Do your kids struggle with learning notes and with learning how to read music? Trying to memorize all of those notes and the positions of each note can be so hard. Some children seem to pick it up more quickly than others.
For a very long time I have wanted my children to learn to play an instrument- like the piano. It is something I’ve wished all of my life I knew how to do. Now, we can test the waters at home using our electric keyboard and start exploring and learning. (What I love most about the keyboard is that we can put it away when we are not using it and it does not take up tons of space. obviously, you can also use a piano.)
Right Brain Music realizes that every child learns differently. The left brain child likes to work on their own, using workbooks, and can easily store information in their short-term memory. A child who is a right brain learner is more hands on and likes to discuss topics to help them learn and also work on projects in groups. A child who is a right brain learner also works best with more one-on-one time with the teacher or adult, and is stimulated with more interaction.
At Right Brain Music they know what helps right brain learners learn, and have integrated those techniques into their teaching. Things like color, humor and pictures help the children store these items into their long-term memory. The system they use by incorporating these techniques allows students of all ages to learn quicker and remember what they have learned longer.
Right Brain Music has created various products, such as flash cards and memory games, to help the children learn music in a way that they can process more easily. As a mom, you will love that these products will help to build their musical abilities and will help you teach music to your children in a way that your right brain child can understand.
This entire program really has my children very intrigued and captivates their attention. It is a great shift in activity when we’ve been busy with homeschool books and assignments. This is something my twins, who are 7, and our fifth grader, who is 12, is enjoying and learning from.
Their clever note names were made with boys in mind, I just know it. For my kids who learn by associating things in their mind, this works great!
As a mom it can be frustrating trying to teach your child something and seeing the frustration on their faces when they just don’t get it. Right Brain Music products will help remove the frustration from your teaching sessions and allow your child to learn to read music quickly.
The Right Brain Music learning methods have been proven to be more effective for right brain learners than other, more traditional, learning methods. For example, their Music Flash Cards teach the musical notes by associating each one with the character that will help your child remember each note in a way that works better for them. The characters are very memorable and include a description that will help children relate it back to the musical note.
The system includes 26 characters. They are not designed to be learned all at once. The instructions that come with the learning tools suggest certain notes that should be introduced first, followed by others that you choose. The peel and cling stickers can be applied and removed easily.
The learning activities are easy to read and follow. I have even had fun playing along.
I love the simplicity of first learning the notes that are just used with your right hand, then just your left hand and then the latter activities incorporate both hands used together at the same time.
Right Brain Music would love to give one lucky Crystal & Co., reader one of their Note Learning Systems that is valued at $54.99! The system includes:
- Right Brain Music Flash Card Set
- Right Brain Music Practice Book, Levels 1 & 2
- Right Brain Music 5 x 7 Laminated Note Card with Pen
- Right Brain Music Laminated Piano Key Chart
- Right Brain Music Piano Sticker Set
- Right Brain Music Note Reference Chart
- Right Brain Music Memory Game
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