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Pick a game to learn more about music! For best results, do them in order ... because the easiest ones are first. 

Ages 6 and Up 

Ages 9 and Up

  • Play the Soccer Rhythms game! Bring a pencil and paper as well as your reading skills if you want to win!
  • Rhythm Hot Shots game! Bring your reading skills! Answer a question, take a shot.





















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Who are the Fun2Read Music Kids?


The Fun2Read Kids are animated characters! Kids love hearing from other kids, so guess who's in charge of the Fun2Read Music Club? The Fun2Read Music Kids, that's who!

These cute kids teach the entire series of lessons in children's voices for the Jumpstart 4 Kids series. There's Kristen, Ellen and Jessica, along with Ben and his identical twin brother Ted (they look so much alike that you won't be able to tell them apart)... to name just a few!

Want to know how? Check out


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How are Fun2Read Music Lessons Different From the Free Lessons I Find on YouTube?

There are three major differences... level, interactivity and continuity:

  • Learning at the right level is important for kids. Many of the free lessons out there are more for adults. Because we know how long it takes for kids to actually learn a skill, we provide lots and lots of songs so that they can practice.
  • Interactivity is especially important for kids using the computer. When learning online, kids want to click some buttons and see something happen, not just watch a video.
  • In order to really learn to play, you have to keep doing it. Our lessons are designed to keep kids engaged while they learn. Fun2Read Music provides plenty of practice while keeping material fresh and interesting. But kids won't notice that they're practicing! They'll think that they're just playing on the computer and keyboard!


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How Much Natural Talent Does My Child Need in Order to Benefit From Lessons?


Over the long term, the desire to play and the willingness to keep at it
matter much more than natural talent.
A child stands to benefit greatly from our lessons as long as they are
enjoying the process and learning new skills.

To find out more, click to read the blog post entitled What in the World is She Playing?