Searching for creative and constructive ideas for motivating a child’s practice habits? PIANO Mama has some great ideas. Check them out!
Did you know that when an aeroplane takes off they use about half of the fuel required for the flight from take-off to level off? That’s an enormous amount of energy in the few minutes at the very start of the flight before they reach their cruising altitude.
Just imagine if you and your child made a massive effort in the first 6-12 months of piano lessons and then your child was able to enjoy ‘cruising’ along the learning-piano process for the next 10 years!
Here is what we did with PianoGirl. Perhaps it could work for your child too!
1.Timetable practice into your daily schedule.
Nothing but nothing but nothing (but nothing) will replace actual time spent on the piano, each day.
With any luck your child will have a lovely time spending 30mins each week with a piano teacher – piano teachers are notoriously lovely people, after…
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