will not be able to use with my students.
Here are my favorite resources that will be usable regardless of whether we're in person or online this fall.
MusicTheory.Net/Tenuto - this website/app combination turns note reading into a game!
Rhythm Cups Explorations by Wendy Stevens - Seriously fun rhythm "drills". This comes as a digital file that you can screen-share or print out.
Teach Piano Today's Piano Game Club - 4 games every month delivered directly to your email. You can print and laminate these games for in-person lesson use or keep them as digital files and play during your online lessons.
Piano Pronto by Jennifer Eklund- My go-to for online method books. The variety and quality of music available is fantastic!