Little Ukers

Overview

The "Little Ukers" Method Books

The "Little Ukers" method books use a sequential, step-by-step approach to introducing young students to the world of the ukulele. Available in both "D" and "C" tunings, the books use imagery and activities to teach students music reading and ukulele skills. "Little Ukers" is ideally suited for your young beginner ukulele classes.

Level 2 introduces students to scales, chords, ...

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Overview

The "Little Ukers" Method Books

The "Little Ukers" method books use a sequential, step-by-step approach to introducing young students to the world of the ukulele. Available in both "D" and "C" tunings, the books use imagery and activities to teach students music reading and ukulele skills. "Little Ukers" is ideally suited for your young beginner ukulele classes.

Level 2 introduces students to scales, chords, note reading, rhythms, basic strumming patterns, ear training, simple melodies, and the basics of solo playing.

Little Ukers: Level 2, D Tuning is the second book in the Little Ukers Ukulele Method Series. It is a continuation of the comprehensive step-by-step approach to teaching music reading skills and techniques for playing the ukulele. It is designed to be used in a classroom or with a small group of students. The book uses imagery, activities, and an innovative approach to teaching students how to play the ukulele. It also covers the basics of ear training, strumming skills, note reading, music theory, and playing simple melodies.
The "Little Ukers" program is a division of the Island Ukuleles Society based in Victoria, British Columbia. The program was piloted by Island Ukuleles Society in the winter of 2005 as a programming initiative to involve younger students in playing the ukulele. Developed by Melissa Sequeira, the program ran once a week for twelve weeks with four performances concluding the session. The "Little Ukers" pilot program, along with the new method book, was an overwhelming success! It is now offered as a regular program of the Island Ukuleles Society, and currently runs at two locations in Victoria, British Columbia with high enrollment.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781426920912
  • Publisher: Trafford Publishing
  • Publication date: 12/22/2009
  • Pages: 56
  • Product dimensions: 0.12 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 8.25 (d)

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