Hello Everyone!

Here is this week’s homework, enjoy and have a good week!

Simone

Recommended minutes to practice: 15 Minutes per day

Theory: Complete pgs 27-30 in your theory book. You can use the sheets we made in class to help you.

Songs: Keep memorizing frogs on logs! Remember to move your fingers up as you play through the song. Keep working on Minuet and try starting Rodeo on the next page. If you feel comfortable move onto the next song.

How parents can support practice: Encouraging your child to practice regularly and helping them develop a routine is the best way to be supportive. Additionally, check their homework log for accuracy. 

Ruby

Recommended minutes to practice: 15 Minutes per day

Songs: Almost like a dream – remember to use pedal throughout this song. Also remember to check when the notes change in the left hand. You can also look at some Taylor Swift songs! Try out trouble! Remember to fill in the counting and work on the 1st page hands apart.

How parents can support practice: Encouraging your child to practice regularly and helping them develop a routine is the best way to be supportive. Additionally, check their homework log for accuracy. 

Zoe

Recommended minutes to practice: 15 Minutes per day

Scales: Bb Major = 2 flats Bb and Eb. Remember to start on finger number 2 when starting Bb major scale.

Songs: Russian sailor dance = work on a fast tempo. try and get to 175 bpm. Also keep working on the 500 year old melody. Try and make it as smooth as you can. We also started a few new songs in the booked they are marked with the date so try those out this week.

How parents can support practice: Encouraging your child to practice regularly and helping them develop a routine is the best way to be supportive. Additionally, check their homework log for accuracy. 

Olivia

Recommended minutes to practice: 15 Minutes per day

Piano: That’s what makes you beautiful, don’t forget to play the Bb in the song. Keep working on this one. Try singing along with it this week. Practice the page turns. Try using your left hand to turn the pages. That’s the way it is – work on playing with the pedal. Be sure to keep your heel on the ground while you use your toes to push. Also lift up the pedal when the chord changes.

Theory: Continue studying with the flashcards.

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