Giving preschoolers a head start in music, math, and life.
An encouraging first experience in music lessons is critical to your child’s enjoyment of the piano.
The WunderKeys Program has been designed to be that and more! WunderKeys lessons are tailored to meet the needs of preschool-aged children and to ensure that their first music lesson experience is positive and enjoyable.
Designed as an all-encompassing piano lesson, students participate in five different unique activities during their lesson time, ensuring they remain focused, engaged and happy.
Throughout the 3 book series, your child will develop piano and music skills that will allow for a smooth transition into mainstream piano method books. Beginners in this program start with no prior piano or music experience and finish with solid keyboard awareness, an understanding of rhythmic notation, and the ability to play simple pieces with both hands.
During WunderKeys lessons, your child has the opportunity to participate in fun activities both on and off the piano bench, which have been created to build confidence, increase enjoyment and solidify important music and math concepts. These activities include: musical math songs, patterning activities, finger poem exercises, book work, and music card games. We use songs, games, and fun manipulatives to keep your child engaged and begging for their next lesson!
Through this program, your child will get a head start on the math concepts they will be learning in Kindergarten. WunderKeys students finish the program with a solid understanding of patterning, sorting, grouping, classification, counting, number recognition, “more than/less than”, one-to-one correspondence and more. Not only will they be familiar with these important mathematical concepts, but their first experience with math will be one that is both enjoyable and approachable, in which they were made to feel successful.
A head start in life!
For many students beginning the WunderKeys program, this is their first experience one-on-one with an adult other than their parents. It’s their first opportunity to be independent, to feel as though they have ownership over their own learning, and to feel pride in their individual accomplishments. The program is designed to foster feelings of confidence, self esteem, and the joy of learning.