Children are sponges when it comes to learning. But what do you do if your little one has an ear for music but is not yet at the reading stage?
Well, with the help of some giraffes, dolphins and alligators even the little ones can enjoy the gifts that music brings.
NOAH (pre Piano Level 1) is all about early childhood education with an emphasis on music. The application was specifically developed for visual learners who are still at the pre-reading stage. The app features a well-tested user interface which is so intuitive that even young children can figure it out the moment they start.
The big animals at the bottom act as the keyboard and each animal name represents the actual piano key. Camel starts with the letter C and if you played the camel next to a real piano, you would get the same sound as the C key makes.
The smaller animals are used to compose a short melody which is done by simply touching the arrows. But the real magic happens when touching the octopus button. From that moment on, it’s all about listening, watching, hearing, modifying and most of all, learning.
NOAH is just the beginning
Those who outgrow the app can continue learning with “pre Piano Keyboard” and finally move up to the “Little Composers Piano” which is an even more sophisticated version of NOAH and the pre Piano Keyboard.
During a two-year testing period, parents gave us a wealth of feedback and because of that, the pre Piano NOAH app is now the best it can be.
Here is what one mom had to say:
“As a radio announcer, it is very important for me to have my daughter involved in the world of music. I just want music to mean as much to her as it does to me. So it made sense to start her in it as soon as possible. I found Little Composers and instantly knew it was for us! It really is brilliant and easy to follow along. I highly recommend it for you and your “little composer.” ~ Trish W.
Thank you for giving your child the gift of music. Enjoy.