Preparatory A (from 2+). Lesson 12
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Today I suggest you to write a short review about your experience with my method. You may or may not publish it, but writing a small paragraph about it will help you to organize your own thoughts and observations. Think about your child before and after you started this music journey and understand how attentive you are as a parent.
Pedagogy. Today we are going to talk about the importance of the music...
When teaching a child, the best results are achieved, when he does what his parents and those around him can do and love doing. If playing the piano becomes the favorite activity of his mother and father, older brothers and sisters, then the child will also definitely be drawn to the instrument.
Our Method helps those around the child also learn music well. This is not a case of lessons, in which one learns and the others observe passively.
What is needed is that the parents make it a goal to organize the time for the whole family in such a way that playing the piano and musical games are included in family leisure time.
The parents can also follow the child's lessons and work with the same material, but it is better when they are involved in a course for adults and so keep ahead of their children.
Keep teaching your child to play the Guess Key Module and keep recording the score. Sing the names of the notes with the child.
Keep working with the cards. Place them in ascending and descending orders from Do, Re and Mi. Flip a card or to and ask each other the name of it
Keep practicing 5 fingers exercise
Hot Cross Buns - keep teaching your child to play the piece with Right and Left hands. Write the score. If the time on the right is less then amount of music notes played, your child is ready to start playing the piece using two hands.
Keep practicing the 'Butterfly DO' and 'Butterfly' exercises.
Keep practicing the March from 'Nutcracker'. Ask your child to join you and play couple of notes with one hand.
Practice all the other piano pieces
THEORY THEATER: Watch 'Heartbeat of music' In the video there are many different pieces from famous 'Nutcracker' ballet from Peter Tchaikovsky. Dancing and 'conducting' are very welcome for watching and listening this video:
Keep practicing on the piano and listening the 'March' from the 'Nutcracker' by Tchaikovsky
Sincerely yours, Hellene Hiner