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Music Theory books (child focused)
If you're looking for a child friendly approach to music theory tuition then we're sure our range of 'Music Fun' work books will appeal to your child or pupil. For those youngsters just beginning music to those preparing for Grade 3, 'Music Fun' covers the ABRSM theory of music syllabus. Our books, a series of seven titles, are suitable for use alongside any instrument as they do not presume any keyboard knowledge. Cyclical coloured pages along with cheerie characters lead your students through the course using puzzles and games to consolidate learning.
Music Practice Notebooks
Whatever skill is being acquired practice does make for perfection. This is no different for music; regular practice is essential if a child's potential is going to be realised. Furthermore, encouragement from those around goes along way to stimulate and motivate a child in their musical development. Check out our three music practice notebooks, a weekly or monthly book for the pupil and a book 'My child won't practise!' for giving guidance to parents on how best to stimulate their child. Communication around the musical triad of Teacher, Pupil and Parent is made easy with these books.
Try For Free
If you're a Private Music Teacher, School or Peripatetic Teacher and not sure if our books are for your pupils, then check our 'Try for free' scheme detailed at the bottom of the 'Trading terms' page.
Sallie Ranken's book "Can we do another?" gives you loads of ideas on how to nurture your developing pupils' musicianship skills - a must buy if your pupils are going to excel at their instrument. As with all skills in life they are best introduced early and developed as a natural fun part of the lessons and then with guided instruction and practice over many years the ability becomes just second nature.