Why Choose the Animal Note Method

All the social and nosiness networking sites on the internet today make keeping up on what is new in the music business a lot easier than even 10 years ago. A lot of us are trying to make music education fun and easier to conquer for beginners than it was when I was a child. I am delighted to see this. In so many ways music education enriches an individual’s life. It helps in metal development, improves eye – hand coordination, and opens doors to new friendships with other students and musicians, thus helping an individual’s social development. With all the new choices, why would you want to choose the Animal Note Method developed by Noteimals LLC? To make that decision you need to understand what makes the method of beginning music education so successful and satisfying to work with.

The method is based on associative learning. Learning something new when it is based or associated with something you already understand makes new knowledge easier to understand. The Animals Note Method takes the standard music notes and makes the ovals into caricatures of friendly and familiar animals. Each animal has a short story that explains their location on the Grand Staff. The first nine notes normally learned on the piano are the “Mother Notes”, the notes from the E below Middle C are the “Daddy Notes,” and the notes from A above the Middle C are the “Children Notes.” Family is so important in all of our lives, and the children love the idea that the music notes have a family too. The stories about each not help students learn the notes location on the Grand Staff while studying music in the “Animal Note Method”; then they can easily use this same information to recognize the notes in Standard music notation. This method making learning the notes fun and so much easier. This method allows a parent or teacher to start a child as young as 3 to read and play music without frustration. It also works wonders with the older children as it allows them to catch on quickly and move ahead with confidence.

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