Piano Pre-Skills: Ready, Set, Go

Cynthia VanLandingham

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Just as children need their parents to read to them and teach the alphabet, parents can also teach their young children foundational “music Language" skills for piano or keyboard. Yes, parents, if you can teach your child the alphabet, you can give them a foundation for reading music and understanding keyboard theory.

Even if your young child is already taking piano lessons, piano teachers don't have time in a 30 minute weekly lesson to give young kids the complete foundation they need to read music easily. But most parents don’t know how easy this is to do because they don’t have the tools, or the support. Sometimes piano teachers make parents feel stupid when they ask what they can do at home to help. They act as though only a piano teacher with their level of education and experience is qualified to do this, so why would a parent even ask? This is not true! You should ask, because even if you don’t play the piano, you are absolutely qualified to help your child get a great keyboard foundation at home.

When I show parents how easy it is they are so relieved. Their young children taking lessons get off to a good start and advance much more quickly. Plus they stick with piano because their experience is so positive! I have been showing parents how they can do this for years. It’s a very simple straightforward process. And you can learn it too.

So find a piano teacher who will give you guidance and support to help your child enjoy piano. Don’t believe you are unqualified. Because when it comes to piano pre-skills, parents are the most qualified of all! And the benefits your child will receive are tremendous and well documented. Piano Lessons

  • Build Confidence
  • Encourage Creative Thinking
  • Develop Independent Learning Skills
  • Develop Math and Reading Skills
  • Improve Overall Educational Progress
  • Build a fun, life-long skill

To learn great ways to encourage your children in piano visit Amazon.com for my Piano Adventure Stories for Children These exciting Piano Adventure stores for children ages 5 to 11 feature the loveable characters, Mrs. Treble Beary and her passionate, new piano student, Albeart Littlebud. Children love following along with Albeart to Mrs. Treble Beary's piano studio in Musical Acres Forest. Here they learn what piano lessons are all about in a fun way that kids readily understand and appreciate! Piano students laugh and giggle while reading “Little Bear's Musical Garden" and “Little Bear's Piano Goals. "

For a wealth of f'ree information including a Piano Advent Calendar and piano music recordings online visit Piano Adventure Bears Music Education Resources Don't Wait to Share the Gift of Music and Yourself!


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