Leap On and Tune In with The TuneablesTM on LeapFrogTM

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Award-winning music education experience now available on LeapFrogTM devices.

The Tuneables

We are thrilled to be working with LeapFrog to add important music education experiences that will reach so many young learners,” said Jill Todd, Music Intelligence Project President and CEO.

The Music Intelligence ProjectTM is pleased to announce that the award-winning music program The TuneablesTM is now available on LeapFrog’s award-winning multimedia platforms, LeapPadTM and LeapsterTM Explorer, through the LeapFrog App Center.

“LeapFrog is widely respected as the premier source for all that is best in educational entertainment, including award-winning content that teaches language, math and science. We are thrilled to be working with LeapFrog to add important music education experiences that will reach so many young learners,” said Jill Todd, Music Intelligence Project President and CEO.

The Tuneables, developed by the Music Intelligence Project, is an interactive animated video and audio series that teaches important music skills to young children in a truly engaging way. Instrument-inspired characters encourage children to participate in songs and activities that provide rhythm, tonal, and voice development in a carefully sequenced approach. Based on the work of experienced music professionals, The Tuneables’ curriculum is designed to help children develop a solid foundation of music understanding while supporting cognitive development.

The Tuneables DVD “I Love Music!” and Music Box CD will be available beginning Tuesday, August 14, 2012 in the LeapFrog App Center. Both are fantastic tools for cultivating music learning in young children and are ideal ways to share the wonders of music. For more information, visit http://www.thetuneables.com.

About Music Intelligence Project
The Music Intelligence Project promotes the best approaches to music education for children. It brings together a group of musicians, educators, researchers, and creative professionals to support the design and development of interactive products for educating young children in music. These products are grounded in years of teaching experience, proven techniques and materials, insights gained from research on music teaching and learning, and recent advances in the understanding of brain development as a function of music learning. For more info, visit http://www.musicintelligenceproject.com

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