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Free Resources
Free Resources is an assortment of pieces and exercises for teachers and students to use in their lessons.
All resources are free to download and are available in both European A4 and US Letter Size (LS).

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Piano Phrasing Exercises
Exercises to help students develop a graceful phrasing action and hand independence.
Thirds At Play
Written to help beginning students recognize and play intervals of a third. Students can sing the lyrics, helping to re-enforce the way thirds move on the staff.
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Sight Reading Exercises - Initial Grades
2 sheets of sight reading exercises for beginner grade piano students.

The exercises use C Major 5 finger position and Middle C position.

The sheet of C Major 5 finger position exercises are comparable to the standard required in a TCL Initial grade piano exam.
Sight Reading Exercises - Grade 1
2 sheets of sight reading exercises for Grade 1  piano students.

All the exercises are in a 5 finger position and include passages in C Major, G Major and A Minor keys.

The 2nd sheet of longer 4/4 time exercises are comparable to the standard required in a TCL Grade 1 piano exam.
Hand Independence Exercises - Legato Against Staccato
Two, C Major 5 finger position exercises, for students learning to play one hand legato while the other hand plays staccato.

Students have a lot of fun and enjoy the challenge these exercises present, a bit like patting your head and rubbing your stomach at the same time!

Each exercise needs to be taken very, very slowly at first, so that the student learns what the different hand actions 'feel like'. Once mastered they can have fun playing faster. The 2nd metronome mark is a suggested one only.