Favorite Ways to Learn to Play Piano

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Favorite Ways to Learn to Play Piano

Has your little one shown an interest in piano? This isn't the easiest instrument to master but there are also a ton of products and tools out there to make the process fun and easier. Here are just a few of our favorites.

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Melissa and Doug Piano: To encourage the love of piano at a young age, we love the sweet Melissa & Doug Learn-to-Play Piano. Designed for kids three and up, this piano features a 25 keys and 2 full octaves as well as an illustrated songbook teaches classic songs. We also love the bright and color-coded chart that makes instruction for the little ones.

Baby Grand Piano

Fancy Baby Grand with Bench: Another cute favorite for kids is the Schoenhut 30 Key Fancy Baby Grand with Bench. Not only a cute piece for any toy room, this piano allows kids to have an educational and fun piano that provides a realistic style with its chime-like notes.

Casio Sound EFX CTK-2400

Casio Sound EFX CTK-2400: We love how this keyboard offers a variety of sampling features that can capture audio and then be played back. With a Long Sampling mode, you can create one sound up to two seconds and with the Short Sampling mode, you can create up to five short sounds and tones. With a built-in sampling microphone, you can also use your voice to record samples. As Casio stated, "One of our goals at Casio is to make learning music accessible to everyone, which is why we develop products like the CTK-2400 Sound EFX sampling keyboard that enables families to learn, create beautiful music and ultimately have fun with one another. The CTK-2400 allows people to come together during the most wonderful time of year to make musical holiday memories by mixing their favorite sounds to create one-of-a-kind songs.” – Stephen Schmidt, Vice President of Casio’s Electronic Musical Instruments division.

Joy Tunes

JoyTunes: To learn piano, we also love JoyTunes, a series of interactive musical education apps that help children (or students of all ages, really) learn to play the piano. The apps combine the fun of digital gaming with the instruction and feedback of traditional music education—picking up musical notes as they are played in real time, and providing instantaneous feedback.

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