3 Tried and True Ways to Help Your Child Practice at Home WITHOUT Tears and Tantrums!
Music Lessons are SO MUCH FUN!
But…Getting kids to practice at home can be SO DAUNTING.
Kids love playing music and having fun!
But working on new things that can be tricky at first?
NOT so much fun.
It can be so difficult as a parent to get your child to practice at home! You struggle to hold your patience.
One of the biggest challenges as a parent is making sure your child practices what they’ve learned during their lessons.
It can be so difficult to get them to practice at home – even if they want to learn more!
But fighting with your child over practicing at home can lead them not wanting to play anymore 🙁
We’ll show you how we make sure our kids practice without all the fighting…
These are ways that will encourage them to practice and accomplish those hard parts of learning to play, but also fuel their passion and curiosity for music!
Let’s make practice feel more like playing.
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