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Author: Piano-K,Victoria Mandly
ISBN: 0982311508
Language: English
Category: Arts Music & Photography
Publisher: Piano-K; 2015 edition (October 2, 2015)
Rating: 4.3
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has been added to your Cart. My seven-year old son could play the entire Level One book within a couple of weeks, which happily is composed of popular nursery tunes he knows, so he can self-correct when his playing doesn't sound right

has been added to your Cart. My seven-year old son could play the entire Level One book within a couple of weeks, which happily is composed of popular nursery tunes he knows, so he can self-correct when his playing doesn't sound right. He started with an instructor last week, who was impressed with his high level of commitment and interest - which I attribute to these books! Enjoying an early success at playing whole songs has been inspirational and fun for him, and he wants to keep learning. Now he is playing through Level Two with both hands! In a month!

Piano-K is an exciting new self-teaching game-book for children which does not require any previous music skills and the only one that integrates colors and figures into the score, and their matching stickers on the keyboard.

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Piano-K is an exciting new self-teaching game-book for children which does not require any previous music skills and the . Matching animal stickers on keyboard. Level 1 for right hand. Dimensions: 11" x 17".

Piano-K is an exciting new self-teaching game-book for children which does not require any previous music skills and the only one that integrates colors and figures into the score, and their matching stickers on the keyboard. The colorful animals stickers allow kids to associate the notes on the keyboard with their places and names in the score without realizing that they are learning to read music. There are three levels of proficiency. The first level uses only one hand and one set of stickers so the child gets a basic overview of the keyboard.

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Piano-K is an exciting new self-teaching game-book for children which does not require any previous music skills and the only one that integrates colors and figures into the score, and their matching stickers on the keyboard

Piano-K is an exciting new self-teaching game-book for children which does not require any previous music skills and the only one that integrates colors and figures into the score, and their matching stickers on the keyboard. The first level uses only one hand (Level 1 right hand, Level 1B left hand) and one set of stickers so the child gets a basic overview of the keyboard.

Piano-K Play the Self-Teaching Piano Game for Kids. Level 2 by Victoria M&ly.

Level 2 (9780982311516) by Victoria Mandly and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books . The colorful animals' stickers allow kids to associate the notes on the keyboard with their places and names in the score without realizing that they are learning to read music. In the second level, the left hand is introduced and another set of stickers broadens the keyboard area played.

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Piano-K is an exciting new self-teaching game-book for children which does not require any previous music skills and the only one that integrates colors and figures into the score, and their matching stickers on the keyboard. The colorful animals' stickers allow kids to associate the notes on the keyboard with their places and names in the score without realizing that they are learning to read music. There are three levels of proficiency. The first level uses only one hand (Level 1 RIGHT HAND, treble clef; Level 1B LEFT HAND, bass clef) and one set of stickers so the child gets a basic overview of the keyboard. Over-sized 11 x 17 inches. EXTRA STICKERS email: learn at piano-k.com. Spanish edition is also available. PLAY THE RECORDER GAME JUST RELEASED!
Comments (7)
Vathennece
My seven-year old son could play the entire Level One book within a couple of weeks, which happily is composed of popular nursery tunes he knows, so he can self-correct when his playing doesn't sound right.

He started with an instructor last week, who was impressed with his high level of commitment and interest - which I attribute to these books! Enjoying an early success at playing whole songs has been inspirational and fun for him, and he wants to keep learning. Now he is playing through Level Two with both hands! In a month!

My own childhood experience with beginner piano books was so deadly dull that I gave up quickly, but this one, heck, even I play it too.

You do have to slightly 'deface' your keyboard with stickers, but they'll peel off later, and they are the really essential part, since they teach the keys by visual association (C note is a cat face, D is a dog, E is elephant, etc) and the key labels match the note signatures visually. No need to start memorizing note placement until child is already playing successfully, and then it comes naturally at that point. The notes are also numbered to show which finger (1-5) should be playing the note.

Can't recommend enough. The Level One book teaches the right hand, treble clef, and no black keys, with basic time signatures. The Level Two book adds the left hand and bass clef, with some black keys and additional theory. There is also a third level which we don't yet have. After this series of books, children will be able to transition easily into more complicated lesson series.
Mananara
I can only give a qualified recommendation for this book/series.

Pros:
+ The large format and the colorful pictures will likely appeal to the very young kids (under 5). The papers are sturdy so they won't tear easily.
+ The tunes in the book are all well known. This means that even if you are not 100% comfortable with all the different aspects of the score, you can probably guess the right thing to do.

Cons:
- There is very little instruction. I kind of understand why they went this route -- little kids won't understand all that music theory stuff right away anyhow. However, even at the very basic level, there is more going on than just finding the right note on the keyboard (e.g., how long to hold the note for, what are rests, what different time signatures mean). The book offers just one terse sentence for each concept. If you aren't already familiar with them, they probably don't make a lot of sense.
- at 12 songs a book, the progression of difficulty in the book is probably too steep. Potentially, kids might get discouraged after breezing through the easy first book, which focuses on just one hand and stays within one octave.
- there is also a potential pitfall of being too dependent on this particular format -- at some point, your kid will want to venture past the 36 songs in the series (though the company offers to convert your regular scores into their color coded animal format for the low low price of $20 a page).

So, overall, I think book 1 is a reasonably fun introduction for kids under 5, who are most likely too young to take real lessons. They can poke at the keys, matching pictures to stickers; they don't have to worry too much about fingering or whatever. If they find the book cute and associate a generally positive attitude toward the piano, it's $15-$20 well spent. By the time they turn 5 or older, they would be better served by a more formal series like Alfred or Bastien etc. But most importantly, they'd need a knowledgeable and supportive teacher to guide them.
Ygglune
Overpriced, but really good. I have 3 daughters, age 6, 7 and 12. The 6 and 7 year olds LOVE THIS. They had little interest in learning to play before this, and I had tried various books (Teaching Little Fingers To Play and a couple of others). The 6 year old especially has loved this, partly I think because it makes learning piano like learning to read, which she's also excited about right now. It's not going to get you to an advanced level, and you'll have to suffer through many renditions of one-fingered "Mary Had A Little Lamb". But it's a pretty good way to get young kids excited and confident around the piano or keyboard (the stickers also work on a keyboard).
Ueledavi
I bought this to begin teaching my 3 yr old granddaughter piano. It is super easy to teach and has all of her favorite songs. Because she is familiar with the songs, it's easier for her to comprehend timing. Matching the notes in the book with the keyboard is super easy with the animals. She's learning to read music without realizing it. We will stay on this book until she's mastered it and then move up to the next one. It's a great system to get little ones familiar with how you make music by hitting the right notes. It's very exciting for her, because when she plays it correctly, she has a huge sense of pride!
Iseared
Large, sturdy and spiral-bound, this book surpassed my expectations. First off, it's huge! I wasn't expecting it to be such a big book, but I love that it makes the notes easier to read. The graphics are simple and clean yet colorful enough to be attractive without overwhelming. I appreciate the very simple yet precise "lesson" on each page, too, explaining the basics of how to read music, like time signatures, repeat signs, dynamics, half notes, etc. And I love how it introduces children to reading music in a fun, engaging way.

I just put the stickers on the keys last night and my 3 year old son is starting to grasp the concept of matching the sticker/note with the corresponding sticker/key. No songs yet, just notes here and there but I'm not going to pressure him because he'll get there eventually.

The fun bright stickers make the piano a little more appealing now so we'll see how things go!