We at the Homeschool Crew LOVE our repeat vendors!  Kinderbach is one of the vendors who has returned to work with us again for Year 2.  (If you would like to see what the Year 1 Crew had to say about Kinderbach, please click here.)

Kinderbach is an online music curriculum for preschoolers and early elementary-aged students (ages 2-7).


All you need to effectively use Kinderbach is your computer and an inexpensive keyboard or piano.  There is no musical background required to effectively teach this course.  And your child will learn to play real, familiar tunes!  This photo montage will show you a sampling of what you can expect from Kinderbach:
You might also want to view this video to learn more about Kinderbach at Home.

KinderBach teaches by video but does not let the children become mind-numbingly complacent. Each session gives an opportunity to participate in a variety of ways often with activity pages.  Games, puzzles, puppets and music are played through hands-on printed PDFs.   Learning is concrete and tactile.

Each member of the Year 2 Crew will be sharing their thoughts on Kinderbach here:

Homeschool Crew Participants

1. The Snail’s Trail
2. Cindy @ Fenced in Family
3. Debbie’s Homeschool Corner
4. Lori Lynn (life on the rollercoaster)
5. kathy @Stewards steno
6. Sheri H
7. April @ ElCloud Homeschool
8. Brooke @ The World Around Us
9. Nikki @Joy in the Journey
10. Tricia@Homeschool Review
11. Amy @ Hope Is the Word
12. Michelle @ A Life Better Than I Deserve
13. Candace – His Mercy is New
14. Weird, Unsocialized Homeschoolers
15. jacqui@harmony2homeschool
16. Jean
17. Laura@KidsofCharacter
18. Kimberly @ Raising Olives
19. Tristan @ Our Busy Homeschool
20. Kristen @ A Day in the Life
21. Katie @ Katie’s Homeschool Cottage
22. Mrs. White The Legacy of Home
23. Tonia @ The Sunny Patch
24. Heather @ Heather’s thoughtspot
25. Mel @ Real Heart Prints
26. Jennifer @ Creative Learners
27. tinab
28. Sherlyn @The Homeschool Princess
29. Terri @ Burkherts Brigade
30. Jolanthe @ Homeschool Creations
31. Cynthia @ A Great Privilege
32. Erin @Delighting In His Richness
33. Jodi @The Homeschool Desk
34. Shanna
35. Cheryl Henderson-Khalid
36. Heidi @ Homeschool How To
37. Dewey’s Treehouse
38. Debra @ Footprints in the Butter
39. Dawn @ Olive Plants
40. Laura O @ Day by Day in Our World
41. Tracy @ 3Guys & ADoll
42. Tea Time with Annie Kate
43. Jodi @ Granola Mom 4 God
44. Charla M
45. Danielle @ Rocks at my feet
46. Heather@Faith, family and Fun
47. Chris @ Armyof5
48. Debbie @ Debbie’s Digest
49. Kimberly Kovach@Train Up a Child
50. y @ meaderfam
51. Ozark Ramblings
52. Gidget@Garden of Gems
53. The Crazy Mom @ Ramblings from the Crazy House
54. Susan @ Homeschooling Hearts and Minds
55. Lori @ Loving Learning at Home
56. RegeniaS
57. Kimberly@WeLoveToHomeschool
58. One Blessed Mamma
59. Christa @ Fairfield Corner Academy
60. Wendy @ Our Crew’s Ship
61. Heidi @ Chatter, Clatter and Things that Matter
62. Kela @ Nellums and Company Homeschool Blog
63. Kelly @ Wisdom Begun
64. Lis @ Acorns~ Or Homeschooling Nuggets of Gold
65. Penny
66. Lisa @ The Berry Patch
67. Jessica S. @ A Mother of Action
68. Lori@Homeschool Reviews & More
69. BeckyJoie @ Leaders In Learning
70. Aimee @ Journey2Learn
71. Karla @ Ramblin’ Roads
72. Linda @ Faith in Love
73. C is for Cookie
74. krista~Collins Family Reviews
75. Janet
76. Suzanne Jarrell
77. Tim @ Families Again
78. Joan@Jots from Joan
79. April @Once Upon A Qpon
80. MeritK @ Creative Learning
81. Gina@Learning Legacy
82. Jennifer@a glimpse of our life
83. Mary Grace @ BOOKS and BAIRNS
84. Becky@There is Hope Blog
85. Sara O’ @ The Homeschool Project
86. Cynthia White@ Rivers of Joy: life with 13 children
87. Kristi @LovingMyLot
88. Michele@My Blessings From Above
89. Heather @ Blog, She Wrote
90. Amy @ Are We There Yet?
91. Katrina @ Mama Manuscripts
92. Renee Walker
93. amanda:)
94. Jamie @ Jam Side Up
95. Tammi K @ Now Boarding Gate Three
96. Marie Ligorria
97. Annmarie@Homeschoolducks
98. Hillary
99. Delightful Learning
100. Tea TIme with Annie Kate

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14 thoughts on “Kinderbach”

  1. I do appreciate all that the reviewers have to say. The time and effort they put forth. Something I would like to read more is how their children liked it. Was it easy, hard, mom intensive etc. to use.

    Almost all the reviews have exactly the same information (which the KinderBach site has too).

    Hope I don't sound rude or negative. I thought the reviews would be more personal. How the family liked it, would rate it and so forth.



  2. Wish we could afford the DVD's – my little Maestro LOVED this last year when we had high speed internet, but we couldn't get it to work with our satellite internet this year. 🙁

    I highly recommend this if you have high speed internet!

    I shared my kid's opinions of this program last year as well as some pictures this year if you're still looking for family experiences.

    Edited by Ksudoc93 on Feb. 6, 2010 at 9:38 PM

  3. I would recommend this to younger age group (around 3-6 years old). My 7 year old did enjoy a lot of it, but thought some parts moved to slowly.

  4. With my three-year old, KinderBach was definitely a blessing to review!!! Not only did he learn some musical terms and playing songs, he also learned (through this program); colors, numbers, letters, counting, knowing from left to right hand! It reinforced outside learning in a fun and awesome manner!! And we definitely enjoyed the online KinderBach for lessons! Thank you so much! ;0)

    Jessica @A Mother of Action


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