How It Works

Online Piano Classes for Kids is an enriching and dynamic program designed to introduce children aged 5-12 years old to the world of piano playing. Our experienced instructors provide a comprehensive curriculum that covers piano basics, music theory, finger technique, sight-reading, and musical expression. Through engaging lessons, interactive activities, and a repertoire of age-appropriate songs, children will develop their piano skills, musicality, and a lifelong passion for playing the piano. The program aims to foster creativity, self-expression, and a strong foundation in piano playing.

By the end of this comprehensive program, children will have developed a strong foundation in piano playing, improved their finger technique, sight-reading, and musical interpretation. They will have a repertoire of pieces, the ability to read sheet music, and the confidence to perform on the piano. Most importantly, they will have a lifelong appreciation for music and the joy of playing the piano.



Module 1: Introduction to the Piano (Duration: 2 weeks)

  • Introduction to the piano keyboard and its layout.
  • Proper hand position, posture, and finger technique.
  • Learning to read music notation and basic rhythmic values.
  • Playing simple melodies with one hand.

Module 2: Music Theory Fundamentals (Duration: 3 weeks)

  • Introduction to music theory concepts, such as note names, scales, and intervals.
  • Understanding basic time signatures and rhythm patterns.
  • Building knowledge of key signatures and major/minor scales.
  • Applying music theory concepts to piano playing.

Module 3: Finger Technique and Coordination (Duration: 3 weeks)

  • Developing finger dexterity and strength through exercises and drills.
  • Practicing scales, arpeggios, and hand coordination exercises.
  • Learning to play legato, staccato, and dynamics with control.
  • Developing control over touch and expression on the piano.

Module 4: Sight-Reading and Music Notation (Duration: 2 weeks)

  • Building sight-reading skills through progressive exercises.
  • Recognizing musical symbols, dynamics, and articulation marks.
  • Practicing reading and playing new pieces with accuracy and fluency.
  • Developing the ability to interpret music notation and play with expression.

Module 5: Technique and Repertoire (Duration: 3 weeks)

  • Expanding piano repertoire with pieces of increasing difficulty.
  • Learning pieces from various musical periods and styles.
  • Practicing phrasing, dynamics, and interpretation in repertoire pieces.
  • Exploring different musical genres and developing personal preferences.

Module 6: Music Expression and Interpretation (Duration: 2 weeks)

  • Developing musical expression through dynamics, tempo, and phrasing.
  • Exploring different musical styles and interpretation techniques.
  • Encouraging creativity and personal expression in playing the piano.
  • Experimenting with musical interpretation to convey emotions in music.

Module 7: Performance Preparation (Duration: 3 weeks)

  • Preparing for piano performances, recitals, or virtual showcases.
  • Practicing performance skills, stage presence, and overcoming stage fright.
  • Rehearsing and refining repertoire pieces for public presentation.
  • Providing constructive feedback and guidance for performance improvement.

Module 8: Music Appreciation and Composition (Duration: 2 weeks)

  • Exploring different musical genres, composers, and famous piano works.
  • Listening to and analyzing piano pieces from different periods.
  • Introduction to basic music composition and improvisation techniques.
  • Encouraging creativity through composing short piano pieces.

Note: The curriculum mentioned here is a general framework. The specific content and duration of each module can be customized based on the age group, skill level, and specific interests of the children enrolled in the program.