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Why dont you try some of the following websites: http://www.teachpianotoday.com/ They have a variety of game ideas, and even have a special piano games club! my kids absolutely love playing the games that I have received through this club. http://www.susanparadis.com/ She has wonderful resources for games listed and most of them are free. ...


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I would try aural target practice. If you have two pianos, play a note on one when the student isn't looking, and see how many tries they need to find the matching note. If you have one piano, you can let them play an octave above or below. This works but the previous (two pianos) is preferable because it encourages their independence and avoids the ...



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