The Notekins
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The Notekins

Step into the magical world of music in “The Notekins”. This delightful series features seven little people that represent each of the seven musical notes. In each episode, the Notekins are invited to visit a musical instrument friend and encounter basic music lessons along the way. Young viewers will be introduced to concepts such as pitch and tempo. “The Notekins” is sure to have your toddler singing and dancing!

Program Schedule
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Program Viewing Tips
  • What musical instruments do you see? Label them for your child!
  • Ask your child to imitate the sound the instrument makes!
  • The Notekins exposes children to the names and sounds of a wide variety of musical instruments
  • Research shows that musical education is helpful in brain development, which is why a series like The Notekins can be beneficial.
  • Singing and dancing are great ways for young children to begin expressing themselves.
  • Dancing is great for building gross motor skills.
Program Educational Values
  • Getting acquainted with a basic musical language such as high and low, fast and slow, loud and soft.
  • Reinforce this musical language with the introduction of different musical instruments and the sound that they make.