I was asked to share this information from Soundbops, a new toy. But toy is too loose of a word. As a kid (and an adult) I always wished that I could play an instrument. But traditional music lessons (from the 1970s, no less!) did not work with me. I think this is a great idea and can’t wait to try it out with Brian. Read on………
Music is magical. It makes kids more mindful, creative, intelligent, social and happy and has been proven to have a profound effect on other areas of development including linguistics and mathematics. However, traditional musical instruments can be very inaccessible to many kids and incredibly frustrating to learn.
At Soundbops, we believe that all children should be given the freedom to experiment with composing and creating their own music. We also think that all children should be given the chance to develop an understanding of music notation in a way which is suitable for their needs.
We decided to set the musical notes free of their tricky traditional instruments and make them independent, tactile and understandable. That’s how we came to create Soundbops: innovative music building blocks. This way, children can explore each note individually to create melodies and even stack them on top of each other to build chords.
Soundbops is more than just a fad toy. We have completely re-imagined the way that kids can progress through the stages of learning music theory and map their development. If your child becomes confident and comfortable with the beginners pack, they can advance through two more learning stages and order additional bops and a more challenging music books to enhance their abilities and enjoyment.
Soundbops has been tried and tested with parents, teachers and children and we are confident that it can have an immensely positive impact. Our goal is to enable children all over the world to play, learn and love music with Soundbops. Let’s disrupt the stale learning methods of the past and give children the best musical opportunities!
Here’s your chance to win one, good luck!
This has been a sponsored post done on behalf of Soundbops, all opinions are my own.