New website: Beatboxing for Kids

I enjoy sharing my love of beatboxing with children and adults.

So, I created a fun little website of beatboxing tutorials, Beatboxing for Kids, which are adapted from exercises I've done with my own children.

All of the tutorials use everyday words your child is likely already familiar with, like "boots" and "cats."

You can listen to audio samples in each tutorial, then teach your own kids how to lay down some sick beats.

(By the way, after I registered the domain beatboxingforkids.fun, I realized that I could also snag beatboxingis.fun. I decided to re-use the same content, but without the focus on kids, for readers who just want to learn on their own.)

About Shaun

Shaun Gallagher is the author of three popular science books and one silly statistics book:

He's also a software engineer at Monetate and lives in northern Delaware with his wife and children.

Visit his portfolio site for more about his books and his programming projects.

The views expressed on this blog are his own and do not necessarily represent the views of his publishers or employer.

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