Last-Minute Stocking Stuffers for Music Students!


Christmas is only a few days away! Still looking for some last minute gift ideas for your budding piano student? Here are a few ideas for cool stocking stuffers that are perfect for young musicians!

(Pssst… I only selected items that would arrive before Christmas!)


Music Reaction Game

The idea of this game is great! This would be perfect for the kids who subscribe to the “music is my life” motto. Answer all kinds of crazy questions like, “Name a song that describes your life” and “If your band decided to break apart, would you go solo or try and find other members for the band?” This could be fun to play with friends and family 🙂

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I know that socks aren’t on the top of every kid’s wishlist, but music themed socks for a budding musician? Yes, please!

A1mLckMl7GL._SL1500_Piano Keys – Soft Printed ID Neck Lanyard

Here’s a music-themed lanyard for school IDs, keys, or even cell phone carriers. (If I had something like this, maybe I wouldn’t be digging around in my purse for keys all the time!)

61VrDNI-RHL._SL1000_.jpgMusical Book Note Clip

This is a useful tool to keep music books open on the piano. No more fighting those pages! Long clips like this work especially well with the Piano Pronto books that we use in the studio.


41jC9MtPAwL.jpgMusic Book Clip or Page Holder

Not as “fancy” as the one above, but this design can work well for large music anthologies that have stiff binding. When a “chip clip” isn’t strong enough, the traditional page holder normally gets the job done.

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Here’s a fancy way to mark the pages in a music book, or any book for that matter! I gave these out as part of a Christmas gift to my students a couple of years ago. 🙂

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