This is the Practice Fortune Teller Game is a great way to get students to practice more. This middle school blast from the past is a huge hit in my studio. It's especially great at recital time when those pieces need a little bit more performance polish
Piano teaching games have become very popular. I use games in my studio because my students love them and the right games, at the right moment, can really motivate students while reinforcing important skills and concepts. Games can also function as a way to assess what my students actually know. Used correctly, piano teaching games can help make your studio a success. The Practice Fortune Teller Game can help to make putting that last bit of polish on a piece a lot more fun.
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These are so easy to make and fun to use. I print them and give them out to all of my students to take home and use with their parents.
I have added and Intermediate Origami Fortune Teller to the Download Package.
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The video below will show you how to put the Practice Fortune Teller Game together.
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