When my daughters were little, my husband and I felt that it was important to expose them to formal. Our oldest took lessons while the youngest took lessons. My husband and his sister had both taken drum lessons, his brother played the bugle, while I grew up playing the .
I’ve been asked by Parent Reviewers to review Trebellina, Christofori’s first product, a music-teaching that’s created especially for young children
Trebellina and Friends,TM is a revolutionary music teaching series for little ones that educates as well as entertains. The first in the series – the “Introducing Trebellina” DVD — teaches musical concepts, instrument names and sounds, as well as note recognition.
Vivacious TrebellinaTM leads the note lessons. Along with Rock BasseyTM, she teaches your young child how to read the note in theand identify the corresponding key on the piano. Fun RhythmoTM leads your child through a basic rhythm lesson, encouraging movement. Fascinating live action segments introduce from cabasa to cow bell so that your baby will quickly learn their sounds and see how some can be played. Other segments introduce the sound of various instruments in the context of foot-tapping music, coupled with relevant visuals. And, of course, parents will love the music as much as their children!
The Trebellina and FriendsTM series utilizes various teaching styles to best reach all children. The engaging music and sound with oral explanation caters to auditory learners. Visual learners will especially appreciate the beautiful pictures and cleverly styled words. The upbeat dance and rhythm scenes encourage kinesthetic learners.
Already I can tell that ‘Lil Moomette, who’s 2-1/2 has inherited some musical talent! It’s so fun to watch her reaction and interpretation when she hears a sound that’s pleasing or unusual to her! Every day is an adventure when she’s learning something new & Trebellina makes it so enjoyable, both for the kids, parents and grandparents!
Recommended for children ages 1-4, the Trebellina and FriendsTM series is the perfect precursor to formal piano or other instrument lessons.
The DVD is formatted to play in theand as well as on (newer) televisions that can read the formats of those regions.
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