There are a whole lot of assignment sheets on Assignment Sheet Central – 21 to be exact.
I thought it might be nice to highlight one, in particular, that was designed around the Piano Safari method.
As you can see in the image, it uses clip art images of each of the safari technique exercises so you can simply circle which exercise the student is doing that week.
Weekly sightreading cards are also a big part of the Piano Safari method so there is a section specifically for that as well.
One of the things I learned from the mini-essays from Piano Safari is the importance of having students continue to play and review pieces they’ve already mastered.
Not all pieces are “reviewed for fun,” just the ones the student loves and wants to keep playing. That’s their choice! (Check out Piano Safari’s Mini Essay 4: Assigning Pieces for more on this.)
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