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Piano For Kids Volume 1

Activate your child with music quickly and easily using the Musicolor Method

Piano For Kids Volume 1

Teach complete beginners how to play instantly with the Musicolor Method - for preschoolers, grade schoolers and beyond!

This is the accompanying course to the songbook https://amzn.to/2rh2v5p

You can use this course alone or in conjunction with the songbook.


Does your child love to sing? Have they started asking for music lessons? Or have they tried lessons and gave up because it was too hard?

Many studies have shown the positive link between music education and brain development. Over the last decade, hundreds of preschoolers music have been introduced to music and the positive effects of music lesson through the Musicolor Method. It uses color to directly label what to play and when. It makes learning piano and other instruments fun, fast and effective.

Hi, I'm Andrew Ingkavet, a parent and music teacher. I've had the fortunate opportunity to work in many areas of education, media and design. This curriculum pulls in the power of Early Childhood Education, interface and information design and kinesthetic learning to truly create a student-centric model.

Imagine your child actually playing and practicing piano without you having to intervene to explain everything.

Since 2015, I've been training music teachers around the world in this method. As many parents have asked for more information, I decided to create a course for you. You don't need a background as a music teacher, just a familiarity with music and an instrument.

The only requirement is to have a piano or digital keyboard and some masking tape or colored stickers.


Learning To Make Music Is Learning To Compose A Life

Study after study has proven the positive link between music and brain development. Learning to make music also trains young minds in the basic tools of successful life. These tools include: the ability to focus on a problem, listening and feedback, harmonization and fitting in, and creative solutions to problems. Perseverance, goal-setting and public performance also are enhanced.

If you want to raise a child to be a creative, contributing problem solver with the ability to listen and lead, then music is one of the best paths.


NOTE TO PARENTS
This method works for kids 4 years old and up. Sometimes, even 3 year olds, but fine motor skills may not yet be ready.
Here’s a checklist to see if your child is ready:
  • Recognize basic colors and their names: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple
  • Recognize and name the letters of the alphabet at least A to G
  • Know the sequence of the alphabet A to G
  • Can pick up small objects with their fingers and/or write their name
  • Can count to 10
  • Can focus on one activity for 5 minutes
Other than that, it really can be used with almost any child, teenager or adult. I’ve also had great success with using it with special needs children on the autism spectrum.
Even if you have had little or no musical training, you can teach yourself the basics along with your child. Because the graphics are so simple, young children “read the music” even if they can’t read words.
They instantly know what to play and practice without help from an adult.

What You Will Learn

  • How To Use Color To Make Learning Simple and Instant
  • 10 Fun Songs That Are Really Finger Exercises In Disguise!
  • How To Make Practice Fun and More Like A Game
  • Recommendations for Buying Your First Keyboard/Piano
  • and much more!

We are all composers, writing the songs of our lives,

resonance souls made of sound, each a string on a cosmic harp,

echoing one great song that allows us to find our voice.

This song, which we alone were born to sing,

empowers us to warm hearts,

light the path and guide us all to our true selves.

This is why we teach & learn to make music.


Your Instructor


Andrew Ingkavet
Andrew Ingkavet

Andrew Ingkavet helps parents and educators teach life skills through music. With over 30 years experience as educator, designer, composer and entrepreneur, he was a founding VJ for MTV-Asia and is an award-winning composer for theater & film. Andrew has a BA of Music from NYU and completed post-grad studies at Mannes College of Music, ASCAP/NYU Film Scoring Workshop and The Juilliard School before founding Park Slope Music Lessons, a thriving music school in Brooklyn, NY.


Class Curriculum



Frequently Asked Questions


When does the course start and finish?
It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.

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