Learn the basics of piano before you even go to a teacher.
We will teach you good practice habits and easy ways for your kids to do them everyday. In this course we will show that a 4,5, or 6 year old can learn how to do this because a 6 year old will be helping to teach it.
What you learn in this course;
Who is this course for:
This course is perfect for anyone who is interested in learning piano. It is ideal for children ages 3-8 but can be beneficial for any age. It can also be a great additional practice for your children even if they are already taking lessons.
What you will find in this course;
You will have over one and a half hours of video with instructions and practice sections. We also include downloads of Flash Cards, Songs, and Exercises for you to print out.
Why take this course;
Everyone learns in different ways and this course covers many different ways to learn. This gives kids the ability to independently practice whenever they want and I have found that they learn much better that way. Most people will pay this much for a single day of classes and this course they can have forever to look over and practice with.
This will be a great chance for you to save money and your child to get ahead in piano right away. The average cost of a half hour class is $25 so for the cost of just trying out a class you will have the information of 3-9 months.
This is a short video that describes what the parent or influential person should be doing to make this experience great for our musicians.
Gabriel will show you what the different parts of the piano are.
Gabriel will show you what your different finger numbers are.
Knowing the names of the keys is an important part of playing piano and Gabriel will show you how to learn that.
This is a game to help you learn your finger number. You can play it by yourself and find a friend to play with you.
This Game will help you learn your notes in a fun way. It includes a few ways to play.
Some students learn things much better with Flash cards. I will show you how to print them up and play them with the kids. You can also use it as a type of memory game too.
This is a simple exercise that just gets your fingers moving and playing notes consistently.
I show you a little trick called the thumb flip which will help you with the next exercise.
Learning your scales well will help you out a ton in the future. This is the easiest scale and a good one to get used to. "Remember use the correct finger numbers."
In this lecture we show you how to create chords in whatever key you are in. Chords are the building blocks of our modern music.
This exercises combines both the chords and five finger exercise together to help out with both at once.
Everyone learns at different speeds so where should you or your child be right now in their learning. I will show you the key points to look for.
Working with two hands at the same time is very helpful. Here is a few ways to make it easier for you.
This lecture just lets you know how and why we are going to be using rhythms and why they are important.
This exercise deals with a quarter notes rhythm
This exercise deals with an easy rhythm called 1,3,5,3
This exercise deals with a back and forth rhythm found in a lot of songs.
This video shows you different ways to add in rhythm. It also shows you different ways to create rhyhms.
This video gives a brief reason why you should be teaching someone.
About the Owner Micah Blake
I have been into music my whole life. I have my Masters Certificate in Music Theory and Harmony from Berklee and have been playing instruments for over fifteen years. I'm so glad that it's something I can now do full time and help other people explore music. I am always trying to get better at what I do and help others progress along his or her own path. It doesn't matter if you're 7 or 70, you can progress in what you love to do. Speaking Music is just another step to help you get there. Learning music is so much more than becoming the best, it's about developing yourself and getting a more balanced life emotionally and physically.