First Piano Lesson for Tiny Tots by Valerie Kerr (piano not needed)

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First Piano Lesson for Tiny Tots: The method used in this book does NOT require t the need for a Piano.

Three year old twins, Tshepi and Sipho, receive a gift of a piano from their father.. Realising that small children have a natural ability to soak up and store information, their mother spends quality time with them, teaching them the names of some keyboard notes in an interesting and fun way. She uses the same method to teach them about the stave on which music is written and how to read a few notes.

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Three year old twins, Tshepi and Sipho, receive a gift of a piano from their father.. Realising that small children have a natural ability to soak up and store information, their mother spends quality time with them, teaching them the names of some keyboard notes in an interesting and fun way. She uses the same method to teach them about the stave on which music is written and how to read a few notes.

This book will help young children to develop an interest in playing music and with this basic understanding allow them the freedom to choose to eventually study music if they enjoy it. The author felt that the fact that young children have the ability to learn and retain knowledge in their early years, they could develop a love for music through a book of this type.

Valerie has spent many years successfully teaching music to people of all ages and felt inspired to share her knowledge with impressionable young children at home as well as children who attend pre-primary, primary and nursery schools. Her aim is to write further books in this series which will steadily become more advanced with the added benefit that children could become interested in playing other instruments as well.

About the author:

Valerie Kerr, has taught piano, music theory/ harmony and singing for four decades. She has composed many pieces of music which are registered with the South African Music Rights Organisation (SAMRO). She has qualification in hypnotherapy meditation, colour and sound therapy, as well as music teaching qualifications from Trinity College of London. These experiences led Valarie to write inspirational books and children's books. She felt the desire in this age of technology to encourage children to maintain their inherent ability to create a world in their mind.

Valerie Kerr
978-1-920609-55-9
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