Broaden your children's education and help them explore new interests, become well-rounded, and discover their gifts through Sonlight's electives.
The recorder is easy and inexpensive! Thus it's often the first "real" instrument children encounter in classrooms, typically around 4th grade. This model is a fully chromatic soprano (key of C) instrument with pleasing sound—not a cheap tonette or flutophone. Virtually unbreakable three-piece plastic resin design is easy to assemble and clean.
- Nine Note Recorder Method
Beginners start easy—real songs with just three notes! Soon they learn to read time signatures and note values, count out rhythms and meters—even practice syncopation, alternate fingerings and basic expression techniques! New notes, rules and techniques introduce themselves as students progress through 125 songs—including seasonal and multicultural pieces, plus over 80 duets.
- Mark Kistler's Draw Squad
A humorous, skill-building exercise book composed of 30 carefully sequenced, developmental lessons. Students practice drawing 20 minutes a day. Teaches "Ten Key Words of Drawing" and demonstrates how they create the illusion of three-dimensionality.