Today I want to offer ready Suzuki violin group lesson plans the first weeks of February. No more spending time before your next Suzuki violin group class preparing! Simply print out and go!
I know that this is a very busy time for me. I feel pretty tired around February and everything is piling up right around this time of year. So if I could have things already prepared for me so I can take one less step in preparation for my Suzuki violin group classes, I am happy. If that sounds good keep reading!
Suzuki Violin Group Class Lesson Plan for Valentine’s Day Review
Here is a fun idea you will enjoy!
This is a fun activity that you can use either for a portion of your class or the whole class. All materials are created with Valentine’s theme. Students get to hide the review cards, then ask the parents’ help to find them, and finally play the piece that is on their card. The lesson can provide a fun activity on Valentine’s Day and a different way to lead your group class. It can also be a good activity if you have a very mixed class or you feel the need foe more review of pieces. It is fantastic to do with early Book 2 students who are not going back and doing their review of Book 1 songs.
Materials and ready lesson plan can be found below.
If you like the idea but would like to use that lesson plan at a different time of the year, you can find it below:
Suzuki Cello Group Class Lesson Plan for Review
This lesson plan has exactly the same idea as the fun one above. But for cello! We have two versions of the ready lesson plan, one specific for Valentine’s day. One that can be used for any other part of the school year. You can find them separately below:
Suzuki Violin Group Class Lesson Plan for Teaching Key Signatures
This is a very detailed lesson for teaching early key signatures. If you have started note reading with any of your classes, these Suzuki group class idea will be a great addition to your teaching. The lesson provides fun ideas of practicing and learning the key signatures in a different way. Materials included. The lesson plan provides a detailed script of what the teacher might introduce the key signatures so the kids understand it and it is easy for them to remember and practice. The students would need to know how to play one octave A D and G Major scales prior to teaching this lesson plan.
Questions for Our International Suzuki Readers
I am very grateful for you, the followers of this blog! You make things happen! But our blog audience is quite global at this point. We have subscribers from many different countries. The blog provides lots of ideas for all. But so far the ready materials are only in English. You can find some of the in the links below. I am thinking of starting to translate some of the materials offered through this blog. If you feel that there might be a particular interest in the community you live, please share in the comments below or email me here.