Theory Made Easy For Little Children Level 1 (New Edition)

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Catalogue No: MPT300501
Format: Books | Theory
Specifically suited for children aged 4-7, this book presents music theory using colourful illustrations and stickers for the exercises. Children will derive much pleasure from these books.
ISBN: 9789679854442
Skill Level: Beginner Explain this
Published on: 30 June 2004
No of pages: 52
Language: English
Publisher: Faber Music
 
     
       

        Theory Made Easy For Little Children Level 1 (New Edition) reviews verified by reevooReevoo

        Quality of content
        9.5
        Value for money
        9.6
        Overall rating
        9.5
        Scores 9.5 out of 10 based on 17 reviews
        10 out of 10

        Ruth

        Glasgow GB
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        Children love the stickers, excellent way to introduce theory of music to younger children and makes it fun for them.
        Reviewer left no comment
        Confirmed purchase: 30 November 2016
        Published on: 23 March 2017
        10 out of 10

        Jennifer

        Manchester GB Piano teacher
        +
        Ideal for very young pupils. They love the stickers and really enjoy doing their theory!
        Reviewer left no comment
        Confirmed purchase: 31 August 2016
        Published on: 23 September 2016
        10 out of 10

        Aoife

        Dublin GB Piano teacher
        +
        Love the stickers. So do the kids!
        Reviewer left no comment
        Confirmed purchase: 26 January 2016
        Published on: 21 July 2016

