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The Children’s Learn To Play Keyboard – raise a little Mozart even if you’re tone-deaf

The Children's Learn to Play Keyboard

Experts pretty uniformly agree that having a background in musical education, whatever it is, tends to help development of other skills. Too bad many schools can’t find room to encourage this. Not to worry though, the Children’s Learn to Play Keyboard lets you teach the fundamentals at home even if you can’t play a note.

This software and keyboard combination sort of take the place of a physical, human instructor. It includes over 100 lessons starting at the most basic of skills to more refined playing techniques. It even gives feedback to the performances that your child may give. Don’t worry, it’s score system, not some sort drill sergeant. It will tell the player where they went wrong and what they did right so that they can improve. Just like a real instructor.

The Keyboard comes with 31 songs and 15 interactive games to help your child (or you to be honest) learn to play the piano. The keys are sized for smaller fingers however. The keyboard attaches to the computer through USB. The Children’s Learn to Play Keyboard is $149.95.

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