Free offer from Alfred Music

by | Jul 25, 2015 | Lesson Ideas, Studio Ideas | 3 comments



If you prefer another teaching method, consider using the free lesson book in one of the following ways:

  • Donate your copy to a non-for-profit organization.  Here in the St. Louis area, we have Pianos for People, an organization that “connects people who need pianos with pianos who need people.”  I accidentally stumbled across Pianos for People on a recent visit to St. Louis with one of my girlfriends and fellow piano teacher.  I will share pictures of my visit and more about the organization soon.  Maybe there is an organization local to you that could use a book for students who need them.
  • Send it home with a student and see how many songs they can sight read in one week.
  • Give it to a college student who is learning to teach.  College students are poor! (well I was, anyway.)

I don’t know about you, but I don’t need too many reasons to take advantage of a free offer.  I’m always grateful for companies who are willing to share resources with teachers.  Thanks, Alfred!

What will you do with your free book?


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