Welcome to the Colourful Keys blog, it’s great to see you here!
I love sharing piano teaching ideas, resources, & tips with other teachers who are passionate about teaching the creative way. I want to help you to inspire more students to become lifelong pianists – and hopefully inspire you along the way too.
I’ve been doing this for a little while now (since 2013!), and I want to make sure you find what you’re looking for amid all these articles and episodes.
To help you on your way, we have organised themed Hub Pages on each of our most popular topics. Just click on the image to dive deeper into any topic that interests you. 🙂
Piano Teaching Strategies & Tips
Teaching great practice techniques is one of the best things you can do for your students’ progress! The Teaching Piano Practice Hub Page has all of our best articles about making the most of the time in-between lessons.
Having Fun with Music Theory
We specialise in teaching music theory more effectively through the use of games and creative activities. If that sounds like a dream come true, try our Teaching Music Theory Hub Page.
If you want more games based music theory, you might want to check out the Vibrant Music Teaching membership too.
Preschool Piano Lessons
Planning Your Music Lessons
It’s not a secret that I love organisation and planning. If you’ve been struggling to effectively plan your lessons, you will love our Planning Piano Lessons Hub Page.
Creative Piano Teaching
If you’ve been scared to get started with improvisation or inconsistent with composing, you’ve come to the right place. Get the resources and ideas you need on our Creative Music Skills Hub Page.
Recommended Books & Resources
Finally, if you’re curious what books and tools I like using, you can find out more about that on the recommended resources page.
Enjoy exploring, and please feel free to leave me a comment or send me an email. I love hearing from fellow creative teachers!
Didn’t find what you were looking for?
If you had a specific post in mind but you can’t quite remember it well enough to search for it – send us an email. We’ll try to find it for you.
If there’s something you wish I would write about or a resource that you need in your studio, feel free to email me with requests too!