Iris Terpstra with her book "Playing Piano for Kids"

Playing Piano for Kids

A new, fun take on learning to play piano for young kids!

Playing piano for kids

If your child or grandchild is between the ages of 4 and 8, you have found the right piano book. This piano book contains no less than 18 well-known English children’s songs that you can play without reading notes. In addition, each song has comical explanation videos that make this method for learning piano at home very fun and easy. The basics of piano playing have never been so much fun to learn and it will make sure a good foundation is laid in a short period of time. With the tips and tricks for parents, everything becomes clear and your child can quickly take big steps in making music.

The book is also suitable for checking whether your child really likes playing the piano, without being tied to expensive lessons. With an accessible book, 18 famous songs and an affordable price, my dream is to make playing the piano available to all children in the world. Want to see if this book is for you? Be sure to watch the video impression.

 How do you know your child is interested in playing piano?

If your child is interested in making music, you may notice the following:

  • likes to sing songs
  • likes to listen to music
  • might have a favorite song
  • is interested in musical instruments
  • sometimes tries to play piano or other instrument
  • can concentrate well while making music
  • sees the instrument as a fun way to learn something new

What can you do as a parent to increase the enjoyment of music?

  • sing songs together
  • try to clap along while singing, this stimulates the sense of rhythm
  • if you play an instrument yourself, let your child try it too
  • if you bought Playing piano for kids, get started with it together and help your child on his way
  • encourage the effort your child makes to learn music
  • when your child can play a song well, ask if he can explain to you how it works. This stimulates your child to better understand what he is doing and children often find it very amusing when parents don’t understand it ‘yet’