Teaching Forte and Piano to Little Ones
Apr 05, 2020
If you’ve studied music even a little bit, you’ve learned the musical terms “forte” and “piano”. Italian for “loud” and “soft”, this concept is especially fun to teach to toddlers and preschoolers. You may have already taught about “inside voices” and “outside voices”, and you probably use the words “loud and soft” regularly. We don’t hold back when it comes to teaching actual musical terms. Young children are constantly learning new vocabulary and absorbing new concepts, and to them these terms won’t sound foreign.
In this mini-class we teach “forte” and “piano” with the help of a lion and a sheep! The 18 minute class is jam packed with great music, learning, and fun! Here’s what you’ll see:
- A fun “warm-up” song about a fox
- Meet “Forte” the Lion, and listen to the “Lion” movement from Saint-Saens’ Carnival of the Animals (this is a sneak peek into our Monthly Music Course Subscription!)
- Listen to “Sheep May Safely Graze” by JS Bach and learn about the concept of “piano”.
- “Goin’ on a Lion Hunt” - action song
- “Baa Baa Black Sheep” with a colorful twist
- Classic lullaby “Little Boy Blue”
Have you checked out our Monthly Music Course Subscription yet? We are so excited about it, and know that you and your child(ren) will love having access to our carefully curated, creative, engaging music activities. We want you to experience how easy and enriching it is, so we’re offering the first month free by using the coupon code “FRIEND” at checkout! Share this deal with your friends, and enjoy!