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Summer Listening Calendar 2024

They’re here, they’re here!! The free Summer Listening Calendars. Listening to music is an essential part of becoming an accomplished musician. That’s why I created the Summer Listening Calendar Challenge….

Lazy Mary

Lazy Mary will you get up? This little arrangement is in the key of G, and is perfect for beginners or struggling readers. It sounds a bit more sophisticated than…

Music Puzzles

Puzzles are fun! Print out these two puzzles. Musical Terms Crossword Puzzle and Music Instrument Word Search Puzzle. Take a fun lesson break, use it in a group class, or…

Seven Way to Establish Good Practice Habits Infographic

These are my seven best ways to establish good practice habits for myself and my piano students. Grab this colorful infographic and post it in your studio or give it…

St. Patrick’s Day Note Matching Game

My students love games. I love educational games. Everyone loves St. Patrick’s Day. So let’s have some fun with our beginners and play a note-matching game. Match the note on…

Chord Quality Board Game

This “Chord Quality Board Game” is the companion to the “Let’s Learn Chords” worksheets. This free game can be used as a stand-alone resource. Students advance as they identify chords…

Santa’s Hat

“Santa’s Hat, would you like to try on that?” This fun piece is perfect for preschool students or beginners who need something fun and easy to learn. It even includes…

Holiday Rhythm Board Game

Students can practice rhythmic concepts as they advance their game pieces through the Snowman’s village. This game is a fun way for students to practice rhythm and counting.

Clover

Here’s a joyful little piece for beginners that is perfect for St.Patrick’s Day or any day. Clover is in G major. It’s in a five-finger hand position so it is…

Amazing Grace

Amazing Grace is arguably the most well-known hymn in the world. I created this piano arrangement for a student of mine who was asked to play at his church. I…

Tuxedo the Cat

My student loves cats. He asked me to compose a piece for him about his cat, so I did. This cute jazzy little piece is a favorite of my students…

First Classics – Bach – Minuet in G Major

Johann Sebastian Bach (31 March 1685 – 28 July 1750) was a German composer and musician of the late Baroque period. Bach’s Minuet in G Major is one of the…

Side Step Blues

Perfect for students who want to play something bluesy and fun. This piece is part of the Blues Level Two method book. @paloma-piano-llc  

O Come, O Come Emmanuel

A fresh arrangement of the traditional Christmas/Advent hymn. Suitable for early-advanced students or professional musicians.   Listen: @paloma-piano-llc Watch the Video:        

Musical Word Search Game

Students can have fun and review musical terms at the same time. What a great bonus for your students! Tempo Markings Dynamics Famous Composers

Chord Speller Challenge

One of the great ways to keep students engaged and motivated is to teach them to play some of their favorite popular music. I teach popular music by ear and…

Staff Worksheets

Print these out stick them in a plastic sheet protector and kids can practice writing notes using a dry-erase marker. I send these out in my online preschool kit. See…

Major Scale Bingo

A fun way to learn the Major Scales

First Classics – Rameau – Rondino

Jean-Philippe Rameau (1683 – 1764) was a French composer and music theorist. Remeau’s Rondino is one of the Classical Selections offered by Paloma Piano.

Halloween Card

Happy Halloween!! This super-cute editable card is something special you can mail or email to your students to wish them a Happy Halloween!!

Piano Coloring Pages

These cute piano coloring pages will delight students of all ages. Commissioned by Paloma Piano, these pages were created by Arbage, an artist who resides in Sri Lanka. There are…

First Classics – Horvath – Canzonetta

Géza Horváth (1868 – 1925) was a Hungarian composer, arranger, and music school director who worked in Vienna. Canzonetta is a beautifully haunting piece that students will love playing. The…

Spring Baby Animals – Rabbits

This piece is part of the Spring Baby Animals Collection. The collection is created to help with online teaching. The Rabbit Kittens and all of the pieces in the Spring…

First Classics – Petzold – Minuet

Christian Petzold (1677 – 1733) was a German composer and organist. He was active primarily in Dresden and achieved a high reputation during his lifetime, but his surviving works are…

First Classics – C.P.E. Bach – March in D Major

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714 – 1788), also formerly spelled Karl Philipp Emmanuel Bach, and commonly abbreviated C. P. E. Bach, was a German Classical period composer and musician, the…

Sunny

This piece will bring a smile to the faces of your students. The piece is easy to learn as it is written in 5 finger position in both hands. The…

Musical Word Search Puzzles

My students have a lot of fun doing these puzzles. You can give them to your students as well. There are 4 puzzles. Musical Terms Baroque Period Composers Classical Period…

Spring Note Speller

These adorable little worksheets are just what your students need to brush up on their note names.

Intermediate Origami Fortune Teller

The “Intermediate Origami Fortune Teller” is a fun activity designed to give your younger students a break during lesson time.

Valentine’s Day Card

Giving cards is a Valentine’s Day Tradition. I made these for my piano students and I am sharing them with all of you. Print these cute cards on whatever color…

Holiday Game Package

Happy Holidays from Paloma Piano This Holiday Game Package includes: – Holiday Play By Ear Game Cards and Board Game. Perfect for holiday parties or for fun at the lesson….

