Recently I’ve been wondering when is the best time for kids to start learning to play musical instruments and even better question – how to motivate them. I believe the most important things is motivating children to practice in a fun and engaging way. Because of that, I was trying to find the best game that will interest my daughter in piano playing.
Piano Teacher for Wii U
And guess what? I found it! It’s called Piano Teacher, designed for Wii U and it’s really a fun and interactive way to learn the piano. The game is designed to take you from a total beginner to a piano playing pro. Even I like to play it, and I have to say: I am getting better.
How can you play it? Simply use the Touch Screen on the Wii U™ GamePad. You press the red key on the piano to easily learn 20 different popular songs. Each song lesson has been carefully crafted by world-renowned pianist and YouTube™ sensation Jen Msumba.
If you make it fun and not work, you can create a music lover for life.
If you’re interested in the game, you can find it here. Check it out, I am sure you will love it!
“All writing that is good to read sounds good when read aloud, because its goodness lies in part in its humanity. The humanity of a piece of writing is partly intellectual, of course, but it is also partly physical, like the humanity of a shoe or a shirt or a shovel. It fits the human body. A good shovel fits the hand and foot, and a good sentence fits the voice, because that is the part of the body we normally use to handle sentences… The limbs – and the arms and legs – in Greek, are ‘meloi’. That is the root of the word ‘melody’ in English.” – Robert Bringhurst