Mtabisi
Recommended minutes to practice: 10-15min/day
What to practice: “Somewhere over the rainbow” page 1
How to practice it most effectively: hands together slowly, be careful of times when the RH moves position

Ezra
Recommended minutes to practice: 10-15min/day
What to practice: “Mia and Sebastien’s Theme” measures 1-8 & “Paper Airplane” in the red book (Level 1) pg 24
How to practice it most effectively: practice slowly and focus on where the notes on the treble and bass clef align

Daniela
Recommended minutes to practice: 10-15min/day
What to practice: “Dream a little dream of me” & “Edelweiss”
How to practice it most effectively: for “Dream…” practice the bridge along with Ella Fitzgerald’s recording
For “Edelweiss” focus on breathing and singing long phrases.

Anastasiya
Recommended minutes to practice: 10min/day
What to practice:
Piano – “London symphony” measures 1-4 in Piano Adventures 1 pg 52
Voice – “My Favourite Things”
How to practice it most effectively: for “London Symphony” practice slowly and watch for where the notes align.
For “favourite things” focus on the chorus: when the dog bites, when the bee stings… using your diaphragm

Kevin
Recommended minutes to practice: 15-20min/day
What to practice: “Mia and Sebastien’s Theme” – page 2 (new section – 8 measures)
How to practice it most effectively: count the beats aloud (eighth notes) and go slowly, allowing the notes to line up

Eliana
Recommended minutes to practice: 10-15min every other day
What to practice: singing “A whole new world” & “Somewhere over the rainbow”
How to practice it most effectively: sing along with recordings and acapella – see how many words you can remember

Jeremiah
Recommended minutes to practice: 10-15min/day
What to practice: C major scale, both hands separately
“I just can’t wait to be king”
How to practice it most effectively: sing the words while playing so that you don’t miss any notes
Practice seeing if you can identify the notes on the treble clef

Gianna
Recommended minutes to practice: 10-15min/day
What to practice: C major scale, both hands separately & “Ode to Joy”
How to practice it most effectively: practice with both hands in ‘C’ position
Also practice seeing if you can identify the notes on the treble clef

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