Help your students get rid of those pesky performance nerves – Loosen things up with this fun performance game!
A cool piano performance game, to help students develop performance skills. The engaging artwork makes it feel like a ‘real’ music game. It includes 50 challenge cards, issuing a multitude of fun ‘performance challenges’. Tackling these quirky performance challenges helps students improve focus skills and strengthens their ability to ignore distractions while playing. Play it in a group class to help students realise that they are not alone in facing their nerves! Even better, why not hold a ‘Piano Party’ class as part of your recital preparations? Of course, you can also print extras as ‘party favours’ and send them home for students to use as a piano practice game!
Game rules for TWO playing versions INCLUDED to make performance fun:
- Great for a Group Class or Piano Party! Printing & set-up instructions and Game Rules are all included – Makes it easy to use in your group classes.
- Play the game in individual lessons! Use it to create a memorable piano lesson with just teacher and student during lesson time. A second set of instructions are also included for how to play the game one-on-one.
- Useful for both In person AND Online lessons! A great way to have some fun with ‘performance practice’ online. Use it to help you run an online Zoom ‘performance class’ when face-to-face classes are not possible.
Purchase once and print it forever, to use with all the students that you teach personally! Studios with multiple teachers will need to buy a digital copy for each teacher.
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