Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Celebration #2: A Giveaway!


To continue our celebration of The Plucky Pianista Blog's 2nd anniversary, we're having a giveaway! Three people will be selected randomly to win one item of their choice from my TpT store (excludes bundles). Entries will be accepted until midnight tonight, EST. 

Enter the drawing by following the directions below. Visit my TpT Store by clicking the turquoise TpT button to the right of this post. Browse around and choose something you'd like to win. 

You'll definitely want to follow The Plucky Pianista on Facebook and get notifications (click the yellow Facebook button to the right of this post and you'll be taken directly to my page, then click the Like button, then hover over the Like button and select "Get Notifications") so that you can be the first to know about all the fun things that are on the horizon for this week! 


To enter the giveaway, leave a comment below this post answering the following question:

What kinds of resources are you needing for your studio or classroom this spring? List something you'd love to have and how it would be helpful to you and/or your students.  

After you leave a comment (and you must comment for your entry to be valid), use the Rafflecopter below to complete your entry. Three winners will be notified via email tomorrow, 3/20. 

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Thanks so much, and good luck! 

25 comments:

Phyllicia said...

I'd really love to have some quality recording equipment. Then I could record my students when they play their favorite pieces and at the end of the year, make a personalized CD for each student of music that they've learned over the past 12 months. It would be a nice keepsake and later on, they could look back and see how they progressed from year to year.

Carolyn Kedney said...

I can always use motivational reading material. I feel in today's busy lifestyle students are practicing less and spending their time in a multiple of activities. So anything I can do to draw their attention back to music is important.

Cathy Cmiel said...

I would love a projector mounted to the ceiling that is WiFi compatible with my laptop, so I can easily show video/PowerPoint to my classes.

Hirginia Vallejo said...

I would love to have more resources for hear-training. I'm starting to include it in my studio and I would like to have more variety.

Katie said...

I need resources for teaching tempo (allegro, vivace, etc.)

Congrats on your celebration! :)

Jennifer Foxx said...

On my wish list is a smart board of some kind so I can use smart board resources in my studio during camps and groups. But they are so expensive! I tried going the "homemade" route, but it didn't work like I hoped.
Thanks for the giveaway, love all your resources!

miscellaneousme said...



My 6th graders are so over elementary music but I need to keep them going for another 11 weeks. Worksheets are a no-go and we just finished an iPad piano unit which, for most, was a big hit. This may be their final formal music education experience so I want to end on a high note.

Unknown said...

I would like some iPad music theory games because kids these days are so into the devices and this might get them to practice some note recognition and theory.

Robin Brock said...

I love the way that you organize composition projects! My students worked on the Valentine Smore's composition project last month and LOVED it! One child asked if we were going to do a different composition like that each month :) So I would like more composition resources!

Christine Erickson said...

I would love an ipad and/or an adjustable Duet piano bench that lets both people be at different heights.

Alpha Walker said...

I would love the newest set of rhythm cards. They are terrifically useful, so easy to pull out in the spur-of-the-moment and do a little drill, and very well done!

Sundy said...

I would love some recording equipment and new music for beginners - especially music appropriate for recitals, etc.

Karen C said...

I would love to have some guided composition resources for late elementary level students.

Diana W said...

Some fun composition activities for elementary/late elementary students would be awesome! I would be able to include composition more in my lessons! Thank you!

Garland said...

Ear training, I know my kids can sing what is written, but as far as identifying what is being sung....not so much!

Saundra said...

Some fun composition activities would be awesome for this time of year. I also am still awaiting an ipad splurge. However, I am beginning to realize that it's not a splurge anymore!

Donna McLain said...

A second iPad for the students to use while a teach another student! Dividers for my library. Adjustable piano bench is my wish list. Oops I forgot to got to your store to pick something!

Donna McLain said...

I would like the major minor chord cards!

lsupernaw said...

I would love some ice cream themed games or practice incentives for my summer session!

Mariana Pino said...

I struggle making the first month of lessons for very young beginners engaging and fun. I would love some resources involving movement when teaching piano lessons to children under 6. Thanks for your wonderful materials and advice!

Wendy Puttick said...

I would love to techie stuff...wishing to add this to my lessons. But I think you question was referring more to items you produce (or can produce). I think I need some more items for composing.

Charlotte Hughes said...

I would absolutely love a Nexus Tablet to use with my students during lessons. That's something I'm saving up for and excited to purchase someday! :)

Marion said...

I would love some Easter and Spring themed games.

Whitney P said...

How about some worksheets or a game about chord inversions?

ZoƩ Iglesias Velasco said...

Some flashcards about composers (maybe Vivaldi with his Four Season) would be nice or games for rhythmic dictations! :D

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