Play Piano with Your Right Hand


Hi parents & mini-musos


πŸ–οΈ Learning about finger numbers will help you play the piano more easily.


πŸ™‚ For this week I've prepared some materials to really help with practise at home & have fun with your kids too!


▢️ I've also included a great video. Follow along with Dani. It really helps having a teacher to practise with. Doing a little and often will help your child's hands develop dexterity.


πŸ“š Download our Funsheet. It's the perfect illustration to show you which fingers go on which keys if you were starting on the key C or 1 as shown below.


⏰ It takes a little time to play smoothly & especially with finger number 4. It's always a bit sleepy. In time, it will get stronger and move independently.


🎹 Next, see if your child can play the right keys, as shown with the correct fingers.


πŸ‘ Do send feedback via the comments section on YouTube so we know what new content to make for you.


πŸŽ‰ Have a great weekend.


Sunita, David & the Fun-Keys team






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