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Join Prodigies to sing, hand-sign and play with colorful & accessible music lessons for kids 0-12

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Prodigies Music Lessons

Engage your kids in music learning and play with hundreds of colorful videos designed by real music teachers and parents. We’re the ONLY at-home streaming music program with over 800 effective & powerful lessons for kids 0-12.

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Engaging Video Lessons

800+ Lessons & Performance Tracks for all ages and multiple beginner instruments

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Colorful Curriculum

1000+ cross-curricular PDF activities, resources, lesson plans, sheet music pages and printables

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For Kids 0-12

Research backed methods for making the most out of early childhood and elementary school

The early years of life are crucial for establishing a foundation for lifelong music development. A child’s musical experiences from birth to age five have a particularly profound impact on the extent to which she will be able to understand, appreciate, and achieve in music as an adult.

– The Gordon Institute for Musical Learning

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Easily learn music

with colors, hand-signs & accessible lessons for kids

Practice Makes Prodigies

Music is best learned early. Prodigies teaches music fundamentals through colorful hand-signs, instruments & videos so that all kids can have access to a powerful early music education.

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How It Works

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Join

Join Prodigies for $12.99/mo – cancel anytime – to unlock all of the colorful music lessons across all of our programs as well as new releases, live singalongs with Mr. Rob and so much more.

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Learn

Immediately start streaming colorful lessons based on your child’s age and previous musical experience. Most folks enjoy starting in Playtime Prodigies (our primer) or in Level 1, Chapter 1.

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Sing

Kids will start by singing about colors, numbers, letters & Solfege with the help of our founders & hosts, Mr. Rob & Ms. Sam.

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Sign

To help make the notes more memorable and to bring shy singers out of their shell, we use bilateral hand-signs while we sing melodies.

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Play & Grow

Follow along on any C Major instrument (piano, bells, xylo, Boomwhackers) and learn your first instrument in a fun & accessible way. Over time, learn more advanced instruments like Ukulele & Recorder.

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“Revitalized my 30 year teaching career! Bravo!

– Donna Tugby

“My youngest son developed perfect pitch before he was age 4!”

– Jenni Lemerand

“Thank you for the magical thing that your program has done for Jamie, our non-verbal daughter of 5!

– Jacki Walsh

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Join the Prodigies Music Program Today

“This revitalized my 30 year teaching career. Bravo!”

“Thank you for the magical thing you’ve done for our daughter!”

What’s Inside Prodigies?

Hundreds of colorful lessons where kids will discover…

Solfege Singing

Rhythm

Listening

Listening Skills

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Desk bells

Singing

Music Literacy

Recorder

Recorder

One Note Study

One Note Studies

Movement

Movement, SEL & More

What’s Inside Prodigies?

Hundreds of colorful lessons where kids will discover…

Solfege Singing

Rhythm

Listening

Listening Skills

Sheet Music_1

Reading Music

Singing

Singing Tunefully

Recorder

Recorder

One Note Study

One Note Studies

Ukulele

Ukulele

Movement

Movement, SEL & More

Download Scope & Sequence PDF

Join Prodigies

Unlock your child’s inner musician

“One’s potential to learn is never greater than at the moment of birth. The early years of life are crucial for establishing a foundation for lifelong music development. A child’s musical experiences from birth to age five have a particularly profound impact on the extent to which she will be able to understand, appreciate, and achieve in music as an adult. Children must be exposed to a rich variety of music during these years in order to develop the necessary readiness for formal music learning when they are older.”

— The Gordon Institute for Music Learning