Classroom KinderBach: School Version by Zephyr Games is a top musical app for iPad, iPhone and iPod for your kids (aged 3 to 7) to learn how to play piano and music theory using video from Karri Gregor, a Professional Musician and Artist with decades of teaching experience and thousands of students. Unique and original if offers a complete learning program with a total of 30 lessons, activities and various musical games for your kids to learn and enjoy music .... A great and affordable music lessons for kids.
Teaching music to young kids using a kids friendly and very engaging interface is now easy. With today app review, Classroom KinderBach: School Version, piano lessons become fun and easy! This musical app offers 30 lessons. Each lessons is divided into five short videos for you to watch with your kids. To engage and support kids learning, videos feature Miss Karri and the Piano Pals, a series of cartoon characters who live on the piano, they include Dodi the Donkey, Carla the Caterpillar and Gracie the Gorilla. Kids learn core musical concept by watching the videos, and by playing games and doing activities. Children can use either the on screen keyboard or use their own piano or keyboard! For most lessons, you have access to a set of printable (can be printed straight from the app using an AirPrint-enabled printer) and Mini-Games that teach specific concepts such as key lettering and positioning, pattern and rhythm recognition, timing, and other topics in a fun and interactive manner
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Classroom KinderBach: School Version is a unique and fun app that helps and support kids when learning how to play piano. Karri Gregor has managed to create more than just a musical app by offering a complete learning program. Kids learn step by step core musical concept and go over all the various notes, interval and rhythm. We like that each lesson is broken down into five short videos. You and your kids can watch them as many time as you want. The program is designed to be used over a period of time. With a total of 150 short videos ... you have hours of musical and piano lessons. It is up to you to integrate the music lessons into your routine.
The design and concept are well done and your kids (mine did!) will enjoy the friendly cartoons characters and activities that goes beyond just learning how to play piano. All the mini games and activities are a great addition to the program, a fun way to make sure your kids like and enjoy learning music.
There are 2 versions to the app:
You can either give it a try and download the free version: KinderBach: Simply Discover Piano. You can then purchase easy lesson individually via the app itself.
Or you can download the full version: Classroom KinderBach: School Version which includes all 30 lessons. It was designed for parents that want to have the complete program in one go or for teachers who wish to apply educational discounts or bulk purchase to their order.
Overall, Classroom KinderBach: School Version is a top musical app offering a complete program for kids to learn and enjoy how to play piano and core music principles. It uses a friendly interface with fun and engaging videos, practice using your own keyboard/piano or mini on screen keyboard. You can start with the Free version and see how you and your kids like it or get the full version (on sale today for Kids App Friday!!!)
Both apps are available for download via the iTunes App Store:
Classroom KinderBach: School Version - Universal App iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch
On Sale for AppFriday: 12.99 US$ - RRP -26.99 US$
KinderBach: Simply Discover Piano - Universal App iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch
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App reviewed by Nathalie founder of Fun Educational Apps, mom of three, always looking for great app to help and support kids learning the fun way!
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