Prodigies Dark 2023@0.75x

A fun, interactive, and accessible music program for homeschooling families

Like Blues Clues meets Guitar Hero 🙂

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Content Elements


Curriculum Videos


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General Music Curriculum

Homeschool Friendly Music Curriculum

What’s Inside Prodigies?

Hundreds of colorful lessons where kids will discover…

Solfege Singing



Listening Skills

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Music Literacy



One Note Study

One Note Studies




Movement, SEL & More

Sing, Sign, Play

Demystifying music lessons

Prodigies makes learning the language of music fun, easy & digestible. We do so by giving each note various names; for instance, the note C is: “C”, “Do”, “Red”, “1” & has it’s own hand-sign. With so many ways to hear & reference musical notes, children build confidence as they learn & internalize the musical alphabet.

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Our Philosophy

Early exposure to pitch

Develop a strong tonal center by focusing on the individual musical notes during a child’s formative years.

Brain-based vocabulary

Memorize the sound of the musical notes by learning them through hand-signs, numbers & colors.

Error proof learning

With color-coded instruments, videos & curriculum, children have more opportunities to get it right! We want to inspire confidence & positivity in these early, formative years.

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Over 800 Video Lessons

Non stop musical fun

Whether you’re a bouncing baby clapping along with “Sweet Beets” or a pre-teen woodshedding “The Hall of the Mountain King,” better musical skills are just a few minutes away with Prodigies.

Family Friendly

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If You Want Sweet Beets, We Got ‘Em

Join Mr. Rob, Ms. Sam, Beet, Cherry and all the Prodigies Bells & Friends in a colorful & engaging world full of music theory that students, teachers & directors love!


Frequently Asked Questions

Busy parents wanna know…

For quick wins that are low pressure for you and your kids, open up Prodigies and work though our quick start playlists or our long play videos. This can take as little as 4 minutes for a video or as long as 40 minutes.

If you’re ready for step-by-step lesson plans, check out Prodigies Music Level 1A, grab the corresponding workbook PDF (or textbook from our shop) and use the 45 minute weekly lesson plans provided.

Using the weekly lesson plans, you’ll be able to stay consistent with music practice each week. This can be something to look forward to every week, and will make working through Prodigies a successful routine for you and your young musicians.

For quick streaming and all video lessons, you can easily stream through our app Prodigies on iOS, AppleTV, Android, AndroidTV, Roku4k, and fireTV.

Our web platform at contains all the same videos, plus additional features like sheet music, printable resources and curriculum activities.

You don’t NEED an instrument to start. There are instrument free lessons to begin, instrument free playlists and there’s even a digital instrument on our website.

That said, having an instrument will help your child’s skills and engagement significantly. This can be Chromanotes Deskbells (or Prodigies Deskbells when they’re in stock), any piano with color-coded stickers, or any kind of xylophone or C Major instrument.

There are also lessons specific to ukulele and recorder, and naturally you’ll want those instruments for these technique heavy courses.

Then you’re about to have a lot of fun learning music! 

No, but seriously… it’s easy, it’s fun and you can TOTALLY facilitate this program with your kids. We start out with easy echo songs about numbers, colors and solfege (do re mi) which make it super easy for anyone to follow.

Prodigies focuses on the fundamentals around pitch and rhythm using iconic notation, which means it won’t require you to read music. We focus largely on the notes and the chords — stuff most 7-12 year olds learn in piano lessons — we just do it with colors and hand-signs and bells that make it easier for younger age groups.

The videos and listening activities are fun and effective for kids throughout early childhood.

At 1 year old, they’ll start tapping a steady beat and singing “Do” and “Hello C.”

By age 3, they’ll be hand-signing with Solfege and ready for the activities and worksheets.

By age 5, they’ll be recalling notes, playing melodies, practicing chords and crushing aural comprehension games.

By age 7, they’ll be playing more complex melodies, performing on their instrument and singing tunefully with confidence.

While every child’s musical journey is different, there is a wealth of evidence that shows that pitch exposure and a music education before age 6 can do some incredible things for the brain (like unlocking the skills associated with perfect pitch).

That’s why we encourage folks to start early, take breaks if you need to, and keep revisiting music lessons throughout your child’s development. Our own kids have gone through phases with the program and that’s 100% okay!

Think of Prodigies like Netflix for educational music lessons. There are some programs that everyone will enjoy, some programs specifically for infants and toddlers and then some more advanced material as well.

Our platform currently only supports 1 profile per account, so while you can see your progress and where you left off (and even favorite videos and games), there isn’t a way to track multiple kids in one account.

To help with tracking individual progress, we have printable checklists & calendars that you can use for each kid to track their musical journey.

A lot of our core lessons focus on hand-signing with Solfege and then performing that melody on bells or xylophone. Siblings can alternate playing a single instrument with doing the hand-signs, or they can split up the bells to work together. There are performance tracks with multiple parts and instruments so you can easily make your own ensemble.

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