Shop is Open – Check Out the New Music Lab Series!

Drumroll, please…

After two years and five months of this blog, Piano Pantry now has a SHOP! (I’ve been waiting so long to say that!!)

You can find it in the top menu bar.

While this is quite an exciting announcement, there’s an even better one…

What’s the first product, you ask?

It’s a Music Lab Series!

 

 

For a brief history of music labs and how I came to where I am today, read “Music Labs in the Independent Studio: A Brief History”.

As I mention in that post, when I first started including a music lab eight years ago, there was really only one “curriculum” product out there. It just wasn’t working for me, so I began creating my own music lab assignment sheets.

Only one other music lab curriculum/program has emerged since that time (that I know of), but I’ve continued to stick with my lab own series since it was working well for me.  Over the past seven years, it has morphed and changed quite a bit as I’m sure it will continue to do.

 

Tell Me More About these Music Labs!

I was looking for a program that was flexible for all my students – no matter what method book or materials they were using, age, or ability level.

One of my frustrations in general with 90% of apps and programs is that there is no way to track student progress.

Of the 10% (or really less) that do, you still have to physically go to each individual program/app to see what the student has achieved. This was WAY too much leg work.

As a visual (and “big picture”) person, I wanted to see everything in one location.

Thus, most of the Music Lab sheets are customized to each program to give you a way not only give assignments to students but for students to have written instructions and the ability to track their progress.

Sold as individual-app and program-based labs, you can design your students’ curriculum and lab time not only around the apps and programs you enjoy the most but according to the age and level of students in your studio.

Each lab is a letter-size PDF that is designed to be kept in a 3-ring binder. Every download includes information on terms of use as well as specific instructions for both the teacher and student that pertain to that individual lab.

All labs are studio licenses which means you can print as many copies for your students (only) as you need for as long as you live.

Please keep in mind each license is per teacher / individual studio. If you are part of a multi-teacher studio or music school, then you will need to purchase multiple copies. Please contact Amy directly to determine appropriate purchasing.

 

If you’re curious for even more details on how I run my music labs, I’ve created a 15-page eBook that is chock full of all kinds of “pro tips.”

We’ll talk about how I schedule, set-up, and organize labs. (You all know “organizing” is my favorite topic! 🙂 )

Laid out in an easy to read and understand format, this book will answer all your questions regarding music lab time!

 

Discount – Get the eBook for Free!

In celebration of the kick-off of the music-lab series, I’m offering the 15-page eBook for FREE with $45 of music lab purchases.

Please note that you must add the eBook to your cart. Once you have $45 or more of other items in your cart, it will remove the cost of the book from your cart.

Use discount code lablaunch2019 at checkout.

Offer expires at midnight on September 1.

 

Give Me More!

Would you like to learn more in-depth details on the programs that I have created labs for?

Check out these posts:

1) My Favorite Computer-Based Program for Music Lab Time

2) More Than 100 Videos for Your Music Lab

3) Finally! A Music Lab/Assignment Sheet for Piano Explorer Magazine

4) Two High-Quality iPad Theory Apps

5) Favorite iPad Apps for Music Lab

 

Ready to Purchase?

Do you just want to just straight to getting your product?

Shop the entire Music Lab Series now!

 

2 Comments

  • Amy, this is perfect timing as I am getting lab books ready today and tomorrow and was needing more assignments for older students. I am so excited about your curriculum, however, every time I go to checkout what I have added to my cart, my cart is empty. Any suggestions?

    • Hi, Christy,

      I’m so sorry about that! It was checkout out fine just last night. It just did the same thing for me. I made a small change then suddenly it was working again (but I’m not convinced what I did fixed it). Go ahead and try it one more time. Also, you might try a hard refresh. (Mac: Shift + Reload or Cmd + Shift + R PC: Ctrl + F5). I’m going to email you as well.

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