Keyboard teaches Primary songs, how to play piano

by | Dec. 06, 2010


A new unique electronic keyboard created exclusively for Mormon families is a great way to teach devotion to the gospel and reinforce important church themes.

Primary Songs Learning Keyboard has 22 of the most popular Primary songs stored in the keyboard's memory. But this product does more than just play back those tunes automatically—the keyboard actually helps teach children how to play the songs.

“I am very impressed with this learning keyboard,” said children's songwriter Janice Kapp Perry. “There is no sweeter way to teach gospel principals. Every home must have one.”

This instrument, sure to be a fun part of any Family Home Evening, includes two teaching modes that help children learn 22 Primary songs. It also teaches children the beginning steps necessary for learning to play the piano.

Families throughout the U.S. have raved about these pre-programmed learning keyboards and children love these unique keyboards.

For more information about the Children’s Primary Songs Learning Keyboard and a special pre-Christmas pricing, visit celestialsongs.net.
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