Today, I have a couple of fun freebies for you. 🙂
First, here is a printable worksheet for beginner piano students. Their task is to label each hand as RH or LH and then label the finger with the ring as #1, 2, 3, 4, or 5. My beginners love completing this quick worksheet!
As I was making this worksheet, it occurred to me that it would be fun to get a plastic diamond ring to use when quizzing students on their finger numbers. Fun little props can add a lot of fun to drills. 🙂
Then, I decided to make a digital version of this worksheet to use on my iPad with the GoodNotes app. Students can draw on each page in order to label the hand and finger. It’s a quick little activity that can be completed during the lesson.
To download the printable worksheet, visit the Printables > Worksheets page and scroll down to “Piano Finger Bling worksheet.”
Piano Finger Bling worksheet (204.0 KiB, 15,243 hits)
To download the digital PDF worksheet, visit the Printables > For iPad page and look for “Piano Finger Bling.”
Piano Finger Bling (794.3 KiB, 4,756 hits)
2 thoughts on “Freebie: Piano Finger Bling worksheets”
hi miss morin . i’m a piano student from iran and i want to know is there a special rule for finger numbers in different piano piecies? for example i’m practicing on “letter a ma mere” right now and there is no finger numbers on the music sheet actually i can play it with various positions of my left and right hand and fingers. is this ok or not?
Hi, I’m a mom, with minimal experience on the piano. My nephew is very excited to learn piano like his cousins. I’m trying to think of fun ways to teach him. He’s 9 and in Primer level. If you have any suggestions, I’d be most thankful. I see you have some worksheets, printables, etc. (I’m only around level 2b). Thanks!