As we expanded our song list, I took my original Color-Coded Beginner Piano Music Sheets and switched the orientation of the pages (from horizontal to vertical). Doing so allowed me to create the perfect beginner piano music book. All I had to do was print them out, slide them into page protectors and insert the sheets into a 3-ring binder.
Simple enough for my 4 year old to catch on quickly – this color coded piano music book has been such a confidence booster in my children’s ability to start reading sheet music. Watching their faces and sense of accomplishment after completing a song is absolutely priceless. The best part – they are having so much fun learning! 🙂
To download all the pages and create your own Color-Coded Beginner Piano Music Book, including ALL NINE SONGS, click here.
If you already have the free printables from my previous post, you are happy with the orientation and simply want to add to your collection – below are the new songs I created:
Row Row Row Your Boat, which you can download for FREE by clicking on the image below.
Are You Sleeping? (Frère Jacques)
And just in time for the holidays, we added Jingle Bells and We Wish You a Merry Christmas.
Hope you enjoy these music sheets as much as we have!
“Music is what feelings sound like.”
Related: The Imperial March Beginner Piano Sheet Music
Related: Color-Coded Beginner Piano Music Sheets
Last year I hosted a Christmas party with 12 kids. How did I keep that many little ones occupied with a craft that didn’t end up with a huge mess?? — STICKERS!
Using only these cute foam snowflakes and rhinestone gems from Amazon, each kid was able to create their own shimmering piece of art! (Individual gem packs are usually available at your local craft store)
This year, I still had left over snowflakes and rhinestone stickers, so we combined them with some glitter glue for a little extra sparkle!
With a little bit of water, these snowflakes also stick great on glass / windows. The kids love wetting them down the back and playing with them on our sliding glass patio door. 🙂
“We are like a snowflake all different in our own beautiful way”
The boys have mastered the Color-Coded Beginner Piano Sheet Music I created for them, so I thought I’d put together another song. They are super into Star Wars right now, so The Imperial March (Darth Vader’s theme) seemed like the perfect option. Simple, yet dramatically fun – and perfect to get in the mood for our upcoming trip to Disney World!
All I had to do was add 3 more color-coded note stickers to our keyboard: A black outlined green, purple and pink (see previous post for details on color-coding).
Click on below image to download FREE printable color-coded sheet music…
…And may the force be with you.