Do you ever come across something online and the next thing you know, an hour has gone by?
That happened to me last night. And it wasn’t Facebook! 🙂
I was looking for a handout to use for my kids explaining whole steps and half steps for their Five Finger Patterns, and I stumbled on this amazing website.
Susan Paradis has put together an extensive compilation of resources for the piano teacher. I was so excited!
Many of the resources are free to download, which is even more exciting!
Her resources include Worksheets, Teaching Aids, Games, Sheet Music for all seasons and holidays, and much more!
In addition to all these free items, she also has a store with even more stuff!
If you’re looking for easy church music for your piano students, she has several seasonal and hymn arrangements you can download.
I downloaded several worksheets that I plan to use for my kids, and I’ll definitely be going back!
Be sure to check it out. Who knows…you might even find something for yourself!
This post is part of a series I’m doing this month called “On-the-Go Pianist.” Click here to see all the posts!
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You only spent an hour on Susan’s website? LOL Wow – you have self-control…
Ha! Trust me, I wanted to spend all night! But it was getting late and I needed to get to bed. But I’ll definitely be going back for sure! 🙂