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Young beginner

(3-5 years old)

If you are looking for a piano course for your little one to enroll in, look no further than this page. 

How do I know if my child is ready to learn piano? 
My child is only 3 years old, is it too early to start the piano lesson or waste of money? 

Undoubtedly, these are all frequent questions asked by parents who are keen in starting their child on the piano. Well, there is no specific age to start that is ideal for everyone. 

Firstly, it is important for a child who show curiosity in playing any musical instrument, singing and is happy to sit down and focus for a short time, say 15 minutes to start with.


It's a lot of easier if they know the Basic English Alphabet starting from A to G and numerical digits from 1 to 10. 

Click to read on what is the best age to start piano lesson

Course Duration


The course is designed to develop the musical talents for young children, it is important to get it right from the first note. 

The course impart not just the solid foundation with its early training in rhythm and notes reading, your child will enjoy making music through singing and playing.

I have to start with a premise that every student who comes to me is fully enjoy about learning piano and progress at the right pace. 

As a Diploma in Early Childhood Music Teaching Specialist, I have a deep understanding and research on early childhood music planning, choice of materials and presentation. I have created a large and expanding collection of BIG NOTES sheet music called "Rainbow Piano House" which is suitable for young children.

​Besides, each color represent the piano key, helping students to recognize the notes start from young age. The book is supplemental to the beginner piano music method books I use. 

One of the fun iPad app I used during my lesson is Piano Maestro. The app uses the microphone to “listen” to the student playing and gives them achievement stars and points as they learn and expose to various songs and skills.
I believe that this app is a valuable tool for sight reading as well as simply increasing students' time at the piano. ​

What to expect?


  • Build up finger strengthening and correct posture. 

  • Understand keyboard structure and finger numbers. 

  • Music notes recognition and memory. 

  • A child is very confident in playing the piano solo.

  • Duet with teacher. 

  • Improve concentration time span. 

  • Easy way of counting the beats on their own for every song. 

  • Coordinate singing and playing on the piano.​

  • Trained to perform in regular concerts and willing to share their love of music in the public. ​

  • Designed for age 3-5 years old. 

  • Ideal for beginners who want to start to play piano in a motivating and encouraging environment. 

  • Individual or small group setting of 2 children. Siblings are welcome. 

  • Lesson duration is 30, 45 or 60 minutes. 

  • Lesson duration is as short as 3 months to 2 years depending on learning ability. 

  • Short daily practice as little as 10-15 minutes is highly recommended. ​


​To create a positive and fun learning environment, the young children will develop sight reading abilities through color notes, flash card, fun learning worksheet and mobile apps. ​


Musical games presented in a playful and engaging way that doesn't cause boring or frustration, but with a little satisfaction along the way, 


Carefully selected curriculum will lay the solid foundations in a fun and easy way as well as giving praise and incentive to children from time to time. 


All these will prepare them to go on a proper one-to-one technical piano course and be in a strong position to learn. This make their progress will be much faster and they will be more likely to succeed and develop a real love of piano. 


5 secrets you did not know when your child begin to take piano lessons. 


  1. 2 and 3 black keys

  2. Hands and fingering 

  3. Key Names 

  4. Staff and clef 

  5. Line and Space Notes

  6. Note Value and Rests

  7. Time Signature