Piano Books for Younger Children
Children's Piano Books
The Missing Step
Piano Is Easy
We're not trying to eliminate reading music in children's piano books. Rather, we believe there is a missing step in children's piano, and that step is to let the child enjoy the piano, before the struggles of learning to read music ever begin.
The easiest way to do this is to use numbers instead of notes, leaving notes for later when the child has had a chance to get to know the piano keyboard. Numbers have proven to be of great use in beginning children's piano books.
Piano Books for Children Start With White Keys
Children like piano books with familiar songs on the white keys. Children can use whatever finger or hand comes to mind, giving them freedom to experiment.
More complex elements like fingering, black keys and both hands can easily be introduced later when the child is ready. Follow the path of least resistance and get children to play as many recognizable songs as possible.
Try some recognizable songs on our online piano below:
| 1 * 1 | 2 * 4 | 3 * * | 1 * * |
Beginning Children's Piano Books:
All have songs on the white keys only.
Making it easy in the beginning will pay off later, by stimulating interest in children's piano through easily achieved success.
Preschool Piano Book Package (Printed Version)