Left Hand Fingers for Piano

Hi everyone

Welcome to another quick guide to playing piano for preschoolers. We have a great vid and a Fab Funsheet for you to download as always.

This week, we learn how to play the notes on the piano using our left hand.

CπŸ’š Do. BπŸ’› Ti. AπŸ’— La. GπŸ’œ So. F🍊 Fa.

βœ‹ Our left hand has 5 fingers and we call our thumb

Finger number 1! Finger number 5 is our pinky!

🎹 Put your hand on the keyboard like a spider.

Make sure finger number 1 (thumb) is on CπŸ’š and finger number 5 (pinky) is on F🍊 .

🎹 Now play the keys with:

Finger number 1 - C πŸ’š Do

Finger number 2 - B πŸ’› Ti

Finger number 3 - A πŸ’— La

Finger number 4 - G πŸ’œ So

Finger number 5 - F 🍊 Fa

☝Press each key one at a time. Play slowly and smoothly until you have a nice easy motion and you can play each key evenly. Remember some fingers will need a little more help.

Quick quiz πŸ…πŸ…πŸ…

πŸ” Which note do we play with the sleepy finger?

πŸ”Which notes do we play with the pinky on both left and right hands?


πŸ“Ή Watch Dani and practice at home to make your fingers stronger and also play in the correct position. Download your sheet too. You can draw around your hand and name each finger too!

Have fun and get in touch if you need any help. Remember if you like what we do, subscribe to our YouTube channel. We make these clips for you to enjoy! See you next week with more practise tips from the team.

Sunita, Jay, Dani, Lucy & David



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