Anastasiya
–  Continue working on Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star starting on middle C.
– Always be aware of keeping your fingers curved not straight so they get stronger.
– Look in your  LEVEL 1 – LESSON BOOK: PIANO ADVENTURES to the page that I marked and see if you can complete the exercises
– Looking forward to your smiles soon!
Nice work! See you soon!

Shakira
 – Practice making a thunder sound on the piano, first small then big.
– Look at the patterns on the piano. Notice the black notes are grouped in twos and threes. Play all the threes on the piano then all the twos
– Practice making the harp sound with the palm of your hand.
– Continue practicing the first part of Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star.  Remember it starts on middle C.
– Always be aware of keeping your fingers curved not straight so they get stronger.
Good job!  See you soon!

Madison (from 10 min lesson)
– Take three songs from your music books and practice sight-reading them.  Make sure they are songs you don’t know.
– Take a look at the pages we worked on in your new book.  Try to complete what we started.
– Practice Twinkle, Twinkle very slowly and don’t stop.  Keep the pace steady
Good job! See you soon!

Leonardo
 – Don’t forget to make your fingers like a crab going up and down the keyboard.  You want to press each key with the tip of your finger
– practice naming the notes from Middle C up to G and from Middle C down to F while you play them with each hand.
– Look at the patterns on the piano. Notice the black notes are grouped in twos and threes. Play all the threes on the piano then all the twos
– Keep trying to figure out Twinkle Twinkle, you have learned almost half the song.  Practice looking at the sheet music while you play.
Good work! See you soon!

Eduardo
 – Please remember to bring your music books next week.  Especially, the A Dozen A Day book and the book of piano music you have in the binder.
– Pick a new song from the binder to work on.
– Take a break from the Bach Prelude this week. You’re doing great.
– practice making chords on each of the notes C, F, G.  These chords are the building blocks of almost all rock band songs.
– Listen to Elvis singing Jailhouse Rock.  Notice how his band plays in the groove. JAIL HOUSE ROCK – ELVIS PRESLEY
Have a good week! See you soon!

Madeleine
 – Always be aware of keeping your fingers curved not straight so they get stronger
– Start working on the new song we picked in your book
– make sure you always press the piano keys firmly, getting a nice big sound out of them.
– Practice playing very strongly/loudly, and then very very softly.
Good job! See you soon!

Tsepella
 – warm up your voice using the YA YA YA syllable
– Keep working on Over the Rainbow.  Sing it with different kinds of voices, sometimes nasal, sometimes whispy, sometimes like an opera singer. play with it!
– A good book that we could use to get your voice stronger would be this one. Broadway Songs for Kids
– remember to vocalise every day, even if it’s just for 10 minutes.  This will help your voice get very strong and you’ll be able to do all sorts of new stuff
Good work! See you soon!

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