Online Piano Lessons for Homeschoolers
Live, 1-on-1 Online Piano Lessons with Professional Piano Teachers and Engaging Curriculum.
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Exceptional Piano Instructors
Flexible Scheduling, No Contracts
High Quality Curriculum From Home
Incorporate our live online piano lessons into your homeschool program from the comfort of your home. Your child will learn to play piano from the professionals and develop cognitive skills which can be applied to other subjects, such as math, history and language.
Expert Piano Teachers
Our professional piano instructors have advanced college degrees in piano with 5+ years of teaching children at all ages and levels.
Unlike pre-recorded lessons, your child will interact with live teachers and get feedback in real time.
Engaging and Proven Curriculum
We primarily use the Faber Piano Adventures curriculum. This will ensure that your child can make rapid progress in learning beginning piano skills and diverse repertoire while also learning sight-reading and music theory, and building a consistent practice routine – all of which can be tracked and measured.
Throughout each level, teachers will help students to learn Faber’s three pillars of Analyze, Create, Express in order to prime the student’s intellect, engage and spark imagination, and nurture a love of music.
Try a Half Hour Piano Lesson Completely For Free!
Meet your piano teacher, discuss goals, and begin 1-on-1 instruction.
No contract or credit card necessary.
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Our Simple Pricing
30-minute trial lesson
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Per One-Hour Lesson
All Major Payment Methods Accepted
Family Lesson Discount
Featured Piano Instructors
Ana Gogava – Piano
Dr. Humay Gasimzadeh – Piano
Kristi Hifzi – Piano
Wylsner Bastien – Jazz Piano
Dr. Larisa Soboleva – Piano
Thomas Crouch – Piano
Mattia Senesi – Piano
Athena So – Piano
Online piano lessons are an ideal learning option for homeschooling families, allowing them to learn piano at their own pace.
At Lesson With You, your child can receive high-quality private instruction tailored to their busy homeschooling schedules.
Easy Lesson Setup
Getting set up for music lessons has never been easier! To have an outstanding learning experience, you’ll need a few things, such as microphone, computer or laptop, piano or electric keyboard, and lesson books.
Don’t worry if you’re not sure what equipment to get – our client service team can help you find the right ones.
A Well-rounded Education
Live online piano lessons are convenient and fun way to enhance a well-rounded homeschool education. By learning to play the piano, students can improve memory, creativity, and focus, which can benefit other activities in your curriculum.
Plus, students can gain a sense of accomplishment by learning and practicing piano. Start Today!
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Frequently Asked Questions
Which type of lesson works better for homeschoolers: online or in-person?
What equipment do you need for online piano lessons?
For an exceptional learning experience, students will need their own keyboard instrument, high-speed internet, and lesson equipment, such as a microphone, computer or laptop, and lesson books. We use Zoom as our live lesson platform. If you have any questions or concerns about the equipment or lesson setup, please don’t hesitate to contact our client service team!
How much are the piano lessons? Is there a family lesson discount?
What's the ideal age for a child to begin piano lessons?
The best age for a child to start piano lessons is between the ages of 7 and 9 years old. At this age, children have developed fine motor and cognitive skills, and understand the concepts of “teaching,” “learning,” and “practicing.” Some children may show interest in piano even when they’re 5, and it’s a great to let them explore and play around with it, even if they’re not ready for lessons yet. At Lesson With You, we accept students 5 and up. For those under 13, we recommend that a parent be present during lessons for a outstanding learning experience.
How often should my child practice piano, and for how long?
What kind of piano curriculum is best for homeschoolers?
There are various piano curriculums available for homeschoolers, including method books. Our piano teachers suggest using traditional method books like Faber and Alfred’s as they integrate music theory and repertoire practice. Some students who have a specific interest in a musical style, such as Jazz, may use supplemental material provided by the instructors. The suitable curriculum for each student will depend on their age, skill level, goals and learning style preferred by the parents.
Can my homeschooled child prepare for music exams or competitions?
What will my child learn in piano lessons?
In piano lessons, students learn the technical and artistic aspects of music in addition to developing a healthy and fun practice routine. Our piano teachers may suggest warm-up and technical exercises to help your child build strength and dexterity in their fingers. They will also learn how to read music, practice piano effectively with various strategies to improve their playing.
As a homeschooling parent, it’s important to stay involved in your child’s learning journey. You can help your child build a practice routine and make sure they’re practicing the material assigned by the teacher. You can also track their progress by asking their piano teacher for feedback.
How do I choose the right teacher for my child's interests and skill level?
Don’t worry if you are unsure with choosing the right teacher for your child! At Lesson With You, after you submit the trial lesson form, our client service team will match your child with the instructor who is the right fit in terms of teaching style, personality, and schedule. If you have a specific preference, you can leave it as an additional request in the form we send you afterward.