Wunderkeys Preschool Piano Lessons

Does your four-year-old adore the old keyboard in the closet more than all the stuffies, all the toy trucks, and all the princess gowns?

Think your four-year-old is too young for piano lessons? Think again!

The Wunderkeys for Preschoolers approach provides an age-appropriate, hands-on, story-based, and fun experience that has your child playing duets with his or her teacher from day one.  It encourages exploration of the piano and development of many musical concepts that children need to grasp before learning to read traditional music notation.  

An encouraging first experience in music lessons is critical to your child’s long-term enjoyment of the piano, or any other instrument. Wunderkeys Piano for Preschoolers is that and more.  And our favorite part: Wunderkeys will make your child’s confidence soar!

Limited spaces are available for private, 30-minute piano lessons with one of our Wunderkeys instructors.  To schedule your meet & greet, simply fill out the form below and we will contact you asap to set up a time!

“(My son) has always had a huge interest in music and lessons are reinforcing it. He is getting better at his numbers and his fine motor skills are improving as well!”

– Megan, Harmony Garden Parent

An Overview of the Wunderkeys Program

The Wunderkeys Preschool Piano program a series of three colorful, story-based lesson books full of delightful characters and sequencial, developmentally-appropriate and well-paced music and piano education.

Book 1

  • Learn symbol-to-sound recognition
  • Practice finger independence and coordination
  • Learn aural awareness
  • Play long sounds and short sounds on black keys
  • Play high sounds and low sounds on black keys
  • Play sounds moving higher and lower
  • Learn math skills to assist musical understanding


Book 2

  • Improve finger independence and coordination
  • Play simple, pattern-based melodies on black keys
  • Read preliminary notation
  • Improve aural awareness
  • Explore simple rhythmic patterns
  • Listen for musical patterns
  • Learn math skills to assist musical understanding

Book 3

  • Play simple, pattern-based melodies on black keys
  • Read off-staff rhythmic notation (quarter, half, and whole notes)
  • Recognize directional movement in note reading
  • Explore “stemps pointing up” and “stems pointing down”
  • Listen for quarter, half, and whole notes
  • Learn math skills to assist musical understanding