How to Make An Origami Piano
Learn how to make this origami piano in this step by step tutorial you can learn how to make an origami piano!
Step 1. Get a sheet of square origami paper for your piano.
We chose to use blue origami paper for our piano. You can buy origami paper online or at your local hobby/craft store.
Step 2. Fold the paper in half lengthwise.
Take your origami paper and fold it in half lengthwise.
Step 3. Make 2 Houses
By taking the top layer of the folded paper, fold the corner back where it looks like a house with roof. Make one of these on each side.
Step 4. Fold up the middle of the two houses.
In the center of your two houses will be a place you can fold that paper upwards to the top.
Step 5. Fold in each side
After you complete step 4, fold both the left and right edges to the inside.
Step 6. Fold the outside edges back out.
Fold your edges out back slightly.
Step 7. Press the folded side in and tape them.
That’s it! You did it. Now to finish the piano by adding keys.
Finish your piano by drawing piano keys on it with a black marker. You can also choose to use different colored paper than was chosen here! Have fun making your piano!
You’ve registered your child for piano, voice, or guitar lessons! They are excited, but now what? Here are the 5 steps that will help your child get the most out of their lessons, and give the greater chances of success!
The Top 5
- Help them develop a practice habit! This is super easy to do in actuality. At the Academy we work on a points system. And, we help you get your child to practice without the fuss by using a simple technique that gets them to sit down with their instrument in 10 minute sessions! Then, when they earn their points through practice time, they can spend their points in the Music Money Store!
- Let them play! I’ve often had parents complain that sometimes their child doesn’t want to practice their assignment. The child just wants to play the instrument and make noise! Well…grab your headphones, because that it totally ok! When you combine point number 1, and let them have some exploration time, they will soon have developed a habit of playing. That is exactly what we want them to do!
- Tip them! What does this mean? It means giving them a little tip jar that you drop change into when you see them practicing. Or maybe offer to take them to ice cream, or play video games. Just give them an incentive.
- Give them at least 90 days to try it! To have the greatest success in learning anything, it takes habits and consistent action. It won’t be fair to make a decision on your child’s success before 90 days. You will have to be patient before you hear “Sweet Home Alabama” or Beethoven coming from their instrument!
- Encourage them. I want you to make sure that you tell your child that it is ok to make mistakes and sound terrible at first! Everyone does! Trust me! Most of them don’t understand that making mistakes is part of learning. You can’t have success without making them. That’s a life rule! So go ahead and encourage them by letting them know they are getting better, or they played that song well!
If you’re looking for a great place to get your child started with guitar, voice, or piano lessons in the Central Arkansas area, then give Park Hill Performing Arts Academy a call right now! 501-747-1870 or connect with us on facebook