Sunday, July 1, 2012

Practicing Duel

Here is what I've been doing lately...
She takes a lot of time...


But, we're still practicing.  I just can't blog about it.  

Here is what one of my student's is doing.  I teach both the child and mother and right now they are both finishing Book 1.

Person 1 picks a piece and a challenge card and Person 2 has to do it. Then switch.  Games don't have to be complicated, but they can make practicing more fun!
  

3 comments:

A Teacher Without a Class said...

I love your blog and shoppe! My daughter is learning piano through the Suzuki method. I am posting my ideas on my website. www.atecherwithoutaclass.com. I plan to post every Saturday! I would love to have you stop by and tell me what you think!

Sarah and Dan said...

Could you tell me what all the yellow card challenges say? I can read the top one, but am curious about all the others. Thank you. You can email me at -mysweetpumpkins@gmail.com

Leslie said...

Here are some of the ideas for the yellow cards: Teeny Tiny Bows, Nose Sniff Bow Lift, Diving Board Bow with Pinky, Play Just at the Tip, Heavy Head, Play Your Most Challenging Setion 5 times, Big Beautiful Long Bows, Play Just at the Frog, Make Some Magic! You could make up anything that you need to work on and add some fun things to mix in.