Interactive Ukulele Method

Kulea Ukulele is a comprehensive instructional program designed for the Classroom

Kulea (kū'-le'a) in Hawaiian translates to – Successful; Competent; Able.

Easy and Fun

No need to plan or prepare in order to deliver the content.

No prior experience or knowledge about the ukulele required in order to use the method.

All lessons and activities are sequenced and perfectly paced to ensure students’ success and maximum engagement.

Tried and Tested

The method and sequence has been proven to work across multiple grades (3 - 7) in a variety of classroom settings and environments.

All Original Content

33 Interactive Lessons (30+ minutes each) comprising of 208 steps, including interactive videos, guided group activities, and quizzes. 23 original single notes songs with high quality backing tracks.

General Music Knowledge

The knowledge and skills learned on the ukulele can be easily transferred to many other instruments.

Easy to Learn

Within a few lessons students will be able to strum and play along with fun songs and beyond.

Trusted by Educators in a Number of School Districts

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What you need to Get Started

A Class Set of Ukuleles, Computer or Laptop, Internet Connection, Projector, Speakers….and Enthusiasm!

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FAQ

 Although the method is geared primarily towards classroom instruction, the course should work for individuals in all settings. 

Your subscription allows you to use the course at only one school. In order to use it at multiple locations you will need to purchase additional licenses. Contact us for more information.

We are using standard C Ukulele tuning, GCEA (Soprano, Concert, and Tenor Ukuleles)

No, you don’t. You can choose your own order, skip or repeat steps as you see fit. 

Many of our subscribers are using the Roadie Tuner that automatically tunes your ukulele (guitars, etc.) 

At this point the course is specifically designed to cater to right hand players only.