The Saint Nick Swing

“Up On the Housetop” Is an all-time favorite but I decided it needed a little jazzing up! Plus some funnier lyrics. “It’s Christmas Eve and I’m annoyed! I can’t sleep…

Rhythm Ride Game

My students love to take a three or four-minute break to play a game. Rhythm Ride Game is a fun way for students to review basic rhythmic combinations. Kids are…

Swinging Spirits

Swinging Spirits or Swingin’ Spirits is a delightful, not so spooky piece for beginning piano students. Halloween is such a fun time of year for children and having some great…

Spiderweb Note Game

The Spiderweb Note Game is fun for students who love Halloween and need to practice note naming. Students draw a card advance to the corresponding note as they climb inside…

Improvisation Prompt Cards

These Improvisation Prompt Cards are a perfect way to encourage piano students to improvise.  The cards contain ideas that can spark the imagination and inspire students of all ages to…

The Lonely Loch

Students of all ages love The Lonely Loch. It’s haunting melody and wistful words make it irresistible. “When the sun fades, and the wind grows cold. When the moon does…

Play By Ear Holiday Game Cards

Your students will love this Play-by-Ear Holiday Card Game There are unlimited ways to use the cards for loads of holiday fun! Print out the cards and have your student…

Holiday Note Speller

Use Holiday vocabulary to reinforce note-reading and naming skills. This is a fun way to help students with note reading. Students can take these pages home and have fun with…

Thanksgiving Note Speller

My students love this Thanksgiving Note Speller and yours will too. Simply figure out the missing letters in the Thanksgiving vocabulary words. This is a fun way to reinforce note…

Go Tell It on the Mountain

“Go Tell It on the Mountain” is an African-American spiritual song that was likely derived from the oral tradition, but was originally published by John Wesley Work Jr., although there…

Rhythm Class Kit

I created this Rhythm Class Kit for my students and they love it. This is intended for a group class of beginning through advanced-beginning students. Just about everything you need…

Treasure Hunt

Treasure Hunt Have fun learning to play pieces independently while you look for the musical treasure. Circle all of the musical terms and symbols in each piece. Explain each one…

Key Signature Bingo Game

Even the older students like to play games from time to time. This Key Signature Bingo Game will help your students to learn major and minor key signatures. Played like…

Petite Canon in D

The Petite Canon in D is an easy arrangement of Pachelbel’s stunning piece. This arrangement is very easy to play but pretty enough to play at weddings. History The arrangement…

Inspiration Stickers

Kids love Stickers! That’s a fact. These are special Inspiration Stickers just for piano students. I searched high and low and couldn’t find stickers that focused on piano learning skills…

Practice Fortune Teller Game

This is the Practice Fortune Teller Game is a great way to get students to practice more. This middle school blast from the past is a huge hit in my…

Rhythm Card Deck

54 playing cards arranged just like a real poker deck of cards but with rhythmic values instead of Numbers, and Royal Cards. You can use this musical rhythm flashcard deck…

Spring Recital Program & Invitation

Beautiful and Practical Your spring studio recital will look so professional with this lovely program and invitation. The pink tulip artwork is simply elegant, your students and guests will be very…

Musical Terms Game

Students love piano teaching games. I also enjoy playing games with my students. I think it’s great to take a few minutes to have some fun and reinforce those difficult-to-remember…

Carol of the Bells

  This super easy arrangement of “Carol of the Bells” can be played by anyone. This piece can easily be taught by rote and kids love it! “Carol of the Bells”…

Music Alphabet Cards

These colorful Music Alphabet Cards have so many uses. Print them out and have fun with your beginners as they learn the Music Alphabet. Use your imagination and make up…

Sevivon Sov Sov Sov

“Sevivon Sov Sov Sov” means “Forever Spinning”. Advanced Beginners will have tons of fun with this arrangement of a lesser-known Hanukkah Song. Bouncy and lively it’s perfect for Holiday celebrations and…

Monkey Matching Game

Beginners can have fun with these ” Monkey Matching  Piano Game Cards” to learn about note values or rests. There are a lot of ways to play: Idea 1: Place…

Preschool – Fall Fun Game

Paloma Piano’s “Preschool Fall Fun Game” is great for helping preschoolers learn about music and the piano and have fun at the same time. The last page is a set…

Ice Breaker Flashcards

Wondering just how to begin that first lesson? Why not try the Ice Breaker Flashcards? This set of 16 cards has simple questions your students will be happy to answer….

Button Fingering Worksheets

Use these Button Fingering Worksheets along with easy-to-make “Button rings” you can make to help students who are having trouble telling one finger from another. Super fun! Really young and…

Bingo

Easy Peasy! This basic little arrangement Bingo Beginning Piano Solo is perfect for the little ones who’d like to play something familiar. This is a super fun piece that your students…

Caballito Blanco – Duet

There are so many great reasons for piano students to play duets! So why not download Caballito Blanco Piano Duet? Paino students don’t always get to experience the joy of playing…

Grandma’s Yarn

This sweet little piece Grandma’s Yarn, written for beginners is the perfect piece to play for family and friends. The image of a grandmother knitting for a child will is a…

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