Ready for a Creativity Kickstart?

Inspiring students is easy with Creativity Kickstarter Activities

5 days of live video classes, homework and exciting lesson plans Join for just $27

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Teaching theory and skills doesn’t have to be boring. In fact – it can be a blast for you AND your students


Spark imagination and excitement during lessons


Strengthen reading and analysis skills (without your students knowing!)


Connect with teachers all over the world as you enjoy professional development

Hear what TopMusic Challengers have to say about the experience:



What's Included:

πŸ“Ή 5 days of live video lessons starting April 27 ET, April 28 AEST (two day weekend break)

πŸ“š Daily Homework Tasks

πŸ‘¨β€πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘§β€πŸ‘§ Accountability and connection inside the private Facebook Challenge Group

πŸ“Ό Replays available for 48 hours after the Challenge ends

Daily Topics

Day 1

Epic Sus Chords

Teach sus chords and have your students sounding epic

Day 2

Descending Bass Lines

Playing scales and harmonizing has never been so fun

Day 3

3 Pop Song Progressions

Your students will love reviewing harmony with these activities

Day 4

The Scale Vamp

Have your students volunteering to play scales and transpose

Day 5

Piano Styles and LH Patterns

Build excitement and guide students to play confidently in any style

Get the early bird bonus!

Sign up before April 23 and receive the TopMusicSheets collection of Grant Arnold's music!

That's 10 studio licensed pieces you can share with your studio -- $20 value -- yours FREE when you register as an early bird🐦

We aren’t the only ones excited about the Creativity Kickstarter Challenge

Check out the giveaways challengers can win!


πŸ‘‰ FREE $10 MusicNotes Sheet Music Vouchers


πŸ’Έ FREE $5 TopMusicMarketplace Gift Certificates


πŸ‘‰ FREE SuperScore digitial sheet music gift cards


πŸ’Έ FREE Internet MIDI software from Timewarp Technologies

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Tim Topham founded TopMusic in 2010 when he realised that traditional, exam-focussed teaching just wasn’t cutting it with his savvy, tech-focussed students. He decided to revolutionise his approach and, along the way, share blogs and videos of his ideas. Happily, this continues to this day.


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