If you teach younger children in your studio then you will be very interested in today’s review.
Piano Whizz Kid is a simple yet fun printable board game that reviews the notes on the keyboard. Students roll the dice and make their way around the keyboard answering the correct note name. If they answer correctly they can take a bonus card to move an extra space! Other bonus opportunities are also included in the game. Piano Whizz Kid includes both notes on the white and black keys of the keyboard. Use what is relevant to your student.
Now doesn’t this look like a happy “Whizz Kid”?
Learning For Little Fingers, based in Manchester was founded by Laura Brothers a year ago. After teaching for over 7 years now she struggled to find affordable games and curriculums that are fun and engaging for children. Fast forward, in late 2013 she met Claire Stamper, who became the illustrator for Learning for Little Fingers. Together they decided to constructing a curriculum. Tom Sullivan joined the team as graphic designer and all 3 got to work and officially launched Learning for Little Fingers just a few weeks ago!
Laura says, “We have many more games up our sleeves, and with the help of our computer programmer Tom Fletcher, our app is on track to be released in approximately 2-3 months! We’ve also just launched our Tiny Fingers curriculum which is written for children aged between 3 and 5.”
You can find many more games, a new curriculum and other resources over at Learning for Little Fingers here. All the products are downloadable purchases and are currently on sale 50% off until Sunday 11.59pm (BST). Laura is giving away a copy of Piano Whizz Kid to a lucky teacher. Just ‘like’ Learning for Little Fingers on Facebook then leave a comment below this post with a fun idea you like to do with your younger students in your studio. Deadline to enter is Friday, September 26, 2014 10:00pm AZ MST.