Class Information

Classical Music Composer: Beethoven

Classical Music Composer: Mozart

KiddyKeys Character: Skip

KiddyKeys Character: Melody

KiddyKeys

KiddyKeys is a modern and engaging approach to teaching piano skills and music concepts to preschool children ages 2½ to 5. Our methods enable and encourage each child to learn about the piano and music in a way that best meets their needs, maximizing their ability to understand and enjoy what they are learning.

Weekly improvisation on the keyboard, music theory, and composition are combined with the traditional elements of music and movement, school readiness skills, and character development. In KiddyKeys, children have so many learning opportunities — all in the name of fun!

KiddyKeys & Company

KiddyKeys & Company has been specially crafted for younger children, ages 1½ to 3, with an accompanying adult. A child is never too young to learn about the piano and music. We've set the ideal stage to make fun and learning happen for your little one. After KiddyKeys & Company, your child can move on independently to a KiddyKeys class, and then on to piano lessons if desired. Each child in KiddyKeys & Company will be actively engaged in the music class — learning and developing skills that they'll use in school and beyond.

KiddyKeys & Company happily gives each child and their adult partner the opportunity to sing, move, and learn beginner music concepts together in a caring and educational learning environment. We'll begin to discover the piano together. The wonderful, original KiddyKeys books and songs will be shared with each child while they enjoy interacting and playing music with their classmates. In addition to teaching each child about music, KiddyKeys & Company classes will focus on the development of fine motor skills, positive social skills, and identification of letters, numbers, and colors.

Comparison of Courses

  KiddyKeys KiddyKeys & Company
Age range 2½ to 5 1½ to 3
Adult participation  
Rhythm and movement exercises that develop fine and gross motor skills
Recognition of notes and note values
Counting exercises to help recognize numbers and develop math skills
Building of memory skills through repeated music terminology
Introduction to the music staff and piano keyboard
Development of interpersonal skills through group interaction
Improved hand-eye coordination through experience with rhythm instruments and the keyboard
Reinforcement of listening skills by discerning high and low, as well as loud and soft sounds
Music storytime focusing on composers, music terminology, and character development
Weekly life lessons incorporating positive emotional and social skills to build self-worth
Creative development through improvisation, composition, and keyboard exploration  
Worksheet activities