Whats included:

Unit 1: Orientation on the Piano

Unit 2: The Musical ABCs

Unit 3: Musical Staff Introduction (Treble Clef)

Unit 4: Finger Numbers

Unit 5: Steps & Skips

Unit 6: Rhythm Beat & Note Values

Unit 7: Rests

Unit 8: Bass Clef Introduction & Playing with the Left Hand

Unit 9: Playing with Two Hands at the Same Time!

Unit 10: Playing multiple notes at the same time & C-Major chord

Unit 11: Legato & Staccato

Unit 12: Piano & Forte

Unit 13: Lines & Spaces and Higher Notes on the Treble Clef Staff

Unit 14: Bass Clef Training

Unit 15: C-Major Scale/Crossing over & under/Warm-ups

Unit 16: Sharps # Introduction

Unit 17: Flats (♭)

Unit 18: The Natural Sign/Flats & Sharps (in one sheet)

Unit 19: Scales (in Major)

Unit 20: Notes above & underneath a staff

How to Use this Curriculum:

This curriculum splits each topic up into table time, and piano time activities. Table time involves a fun way to introduce a concept to the child which will be enhanced during piano time. There will be goals identified throughout each lesson, materials needed, and notes/tips to help them learn along the way. I will constantly add new units, music sheets, game activity ideas, and videos. For premium members, if you have a specific request, please let me know and I’ll be glad to help.

Here are some tips to help you get started:

  • With children under 6 years old, switching between activities is key to manage their attentiveness.
  • This entire program is self-paced, so it’s okay to practice whenever desired, but I would recommend some type of routine.
  • For those quick learners out there, it’s okay not to practice every activity.
  • Units build up on each other. Before starting a new unit, practice a few activities from the previous unit.
  • You don’t have to use each material identified at the beginning of each unit (use what you have around the house).
  • I recommend having a folder for music sheets (children love to decorate the outside of the folder).
  • Trace your child’s development. The units identify what to watch out for. If you notice your child has issues with previous units, incorporate them into each unit until they get a better grasp of it.
  • If you are having trouble with any lesson, don’t hesitate to reach out to our learning group for assistance.

Now if you’re ready to begin, let’s start making music!