+ Reply to Thread
Results 1 to 6 of 6
  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jun 2011
    Posts
    3,458
    Thanks
    1,024
    Thanked
    2,099
    Reviews
    0
    Achievements:Topaz Star - 500 postsAmber Star - 2,000 posts

    Default Any music teachers out there?

    I was wondering if there are any music teachers out there or parents who have been teaching their kids music/notes/intonation from a young age?

    I play violin and piano and started at 4 so I want to start my DS quite young. We sing to him a lot (he's only 5 months) and once he gets a bit older we'll start trying clapping and shaking rattles in rhythm's.

    Does anyone know of any program's you can get to teach kids notes/music the same way you teach reading and letters? I did the Yamaha and Suzuki method as a kid but I wondered if there are some other program's out there that teach music through active play. Ill probably get him a stave magnetic board so he can start learning notes.

    He's way too little right now, just want to do some research to start when he's a toddler.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Mar 2013
    Posts
    6,105
    Thanks
    937
    Thanked
    4,629
    Reviews
    0
    Achievements:Topaz Star - 500 postsAmber Star - 2,000 postsAmethyst Star - 5,000 posts
    The magnetic notes sounds like a brilliant start. There's lots of books that have activities etc that you write in them. But they wouldn't possibly work til the child was more school age.

  3. The Following User Says Thank You to MrsTugs For This Useful Post:

    Clementine Grace  (28-09-2013)

  4. #3
    Join Date
    Jul 2012
    Posts
    729
    Thanks
    200
    Thanked
    548
    Reviews
    0
    Achievements:Topaz Star - 500 posts
    I did Suzuki method as a kid too and am thinking of training to be a teacher. There are heaps of music programs for toddlers these days and they're getting really popular. Try mini maestros. Not sure if it's solely Victorian but it's a really great program! Sounds like it's exactly what you're after!

  5. The Following User Says Thank You to MrsDL For This Useful Post:

    Clementine Grace  (28-09-2013)

  6. #4
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Posts
    39
    Thanks
    19
    Thanked
    27
    Reviews
    0
    Any Kodaly based program will start with basic aural skills & build up repertoire through singing/music games, eventually leading to teaching musical literacy. I've found Mini maestros is an all round program that incorporates Kodaly & Orff methodologies. These methodologies are usually taught in group/classroom situations.

    I am now a primary classroom music teacher (Kodaly trained) but learnt Suzuki cello from 7 yrs old. i didn't actually learn to really read music until I was 10 & a Kodaly program was started at my school (because I was still using colours/numbers). So that's my experience of both methods.

    If you want any more info, feel free to ask or pm me! Good luck!

  7. The Following User Says Thank You to hair For This Useful Post:

    Clementine Grace  (28-09-2013)

  8. #5
    Join Date
    Jun 2011
    Posts
    3,458
    Thanks
    1,024
    Thanked
    2,099
    Reviews
    0
    Achievements:Topaz Star - 500 postsAmber Star - 2,000 posts
    Thanks so much for the replies There is a program similar to mini maestro's in my area. Will def check out the Kodaly and Orff programs.

    I was Yahmaha and Suzuki trained and I do have a very good natural ear, but i'd like to teach him to read music in tandem if i can. I'll forever have doh, ray, me burned into my brain from a young age

  9. #6
    Join Date
    Jun 2011
    Posts
    3,458
    Thanks
    1,024
    Thanked
    2,099
    Reviews
    0
    Achievements:Topaz Star - 500 postsAmber Star - 2,000 posts
    Quote Originally Posted by hair View Post
    Any Kodaly based program will start with basic aural skills & build up repertoire through singing/music games, eventually leading to teaching musical literacy. I've found Mini maestros is an all round program that incorporates Kodaly & Orff methodologies. These methodologies are usually taught in group/classroom situations.

    I am now a primary classroom music teacher (Kodaly trained) but learnt Suzuki cello from 7 yrs old. i didn't actually learn to really read music until I was 10 & a Kodaly program was started at my school (because I was still using colours/numbers). So that's my experience of both methods.

    If you want any more info, feel free to ask or pm me! Good luck!
    The kodaly program looks great


 

Similar Threads

  1. Teachers aid
    By Kerry84 in forum Hubbers who are studying
    Replies: 4
    Last Post: 17-01-2013, 20:57
  2. Teachers?
    By flyawayfree in forum Seasonal
    Replies: 1
    Last Post: 01-12-2012, 18:14

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
free weekly newsletters | sign up now!
who are these people who write great posts? meet our hubbub authors!
Learn how you can contribute to the hubbub!

reviews
learn how you can become a reviewer!

competitions

forum - chatting now
sales & new stuffsee all
Obstetrician, Gynaecologist, IVF Specialist
Dr Terry Sheahan - Brisbane Obstetrician, Gynaecologist, IVF Specialist
Dr Terry Sheahan is a highly respected Obstetrician, Gynaecologist and IVF Specialist on Brisbane's Northside. To book an appointment or for information about his Affordable Low-Gaps Obstetrics please call his rooms on (07) 3353 3100
featured supporter
121Temps
For the last 10 years 121 Temps has helped thousands of personal assistants/others to set up and work as a virtual assistant from home. Our services include: - One-2-One Mentoring - Online Training/Courses - Handbook, Toolkits, Templates & more.
gotcha
X

Pregnant for the first-time?

Not sure where to start? We can help!

Our Insider Programs for pregnancy first-timers will lead you step-by-step through the 14 Pregnancy Must Dos!