ONLINE VIDEO PIANO LESSONS FOR CHILDREN FROM 3 TO 103!


LESSON FOUR

Lesson FOUR has its own Playlist on youtube.com called: LESSON 4: Anybody Can Play PIANO. This Playlist also has other short appropriate videos. To go directly to the LESSON 4 Playlist click here.

By this time students should be able to play Tick Tock and Rain Rain Go Away with one hand and be at least starting to try to play the melody with both hands at the same time.
Music theory is being introduced such as note names, number of music beats per type of note, etc. Remember to have the children view those parts of the lesson video until they remember with ease.


MATERIALS NEEDED:

Anybody Can Play PIANO APP

To subscribe to the Anybody Can Play PIANO app in Windows 10 click here.

VIDEO PIANO LESSON 4: Anybody Can Play PIANO

All Anybody Can Play Piano videos are on youtube.com.
To go directly to the Anybody Can Play PIANO Playlists for the VIDEO PIANO LESSON 4 click here.

OTHER RELATED VIDEOS to Lesson Three

Song to Sing: Rain Rain Go Away

This song is already on the PIANO LESSON 4 VIDEO, but is separate as well for your convenience.
To go directly to Rain Rain Go Away click here.

kk singing Rain Rain Go Away

This song is already on the PIANO LESSON 4 VIDEO, but is also separate for your convenience.
To go directly to kk singing Rain Rain Go Away click here.

Song to Sing: Hot Cross Buns

This song is already on the PIANO LESSON 4 VIDEO, but is separate as well for your convenience.
To go directly to Hot Cross Buns in both versions: words and colors click here.


LESSON 4 MATERIALS and ACTIVITY SHEETS not already in binder

If these materials are to be used repeatedly, laminate. Sheets for coloring should just be regular paper sheets.

Dots in a Row

This new Dot Game has dots in a row so hand movement is identical to movement on a piano keyboard when playing a melody with both hands at the same time. This should be laminated for repeated usage.
Just click on Dots In A Row to print out.

Flashcards

Two more flashcards have been added with this lesson. They should be laminated like the first two for repeated usage and placed in the binder or on a ring.
To access the additional flashcards, just click on Flashcards to print out.

Draw Quarter Rest

This sheet lets students trace and draw a quarter rest. Very young children may not be able to trace, so just have them "trace" over the rest with their finger or give instructions to someone else how to draw the rest.
To access this sheet, just click on Draw Quarter Rest to print out.

Draw Whole Note

This sheet lets students trace and draw a whole note. Very young children may not be able to trace, so just have them "trace" over the note with their finger or give instructions to someone else how to draw the note.
To access this sheet, just click on Draw Whole Note to print out.

Walking Quarter and Half Notes

These two pages are for rhythm exercise games. Quarter notes = 1 beat and Half notes = 2 beats. Simply cut out sheets along dotted line, glue together, and laminate. "Walk" along notes with finger while someone evenly taps or "finger walk" and also count "1" for quarter notes or "1, 2" for the half notes. These sheets can be used right side up or upside down since notes go either direction in music.
To access this sheet, just click on Walking Notes to print out.

Practice Sheets

These Practice Sheets help to separate different activities for review and practice on a daily basis. They also function as "Lesson Plans". Do these activities with the lesson video, other videos listed, or in your own way.
Just click on Practice Sheets to print out.