Maybe you're a piano teacher already. Maybe you're a pretty awesome one. But teaching piano to preschoolers is a whole other can of jelly beans. If you try to teach these little ones "traditionally" you're not going to have any fun, and neither are they.
Preschoolers need to move, sing and explore. They need to PLAY. We know this, but it can be hard to make piano lessons fun while still being purposeful. I've been there, I've tested every approach, and in this book I've broken down the most effective teaching strategies for preschool piano as well as how to structure your lessons for maximum success.
Learn how to take the playful approach to teaching piano to 3–5 year olds and watch your littlest piano students thrive.
"This must-read by the great educator Nicola Cantan is a masterful insight into creative, engaging and fun teaching techniques! 14 inspiring, empowering and time-saving tips for successfully teaching 'toofpranie' lessons with preschoolers (and children of all ages)."
Glory St. Germain
ARCT RMT MYCC UMTC Founder/CEO Ultimate Music Theory
About the Author
Nicola Cantan is a piano teacher, author, blogger and creator of imaginative and engaging teaching resources. She loves getting piano students learning through laughter and exploring the diverse world of music making through improvisation, composition and games.
Nicola's membership site, Vibrant Music Teaching, is helping teachers all over the world to include more games and off-bench activities in their lessons, so that their students giggle their way through music theory and make faster progress.
Nicola also runs a popular blog, Colourful Keys, where she shares creative ideas and teaching strategies, and hosts regular training events for piano teachers.