If you’ve ever racked your brain trying to figure out how to get your child to practice (or more than they are)…
Enter KidStrings Box.
Every other month, receive a box brimming with fun learning tools, instrument accessories, practice motivation and fun surprises!
In each box, you’ll find…
- A featured theme piece and its composer
- Practice tips and fun games to reinforce the
- Teacher-approved accessories & practice aids like rosin, pinky holds, and more
- Sheet music arranged just for your instrument, at three skill levels, PLUS scales & technique exercises
- Collectibles, stickers, and a custom t-shirt or wearable
- Always other fun surprises!
We curate boxes that pair perfectly with the instrument of your choice. Specify violin, viola, cello or string bass when you sign up!
Join our growing orchestra of violin, viola, cello and bass KidStrings Club members who are enjoying practicing and playing even more!
Our boxes ship every other month around the 15th, and shipping is always FREE in the US.
How It Works
Choose Your Instrument
Select a recurring subscription or you can opt-in for a limited time with bi-monthly billing.
Cancel at any time.
Unbox this Month’s Inspiration
Each box is curated and packed with love by an expert strings instructor.
Boxes ship on or about the 1st of every other month for + $6.99.
Deepen Your Player’s Musical Practice
What Subscribers Are Saying
Suzi Busdiecker, parent of a violin subscriber
“We are amazed and blown away by this incredible box! My son told me he’s bringing the music from the box with him to his lesson on Tuesday because he can’t wait to learn to play it.”
Kristen, parent of a violin subscriber
“KidStrings Box gets a standing ovation! The box was so nicely and creatively put together, bursting with all sorts of fun and interesting items. The skills and techniques page has really given my son structure in his daily practice, and he was so excited to get the violin tuner that was just like what his teacher uses.”
Charlotte, violin subscriber
“I loved it! My favorite part was the lessons. The violin lessons were not too hard to follow, but they were not very easy either.”