Review: Piano Program Music Theory Courses

Have you ever been excited about something where it ends up taking over your dreams? This happens to me all the time, but I didn’t expect it to happen with this… Dr. Kathy Rabago from PianoProgram.com has created Music Theory Courses for students. These courses are the very definition of flipped learning and something that I have been wanting to find for a while. Students learn the music theory concepts at home or during their music lab time, reinforce the concepts through worksheets (provided), and return to their lessons with an increased knowledge of music theory. Currently, there are 6 levels […]

Review Series: Music Teacher Store; Wrap Ups

I’m excited to do a review series for Music Teacher Store. Music Teacher Store is an online store that features music products made from other music teachers. Currently there are 13 authors on the site. In 2012, while attending a music teachers conference, several of the vendors were talking about how they can create a better way to share their products with more music teachers. MusicTeacherStore.com was then born. Created and owned by teachers, Music Teacher Store  is a helpful place to find quality teaching materials. Today, I would like to review a product called Music Theory Wrap Ups. Students love […]

Music Theory – Made Fun!

One of my favorite online resource websites is Ear Training and Improv by Kristin Jensen. Kristin has created the Ultimate Music Theory Worksheet guide. This includes over 25 free printable worksheets that you can download and use with your students. She has even gone the extra mile and included different activities and ideas you can use these worksheets with your student during their lesson. You will find worksheets under Note Identification, Rhythm, Major Scales, Circle of 5th’s, Intervals, Half and Whole Steps, Treble and Bass Clef notes and the Music Alphabet. The worksheets are clever, well thought out and very useful. I […]