Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Piano Improv Spin-Spiration

My students love to use these colorful and kid-friendly Piano Improv Spin-Spiration spinner pages to help them come up with ideas for improvisation, and I'm sure your students will love them too! 

Four different single-page spinner pages like the one below plus a blank customizable spinner page are included in this pack. Each page contains 8 different ideas for improvisation subjects, including animals, holidays, people, travel, etc., for a total of 32 different improv ideas.

Print the pages onto white card stock or glossy photo paper (and laminate if desired), then attach the plastic spinners to the center of the page. Students should spin the spinner to select an improv idea, then improvise a piece with that topic in mind. For example, if the spinner lands on "Circus", the student could think of all the things he would see, hear, smell, and feelings he would feel when visiting a circus, then use those ideas for inspiration as he creates his improvisation. These spinner pages can be used in private lessons, group classes, camps, or any other way you can imagine! I purchased these plastic spinners to use with the pages. 





To purchase this colorful and fun set of Piano Improv Spin-Spiration spinner pages, 
please visit my store

To receive a free unmarked copy of the sample page above, 
visit my Facebook page and click the Free Stuff tab. 





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