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NEW!  Welcome to the Color In My Piano Shop, where I sell teaching resources I have created.  Browse the items below by clicking on their titles.  To view your shopping cart at any time, hover your mouse over “Shop” in the navigation menu above and then select “Shopping Cart.”

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"So, You Want To Be A Composer?" is a fun, creative camp designed to inspire and equip your students to compose their own pieces of music!  Students will leave camp…

"Prompts for Piano" is an e-book designed to provide an easy way for teachers to guide beginner and elementary students through composition or improvisation. ...

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The Eras of Music History Kit has been designed to make it easier to incorporate more music history into our students' musical education.  This kit contains a series of pdfs…

The Great Composers & Their Music series is designed to be an easy and effective way for teachers to incorporate music history in their students’ musical education.  You can read about how…

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Being able to read notes on the staff intervallically is crucial for sight-reading.  I like to tell my students that reading music is at least 80% interval reading, and only 20% note…

The goal of the "Music of the World" camp is to increase the students’ awareness of and appreciation for cultures that are different from their own – through experiencing the…

Rhythm Cards are great for use in both private lessons or group classes!  The notes on the cards are clear and easy-to-read.  A variety of time signatures are used.  Once you…

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This pdf download, when assembled, is a great resource for practicing rhythm with your students!  It is convenient to pull out during a lesson or group class, and requires less…

Please note: The items listed in this store are digital files to download onto your computer.  Some assembly is generally required (printing, cutting, etc.) before using these resources with your students.  Read the Terms of Use to learn more.

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