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Sunday, February 7, 2010

KinderBach Review-Revisited

Last year, as part of the TOS Crew, I had the opportunity to review KinderBach, and on-line piano course for children ages 3-7. My review from last year can be found HERE.

KinderBach again is one of the TOS Crew vendors, but instead of writing another review, we "First Mates" were asked to share last years review with you, and then tell you what is new. So before you go on, you might want to follow that link above...or HERE it is again, ;-).

KinderBach is really a delightful program that just keeps getting better. New this year are two more levels of student study. They have also added downloadable crafts and games (some are free, some you pay to download) AND coloring books that are available for a small cost. Karri Gregor, who is the imaginative force behind KinderBach also does a regular newsletter which frequently contains contests, coloring sheets, and more to tie in with lessons.
Beyond those activities, most lessons have activities that go with them to, such as the one below.
KinderBach continues to be one of the best values in piano lessons around. You can take the first two weeks of lessons free, and there is a 30 money back guarantee. The monthly cost is $19.95, the price of ONE half hour traditional lesson. And that cost drops to $7.95 a month if you pay a year at a time. For about $20 more, you can get one year's worth of DVD lessons instead of having the lessons be online . If scheduling computer usage time, especially time that lines up with piano access, is a challenge in your home, the DVDs might be the best solution for you.

To check out KinderBach, go HERE. I encourage you to check out what other members of the TOS Crew have to say HERE.
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