Schoenhut Dog E-Piano
After you visit the website of Schoenhut pianos (http://www.toypiano.com/) you will fall in love with these wonderful pianos for children. You can look for baby grand pianos, upright pianos, tabletop Pianos and schoenhut piano pals. Within the family of Schoenhut pals you have the 25 Key pianos with Bench with Dog, Horse and teddy bear.
And within the tabletop pianos series you have the dog digital piano, Other themes are the alligator and the princess. Also My first piano (18 keys) and my first piano II (25 keys).
Just imagine your little boy or girl playing melodies and well-formed chords in your next party or in coming christmas. He/she will a great performer with one of these little piano pals, The sound it’s not like one of a cheap toy piano. It’s a smooth sound. Schoenhut is a famous brand of toy pianos, also known in German as kinderklavier (keyboard for children).
The current form of this toy piano was invented in Philadelphia by a German immigrant (Albert Schoenhut) who worked repairing broken pieces of German pianos damaged in shipping. Schoenhut Toy pianos have the perfect size for a child. Also an adult can move them easily, even with just one hand. Children are obviously who more use these small instruments.
There are great themes for these pianos for bringing even more joy to the kids, wonderful pictures of Dog, Alligator, Princess, Horse, Bear. The finish of these mini e-pianos is glossy like a professional piano and the sound it’s not of the piano toy, It’s a pleasure to hear chords played with this little piano with smooth and polished digital sound.
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The keys have the perfect size for your kids little hands, where they can transition to a bigger piano when they grow. It come with a piano learning system created from this manufacturer. Also you can get mini pianos with bench like the Schoenhut 25 Key Doggy Piano & Bench in Red or white. So get one of these great gifts for your children and they will enjoy it with a smile in their faces.
If your child is a baby, you may know they are happy with one of these Wiggly Giggler rattle balls, the sound and tactil stimulation will help your little one with stimuli for eyes, ear, coordination and touch. Very useful skills for that time your loved little one is ready for learning piano.
And while this piano, due its size, it's not one of these toys you can carry for your next travel or is one of the ways to entertain your kid on an airplane, it's one of these educational toys that's very useful to have in home, it will pay dividends many years later when your child, in adult life, will be reaping the benefits of early musical stimulation.
Are your children ready to learn piano?
How can you tell if your child is ready to learn a musical instrument and focus for a 30-45 minute private lesson? Consider these factors before taking the financial plunge into the world of private lessons.
Children between the ages of six and seven are in that “golden” window of opportunity when intelligence, enthusiasm, and fine motor skills converge together to give the child the greatest chance of success.
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Younger children can benefit from private instruction if they have shown an exceptional ability to concentrate, follow two and three step instructions, and know their numbers and letters.
Do not despair if your child is above the age of seven. Students who begin at a later age often catch up to their younger counterparts quickly; the accumulation of skills and understanding happens more rapidly in an older child as they are able to handle a more demanding workload.
Also a good way to enhance the education of your kids is to use this set of fun shorts videos and songs from Schoolhouse Rock. This way they will be learning things that school teaches but in a fun and exciting way.
Frequently parents and children underestimate the amount of time it takes to master an instrument like the piano. If you and your child have a full schedule of sports and other after-school pursuits, adding a piano lesson may not be the best idea.
The average piano lesson is between 30-45 minutes once a week. Assuming your child can sit still and pay attention for that length of time, you must set aside anywhere from 15-30 minutes a day at least five times a week for practice. Younger children will need a parent to be present and available during practice as many concepts may need adult reinforcement.
Give it a test run
Find a piano teacher who will let you try out lessons for a month or two. If you don't have a piano, don't go out and buy one just yet. A keyboard will work for the first several lessons. If you and your child can handle the first couple of months (when it's not as enjoyable because of all the initial steps to learning), then you can be reasonably sure your child will be able to handle the practice and discipline necessary.
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