Website review: Let’s rock!

Published August 28, 2021

In your daily life, you need to have balance in everything — your education, playtime, household chores and rest. However, there is one more essential thing in every human’s life and that is music! Yes, you also need to bring some music in your life.

If you are already into any particular genre of music or you want to play any instrument but need some guidance, the site in review today, Little Kids Rock, is the perfect getaway.

Little Kids Rock is all about music and music instruments; where you learn to write music, play instruments and learn to sing. Let’s dig in.

Start with a video tour of the site, or choose from the sections given at the top of the site such as ‘Learn a song’, ‘Take a lesson’ or ‘Practice’.

In ‘Learn a song’, you can choose from the song list of popular music and artists to learn to play their song, using options given in the ‘selected’ song for different instruments, like guitar, bass, drums, keyboard, ukulele and modern band. Choosing any of these will open a new page with a step-by-step guided lesson. You can narrow your choices by selecting from the level of difficulty, title, or artist.

Use ‘Take a lesson’ link to learn to play several different instruments such as, keyboard, drums, bass, guitar, horns, and ukulele. Apart from that, there are lessons on how to learn songwriting and vocals. You can watch short video lessons, which start at beginner levels and move up in difficulty. Furthermore, you can master the skills by playing games and song jams from the section ‘Practice’.

Little Kids Rock is a wonderful place for children to learn about how the world of music transforms lives by restoring, expanding, and innovating music education.

The website claims to have more than 500,000 kids currently participating in several of its programmes.

Let’s rock at: http://jamzone.littlekidsrock.org/

Published in Dawn, Young World, August 28th, 2021

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