Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Piano for Preschoolers: Give your children the gift of music

About Piano for Preschoolers :

The Piano for Preschoolers beginner piano music teaches children to read real music notes and to play them on real keys from the very start. While the color coding guides them, the kids are actually seeing and playing real music. These beginning piano lesson plans simply allow children to learn music at a younger age. The benefits of music education for children are numerous and can last a lifetime.

Preschool Music Activities: Kids Piano Music and Beginning Piano Lessons for Children

Music activities for preschool aged children prepare them for the sucess in school that will open many doors in the future. Before you know it your preschooler will be in school all day and his afternoons will be filled with sports and other activities. Now is your chance to encourage early childhood brain development by teaching your child how to play the piano.

By simply ordering Piano for Preschoolers today, your children can realize the benefits of playing piano. Your preschooler will gain an advantage in school, understand the relationship between music and math, and most importantly, acquire a lifelong love of music. Who knows where a beginner piano music class may lead?

Teach Your Child Piano with Piano for Preschoolers

The Piano for Preschoolers preschool music lessons include everything your preschooler needs to master beginning piano. For only $39.95 (less than one month of private piano lessons), you can teach your child piano.

One durable color strip fits securely on the 37 key quality electronic keyboard we've chosen. The smaller-sized keys are perfect for your child's little hands. The beginning kids piano course and this keyboard make a terrific gift that any preschooler or parent of a preschooler will treasure. The benefits of early instruction can last a lifetime. The Casio keyboard is available for $69.95.

When You Purchase Piano for Preschoolers Music Lessons, You'll Receive:

Beginning piano book containing 17 familiar beginner piano songs written in color-coded notes on a traditional musical staff

17 Track CD with voice-over "count aloud" for each song in the music book

Durable coordinating color strip that sits behind the keys of your piano or keyboard to guide your preschooler to the correct key

A second durable color strip to fit securely on most quality electronic keyboards with mini-keys

Parent/Teacher Guide that includes step-by-step instructions for teaching each of the 19 music lessons

Click here to order. Visit Piano for Preschoolers now. Give your child an advantage in school and a head start in life as you nurture a natural love of music. You can teach your preschooler beginning piano even if you’ve never played. Give the gift of music!

3 comments:

  1. I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I dont know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.


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  2. That sounds like a good program... I'd be interested to see if it really worked or if the parent would also need to have music teaching skills to help this along. I'd suggest signing your kid up for Suzuki piano lessons- they'll learn faster with a certified teacher and kids as young as 3 can start (if they can discipline themselves enough to bow to the teacher). Suzuki teaches that you can learn music like a mother-language (through hearing it all the time) and the kids start playing piano right away and then teach note-reading later. I'm not sure how starting with note reading benefits the child when they still have to learn all the basics of actually playing the piano.

    If you want just a fun music class for your kid sign them up for an Orff music class or at the very least KinderMusic.

    Just a few thoughts from an Instrumental Music Teacher.

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  3. It’s Angie Crellin, the developer of Piano for Preschoolers. I wanted to thank Susannah for reviewing our program and helping me get the word out about our method. I think it’s terrific that moms can trust bloggers like Susannah to make them aware of quality products.

    I felt compelled to respond to the above comment from the Instrumental Music Teacher. Volumes have been written about the Suzuki method vs. traditional piano lessons. This is not the forum to continue that debate. Besides, moms looking for quality products for their kids aren’t necessarily aware, or even care, that the Suzuki method teaches kids to play by ear and traditional methods teach kids to actually read music. They simply want what’s best for their kids.

    I developed Piano for Preschoolers to give parents the confidence to teach their young children beginning piano at home. Thousands of moms who don’t have any musical background have taught their children to play the piano using our method. I firmly believe a caring parent or grandparent is the best first piano teacher. Giving a child a very positive first experience at the piano in a nurturing environment makes all the difference. It has always been my contention that a parent or grandparent with the right tools can do the best job of that. Children who master the concepts in our Basic Course go on to be very successful in their further study with private instructors.

    Parents looking for private instruction or group classes can find all the information they need about Suzuki lessons or KinderMusic classes. Piano for Preschoolers is an affordable alternative to private or group piano lessons. I hear from moms and grandmas every day who are teaching their children to play the piano and creating wonderful memories at the same time. Sorry, but I couldn’t let anyone suggest they won’t be successful just because they may or may not have “musical teaching skills.”

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