If you want to make money from your Summer camp, you need the right number of kids to attend. If you want good attendance, you need the kids to be excited about coming to your camp.
Choosing a really fun piano camp theme is a big part of this. The right theme can really sell your camp to students, and can provide you with great marketing inspiration too. Whether you want to run a small camp in your home studio, or a big operation with other staff and outside space, the theme could make it or break it.
Sara Campbell and Tracy Selle are the creators of Group Lessons 101, and they have so many fun piano camp ideas to share with us today. Not only will these ideas make your camp a success, but they’ll have kids begging to come back year after year.
If you’re planning any kind of camp, workshop or group lesson, you’ll definitely want to check out this podcast episode.
Are you looking for step-by-step guidance for creating your own piano summer camps and workshops this year? Are you new to the whole summer camp thing and unsure of how to get started? Want someone to help you?
If you’d like someone to guide you every step of the way from planning to financing to contracts, then this course will be perfect for you. I’m so excited to be announcing that my great blogging friend Jennifer Foxx has recently released her own training dedicated to helping teachers get started with their own summer camp programs.
The course is called Make More, Teach Less and it will be the ultimate companion for anyone looking to start their own summer camp program. Featuring nine online video modules that you can follow at your own pace, Jennifer’s training will cover everything you need to know.
Remember that the best thing about a course like this is that it will save you heaps of time and money and avoid you making all the mistakes that Jennifer made when she ran her first camps. Do it right the first time and enjoy the extra income and benefits of a summer-time program for your students.
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Do you have a go-to game to fill the final five minutes? Or a student favourite that they insist is included in every group lesson or camp? What about a favourite theme that was a hit in your studio?
I’d love to hear some of your awesome ideas in the comments.
Tim Topham has one mission in life: to stem the tide of children quitting music lessons by helping teachers maximise student engagement through creativity, technology and innovation. Tim hosts the popular Creative Piano Teaching Podcast, blogs regularly at timtopham.com and speaks at local and international conferences on topics such as pedagogy, business, marketing and entrepreneurship. Tim has been featured in American Music Teacher, The Piano Teacher Magazine, Californian Music Teacher and EPTA Piano Professional. Tim holds an MBA in Educational Leadership, BMus, DipEd and AMusA.