Does Your Student Struggle With Reading Music?
These are the perfect primer books that will guide your student step by step until ready and confident to start on a regular method book of your choice.
Slowly but surely your student will learn how to navigate the piano keyboard. Once you finish this book, your student will be able to play easy popular tunes using all fingers without the pressure of reading music.
WHAT OTHERS SAY
“I loved the piano book, it is colorful and inviting and makes music inviting to all children. Music reading can be challenging to many students, and I do think that this book overcomes this challenge with its simplicity and smooth structure. This book opens door to many young beginners and children with learning difficulties who might face challenges with traditional music notation.”
Nisreen Jardaneh, piano teacher and piano and pedagogy researcher, Abu Dhabi - UAE
“Piano sessions developed my son’s talent and his passion for music, and at the same time, they were a therapy for his speech delay,”
Khaled’s mother - Khaled (6 years old), Amman - Jordan
“Piano teacher hits the right note for children with learning difficulties.”
Jordan Times, Amman-Jordan, June 7, 2016
“Dima was able to teach to my son’s ability and bring out the best in him. After only 5 weeks of piano lessons with her, Marwan’s teachers were very impressed by how much his handwriting has improved.”
Marwan’s mother, Marwan (15 years old), Amman - Jordan
“This music book is written in an innovative way, my little kid keeps murmuring the music notes A A B B C C and the tunes that he learns during his sessions. Amazingly great and user friendly book.”
AA, Mother of a 6 year old child, Amman – Jordan
I am a private piano teacher, I began teaching in 1990.
I have students from different backgrounds and abilities and I find teaching children with special needs very rewarding and inspiring.
I am a certified pianist from the ABRSM. I have a BSc. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Jordan and Post Graduate
Diploma in Education from The University of Sheffield, UK.