Recipe for Success: The first 6 months of piano lessons

1. Timetable practice into your daily schedule

2. Sit down once a week with your child for an intensive practice session together

3. Lavish praise and encouragement

4. Use bribes 🙂

View the complete article for more ideas- Diary of a Piano Mama

Diary of a Piano Mama

1. Timetable practice into your daily schedule
Seriously.

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 30 mins each week with a piano teacher – piano teachers are notoriously lovely people, after all. If you have chosen the right piano teacher who chooses the right piano method for your child, your child is bound to have fun and look forward to going along to lessons each week.

Any student is likely to be able to move along and progress through a method book just by playing once or twice each week – it’s not rocket science, after all.

However, no one is born with “piano hands.” And prodigy is developed and nurtured – not some kind of divine blessing.

If you have decided to make the investment in piano lessons…

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