Fun & Interactive Online Voice Classes
That Grow Your Confidence
Deanna is FANTASTIC! We honestly went to another piano teacher with our son previously and he was not engaged. She is patient, energetic and consistent – he is SO excited every time it is lesson day. Could not recommend her highly enough!
This morning Charlotte started telling me a bunch of addition like 4+3 is 7, 2+3 is 5, and a number of combinations she worked out.
It’s like the math light went on in her head. Really neat. Thank you.
My 4-year-old son has been taking lessons with Deanna for the past 6 months. I am a preschool teacher. I was immediately impressed by how Deanna was able to connect with my child and work with him with such calmness and ease.
My son tried many different classes and has had many different instructors. Deanna has by far been his favorite instructor and he is always excited and ready for class.
The program she uses is wonderful, it introduces children to sequencing and patterns, fine motor skills and development and so much more. I highly highly recommend classes with Deanna. We love her!
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Free Student Recitals & Showcases
Our performance parties (aka recitals) are included for all clients and. Whether it’s in person at a nearby venue, by video, or at a local community event, clients get the experience of performing in front of an audience which serves with future public speaking or performing opportunities.
6 Tips To Help Your Child Through Transitions
Transitions are a part of growing up. The older they get, the more complex the changes are that happen around children. As a parent, it isn’t easy to see your child go through challenging times. It’s also hard at times to avoid taking their behavior personally, but it’s important to remember that they are going through many changes and need your support.
Here are six techniques that can help your child to move through transitions easily and successfully:
1. Understand what they are going through
2. Don’t take their behavior personally
3. Let them know you are there for them
4. Help them find their support network
5. Encourage them to stay connected to hobbies and interests outside the home
6. Keep the lines of communication open
Transitions can be difficult for everyone, but especially for children. By understanding their situation and supporting them in finding their support network, you, as a parent, may help your child through these changes.
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