Designed to delight with a careful step by step approach, the I Can Do It! Piano Book, First Book of Favorite Songs moves from simple to more complex music one song at a time. Opening the world of piano to beginners, I Can Do It! Piano Book, First Book of Favorite Songs is encouraging and supporting to every beginner. Based on the Montessori principle of teaching one skill at a time, I Can Do It! Piano Book, First Book of Favorite Songs is ideal for your beginner's first steps in music. Make piano a part of your child's life with this user-friendly introduction!
I Can Do It! Piano Book, First Book of Favorite Songs also:
requires no prior musical experience
Is simple to use and encourages independent playing
Beautiful illustrations help early readers find their favorite songs
teaches patterns in music
explains common Italian musical words
teaches beginners how to create their own songs
Spiral bound; 80 pages; index; glossary.
Includes music CD.
Removable heavy tag board keyboard and fingering charts
Beginners ages 4 - 100, and those with special learning needs
I Can Do It! Piano Book, First Book of Favorite Songs
How It Works
The I Can Do It! Piano Book, First Book of Favorite Songs uses classic children's songs and beautiful illustrations to introduce the piano and music to beginners. With our moveable keyboard chart that fits right behind the piano keys, beginners can easily learn key names and start playing songs right from the start. Made for absolute beginners and especially encouraging to those with special learning needs, the I Can Do It! Piano Book, First Book of Favorite Songs helps beginners
develop listening skills with fun ‘sing along’ songs and an audio CD of the songs for listening and singing (link to CD area)
learn key names with an easy to use colored letter keyboard chart that is moveable and teaches all key names across the keyboard (link to keyboard chart placement video)
grow small motor skills: every song teaches new fingering skills and a fingering chart helps beginners learn how to use all of their fingers to play