Click "read more" to see some of my favorite free resources you can use with your students this summer.
- Composer Practice Packets - I created these practice packets last spring when I had to suddenly shift my studio online and wanted some fun materials to help my students make the transition. They make great summer practice resources too! Featured composers include Beethoven, Mozart, Vivaldi, J.S. Bach, Dvorak, and Scott Joplin, and each packet includes a music history worksheet, a listening activity, and theory page, and a piece of sheet music.
- Freebies at G Major Music Theory - I've blogged about this site many times before, but Gilbert DeBenedetti's free sheet music for students is such a great (and generous) resource! You can find lots of extra music for beginning through early advanced students here.
Free Note Naming Worksheets
- Making Music Fun has lots of fun note naming worksheets and puzzles, and many of them are absolutely free!
- These note naming worksheets on "The Perfect Start for Piano" website are great for beginners who needs lots of extra practice with note recognition.
Free Improv and Composing Activities
- Guided composition worksheets - I blogged about these chord-based composition worksheets I created for my students this past spring. If you haven't tried them yet with your students, the summer is a perfect time!
- The free composition workbooks available from Piano Pronto are perfect for doing some fun composing activities with your students this summer!
Repertoire Challenge Sheet
- Challenge your students to keep a record of all the fun pieces they learn this summer with this "O-fish-el" summer repertoire challenge sheet!
Summer Challenge Calendars
- Back by popular demand! These fun review calendars feature one piano-related challenge for each day in June, July, and August.
Looking for more free resources? Don't forget to check out my "Free Stuff" page HERE for more options!
What do you think? What activities do you have planned for your students this summer? I'd love to hear from you in the comments!