Katie Elliott: Theory Fun Factory Book One


Publisher: Boosey & Hawkes
Author: Katie Elliott
Format: Books | Theory

Packed with puzzles and games, with helpful hints from a motley crew of characters, this book will be enjoyed by everyone. Great preparation for theory exams and helpful for your music lesson: ideal for instrumentalists as well as pianists.

ISBN: 9780851621159
Skill Level: Beginner Explain this
Published on: 19 April 2000
No of pages: 36
Language: English
Catalogue No: M060096501

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        Luton GB Private piano teacher
        It's so good at making learning theory fun - for children from around 8 to 12 I'd say.
        If I'm being fussy, the layout could be a bit better, it looks quite 'busy'.
        Confirmed purchase: 01 March 2016
        Published on: 15 March 2016

        Musicroom Reviews

        This is, without doubt the most fun series of Theory books ever! I really enjoy marking them even after nearly 30 years of teaching! Bravo!!! Wish they went higher up the grades!!!
        Anonymous - (Bridgwater, United Kingdom)
        This is an excellent book for young children starting theory, and practical. It is packed with illustrations, games, and easy to use 'notice boards' for information. Everything is clearly laid out and this has been a roaring success with my students. Overall, I am sure there is something which could be improved (such as illustrations in colour), but it has been an effective teaching tool so far.
        Anonymous - (Nottingham, United Kingdom)
        It seems a bit involved but could be worked in with a personal curriculum. Best for older pupils. No good for very young.
        Anonymous - ()
        This book is supposed to be for pre Grade 1 ! - the content might be but there is SO much small writing on each page that younger pupils (which they usually are at this level )are completely thrown and lose interest immediately. The book was obviously written by someone who has had no experience of actually working with young children !.
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