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April Blog Roundup

Here’s some blogs I’ve stumbled upon lately…

A Tad Bit Creative is a blog by Chrissa, who blogs about piano teaching among other creative and crafty topics.  I love her photography too.

At DenleyMusic.com, Dianna blogs about violin and piano teaching.  She has some nice resources and game ideas that she shares on her blog:

At thefameschoolblog.com, Dana runs a blog called “Kids & Keys” where she talks about creative piano teaching and piano parenting:

At the new Made For Music Teachers blog, “Mrs. S” shares some very nice printables she uses with her elementary music classes.

At the Nola Piano Teacher blog, the blogger writes posts about piano teaching, composers, performers, and more:

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4 thoughts on “April Blog Roundup”

  1. Joy, thanks so much for sharing my blog with your readers! I just happened to check my blog today and noticed that I had a lot more visitors than usual and that made me curious. How wonderful it was to discover that you’re the reason! I hope your readers find lots of useful information on the site today and in the future. I have followed your blog for quite a while and always learn so many wonderful things about creative ways to teach piano. I must let you know that you are one of the teachers that inspired me to start thefameschoolblog.com. Thanks for sharing your love of teaching with us all.

  2. Hey Joy!

    Thanks so much for mentioning my blog in this roundup! (I’m the Nola Piano Teacher blogger). I really appreciate the shoutout!

    Sincerely,
    Collin

  3. Thank you so much for listing blogs! I have been following craft blogs for some time, and I don’t know why I never thought about piano teachers writing wonderful blogs, too. I am having a blast reading through so many new voices and ideas and adding them to my reader so I can keep being inspired.

    Thank you, and please keep up the good work!

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