Review: My First Piano Adventure for the Young Beginner

Piano Lessons for Children

Are you ready for another musical adventure? Are you wanting to start piano lessons but not sure where to start?

Check out My First Piano Adventure for the Young Beginner by Nancy and Randall Faber! This is an exciting beginner piano series geared toward the young child! In this book, children are introduced to several friends, such as Millie and Carlos, who help your child along the way. With simple instruction and beautifully illustrated pages, these lessons engage the child with fun exercises and attention grabbing songs. The first series is geared toward children ages 5 and 6 and is jam packed with fun-filled songs, rhythm games, and technique activities. All of the lessons are found in Lesson Book A while extra practice and games/activities are compiled in Writing Book A.

Does your child love animals? Your child will be greeted by many animals throughout this musical journey! From snakes to lions and cats to kangaroos, these animals will bring delight as your child learns each musical concept. First, your child will be introduced to proper posture and finger placement and then move on to recognizing letter names. As the lessons continue, your child will learn about different notes such as quarter notes and half notes all while playing countless songs! And the best part about this series? It comes with its own practice CD full of 48 tracks to help your child master each song. Once they have tackled this series, your child can keep right on going with Lesson Books B and C.

Your child’s musical journey doesn’t need to be a drudgery. Instead, it can be an engaging and exciting time where they are learning and having a blast at the same time! Ready to begin? Hop on over to Amazon and grab your very own copy!

5 thoughts on “Review: My First Piano Adventure for the Young Beginner”

  1. My 11 year old daughter began the Faber Piano Adventures with My First Piano Adventures Book A when she was 4 years old. 7 years and 9 piano levels later (A, B, C, 1, 2A, 2B, 3A, 3B, 4), all using Faber Piano Adventures, she has developed as quite the pianist. I highly recommend this piano curriculum.

    1. When she started at 4, did she know the letters of the alphabet? How does this series teach the letter-names of the keys?

  2. I think this can really make piano learning easy for kids. Thanks for letting the readers know about this. This is an interesting and fun method of learning piano and I think my child will love this.

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