It’s very difficult to put into words exactly what you’re getting with MusIQ homeschool — it’s like piano lessons, music theory class, and music appreciation all wrapped into one delightful package. It is exceptionally comprehensive. Along with piano instruction, your family will also learn music theory and music history. Using games,activities, tips and tricks, composer bios, and Ben’s favorite part — music from every musical genre you can imagine — Piano Suite is not only a complete music appreciation curriculum, it is fun!
We used Piano Suite as a weekly music lesson in our homeschool. Ben began by learning the importance of finger placement, posture, and rhythm. There is instant audio and visual feedback, so if mistakes are made they can be corrected immediately. No starting out developing bad habits here. Also, practically from the start, Ben was learning to read notes and play simple songs. There’s nothing that builds confidence faster than being about to play a recognizable song fairly quickly!
The well-planned lessons even make suggestions for which games to play when, so anyone can teach piano in their homeschool. But really, this program is so self-guided, your kids will be teaching themselves. Try it for 7 days for free and see for yourself.
Probably Ben’s favorite part of this program so far is the ability to compose music himself. While he is not nearly knowledgeable enough at this point to do this well, that does not stop him from trying. One thing I have come to realize and appreciate about Ben is that he has quite an ear for music. I always knew he loved it and could sing and dance well from a very young age, but I had no idea that he truly has a musical bent. I’m not sure he knew that either, so we are both grateful to MusIQ Homeschool for helping us discover this so early in his journey.