Looking for a fun introduction to music? The pBuzz is a new way for children to develop early music skills, the benefits of which include social, language, and reasoning skills.
The pBuzz is fun and easy to play for children of almost any age. Its lightweight build and curved, smooth body make it comfortable for little hands.
More fun than a recorder, easier than a keyboard and lighter than a drum, the pBuzz is quickly becoming the starter instrument of choice for parents and schools worldwide.
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The pBuzz was designed for smaller hands. It features an intuitive and bright design that allows younger players to start playing songs they recognise straight away. Progression on the pBuzz is swift because of this simplicity. But the clever design means skills are tangible and transferable to other instruments in future.
There’s plenty of research to show that early exposure to musical instruments has a positive impact on brain development in younger children. Not only does it support social, language and reasoning skills, but it also supports effective memory development.
The pBuzz has six notes on the colour coded movable slide. The positions are labelled by note name (F, G, A, B, Bb, C) and slide positions from one to six. The colour scheme utilises the ORFF system which is used with many similar starter instruments. This offers a greater understanding of musical knowledge including pitch and note length.
The pBuzz is suitable for children of all ages, but especially from as young as 3 or 4 years. As part of EYFS (early years foundation stage) provision, the pBuzz is a welcome addition to many classrooms and works well in ensemble with recorders, chime bars, and hand percussion.
Plus, you can visit the pBone website for even more free resources including online lessons, backing tracks, and training.
Warwick Music Group, the manufacturers of pInstruments, have teamed up with Music Gurus in order to provide eight free courses free of charge until 30th June 2020. To support the musical community these free courses include over six hours of educational content to support students learning remotely as well as allowing teachers to augment their online lessons. Please go to the WMG blog for more details and extra resources.