        Musicroom Reviews

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        5
        Good, easy to read, fun for kids while still learning skills.
        Anonymous - (Attleborough, United Kingdom)
        5
        Purchased for teaching my 6 year old. It has basic grounding, a great way of learning the notes, and values, and has activities. Well worth the money. Great book,. Highly recommended.
        Anonymous - (Birmingham, United Kingdom)
        5
        I agree with the above reviews, placing the age range in the 4 to 7, as it says on the book, and not above: older beginners will get more out of the "my first theory book" etc.. My main thumbs up is because the material is reviewed many times so the children get to be really familiar with the notes in different exercises. Too many books present a new fact, do one or two exercises, then move on. This one varies the tasks: not just stickers but also writing in and colouring. One gripe is that it is KEYBOARD based (this is not sepcified in the blurb)so not all exercises are good for my violinist/harpist/guitarist family.
        Anonymous - ()
        5
        This book is an excellent "complete" theory workbook for children aged 4-7 years. The 48-page A4 book is made from good quality paper and is beautifully and clearly illustrated with appropriate colour pictures. Also included are 100+ stickers for use in the numerous fun exercises. First introduced are the Semibreve, Minim, Dotted Minim and Crotchet, which are then reinforced over the next 16 pages. The treble notes Middle C, D, E, F and G are next, followed by the ‘Keyboard’, Time signatures (2/4 3/4 4/4), bar-lines, and finally the bass notes Middle C, B, A and G. At the end of the book is a test for the pupil, a page of manuscript, and a 'Pupil Lesson Record'. Finally, a colourful Certificate certifying completion and promotion to Level 2 is included. Highly recommended!
        piano teacher - (United Kingdom)
        5
        A fun start to learning theory. With stickers to answer the questions and a certificate at the end to say you've completed the book. My students look forward to doing theory now.
        Anonymous - (Plymouth, United Kingdom)
        5
        Excellent resource for the very young starting music lessons earlier than normal. It keeps their interest in a fun way whilst teaching them key areas in the theory of music.
        Anonymous - (Bonnybridge, United Kingdom)
        5
        Young students love these and parents are surprised to see that there is something so fun for their child.
        Anonymous - (United Kingdom)
        5
        Excellent book for the very young - they love the stickers! It makes theory fun from the outset. With its easy to follow progress.
        Anonymous - (Reigate, United Kingdom)
        5
        I use this book a lot for very young pupils, it is well paced for a 4 - 6 year old, with stickers and bright pages making it attractive to youngsters.
        Anonymous - (Bedale, United Kingdom)
        5
        Great MUST HAVE my son and I love this book easy to work through, as lots of stickers games, and is looking forward to finnishing the book as there is a certificate at the end. Easy for anyone who wants to understand read and write music great book to start from very basic.
        Anonymous - ()
        3
        Very cute. Covers both treble and bass clef, aimed at little pianists.
        Anonymous - (CHURCHDOWN, United Kingdom)
        5
        Great for very small musicians - age 5/6. We love stickers!
        Anonymous - (Malvern, United Kingdom)
        5
        Ideal as a gentle introduction to Theory. Am using with pupils of 8-10 years and they are enthusiatic about doing theory, which has to be good!
        Anonymous - (United Kingdom)
        5
        Perfect - Exactly the book required by our piano teacher.
        Anonymous - (Plymouth, United Kingdom)
        5
        Great fun for younger pupils. They love the stickers and the games.
        Anonymous - (United Kingdom)
        5
        Fab book! My 5 yr old absolutely loves it and it is normally a chore getting him to do anything that he sees as 'work'! Fantastic.
        Anonymous - (Uxbridge, United Kingdom)
        5
        Ideal for young children 6 upwards. Lots of fun activity whilst gradually familiarising the child with basic theory. Idea book to accompany Ten Little Fingers by Pauline Hall.
        Anonymous - (Bordon, United Kingdom)
        5
        This is a fantastic book for younger children, and is easy enough for an intermediate musician like myself to teach to my 5 and 7 year old children. They are having loads of fun with the stickers. It is slightly too easy for the 7 year old, but still a good chance for us to review what he already knows.
        Anonymous - (Shipston-on-Stour, United Kingdom)
        5
        This book is brilliant. All my young pupils love it. I've used it for pupils up to ages 10. A really invaluable tool for teaching theory, plus very reasonably priced.
        Anonymous - (London, United Kingdom)
        5
        A brilliant book for teaching basic theory to young children. Plenty of stickers and a wide range of activities
        Anonymous - (Dungannon, United Kingdom)
        5
        This series of theory books is really good for young beginners! They're motivating and fun and the children all love the stickers!
        Anonymous - (Harrogate, United Kingdom)
        5
        Little ones LOVE the stickers. They are always asking to do theory!
        Anonymous - (Brentwood, United Kingdom)
        4
        My 6 yr old loved this and finished it in 2 weeks! A bit more bass clef would be nice (instead of some of the counting which went on a bit!), but maybe that comes in the next book? Great for introducing theory as something fun & not intimidating though.
        Anonymous - (Cardiff, United Kingdom)
        5
        Great book for young children, especially with the stickers. It really motivates them.
        Anonymous - (Wakefield, United Kingdom)
        5
        An excellent theory book. Fun for children to learn about music. Informative and easy to use. One of the best on the market.
        Anonymous - (Penrith, United Kingdom)
        5
        An excellent first theory book for the very youngest of pupils maintaining high interest levels with puzzles and stickers that make learning theory a pleasure and great fun!
        Anonymous - ()
        5
        The variety of activities make this a book that younger pupils love. They really learn through play, and are amazed at how quickly they learn. A winner with my pupils.
        Anonymous - (Isle of Man, United Kingdom)
        5
        Excellent book for children aged 4-6.
        Anonymous - (Lowestoft, United Kingdom)
        5
        A fantastic book for the younger child - easy to understand, uses bright colours and stickers. My child cannot put it down!
        Anonymous - ( United Kingdom)
        5
        The variety of activities make this a book that younger pupils love. They really learn through play, and are amazed at how quickly they learn. A winner with my pupils.
        Anonymous - (Isle of Man, United Kingdom)
        5
        I have used this bok many times for my very young students just starting out in music theory.Some have enjoyed it so much that they have completed the book in one sitting!
        Anonymous - (Barnsley, United Kingdom)
        5
        This is a really nice book for young children as it is very easy. It's nice and colourful and lots of easy exercises.
        Anonymous - (Frodsham, United Kingdom)
        5
        A fun way to learn music theory for young children. My 5 and 6 year olds love the stickers! Lots of repetitive exercises to help learn the basics of music theory.
        Anonymous - (Woking, United Kingdom)
        5
        This book is brilliant for children as young as 5 or 6. It has stickers, which all kids love and reinforces simple theory.
        Anonymous - (Wakefield, United Kingdom)
        5
        I have just ordered this book for the first time for a young pupil. She was so excited to see the stickers! I think it will be a great introduction to theory for her(as long as she doesn't expect it always to be so much fun!)
        Anonymous - (Widnes, United Kingdom)
        5
        This book is excellent for very young beginners! The stickers and the colouring in make it fun but they are learning at the same time. The book can be finished quickly so there is an instant sense of achievement. I would recommend this book for ages 6-9.
        Anonymous - (New Ross, Ireland)
        5
        Great theory books as they cements what they are learning practically
        Anonymous - (Bristol, United Kingdom)