What Instruments Do I Need / Can I Use?
Learn more about the using Deskbells (CNDB-D), our Prodigies Bells App, Boomwhackers, Piano, Xylophones, Recorders & Ukulele
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Prodigies focuses largely on playing with colorful deskbells, our Prodigies Bells App, Boomwhackers, Piano, Xylophones, Recorders & Ukulele
If you DON’T have an instrument, you can still sing and hand-sign with our curriculum, but it definitely makes it more fun & engaging to have an instrument to practice.
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The core curriculum focuses on bells that are colorful, easy & fun to play. While they are ideal for beginners & children with special needs, they are also quality and expressive enough for mature players. Check out our .
Voice + Hand-Signs
Prodigies combines singing Solfege (Do Re Mi etc.) with simple hand-signs to make pitch development concrete, memorable & fun.
This way, you always have an instrument with you! The hand-signs help to make the abstract idea of pitch more concrete and memorable. Plus, by combining two hands with our voice, we’re activating multiple areas of the brain for more points of access to pitch.
Free Bell App
Go digital with our free Prodigies Bells App!
Discover Hawaii’s favorite stringed instrument in Ukulele Prodigies, a colorful introduction to the Ukulele. When starting with a Ukulele, we recommend choosing a soprano, concert or Tenor Uke to begin. Available On
Most of the rhythm lessons in Prodigies can be followed by tapping, clapping & stomping. Plus, our songs have percussion scrolling sheet music below the treble clef so you can jam along. However, if you want to make it a little more fun, look for some of the popular kids percussion instruments listed below.