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A Step in Time Saves Nine

I was teaching ‘finger-swaps’ today in a piano lesson; something along these lines… It was the last lesson of the day, and the young man at the piano had more or less used up all his brain-power for the day. … Continue reading

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Issue 129: Wiggle

You set up a steady pulse, counting to four. Once it is going well, everyone has to do a wiggle on count 1. That’s it. Simple.   Or do the wiggle on count something else. Or have two actions, on … Continue reading

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Issue 126: Surprisingly good listen and copy game

When I am teaching young children, I try and keep a careful balance between sitting still, moving around, action activities, songs, listening, and doing. So what do you do when you need some kind of action activity in between quieter, … Continue reading

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