Updated: Jul 6, 2019
With every student that starts lessons, there will always be a last lesson. The question is, what should we do to properly wrap up the final lesson?
The student should have a fun and memorable lesson when it comes with the last one. Remembering this lesson may make them reconsider coming back later or to refer someone else to you. Here are some suggestions on what you can include for the last lesson....
What better to remember the last lesson than a fun game to play? Here are many different resources for games. Click here to view our games on our store.
Your students can improvise their own notes along with a teacher duet part. Click here to get our black key improvisation. Many students have fun improvising along with a duet part. If you would like to learn more about the importance of improvisation, click here.
3) Rote learning
If there was a fun piece that your student has always wanted to learn, you can teach them how to play it by playing it and having them copy your playing. It helps the student identify patterns and it helps them develop a good ear.
You can also bring out an easier piece for your student to sightread. It can be a fun piece that your student has wanted to play like Jingle Bells, Mary Had a Little Lamb, Old MacDonald, or Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star.