Mom, Dad...Can I practice?
Excuse me? Did I hear you right?
Children don't always want to practice. We can try and try to motivate them and make them feel like they can do it, but they push back. Sometimes they argue, sometimes they fall on the floor, sometimes they giggle and act silly. They have a million ways to distract us from what we are trying to get them to do.
As a parent and a teacher, I have spent many years searching for ways to get children to cooperate and practice. I want to share that knowledge with you. That's why I put together Five Ways to Motivate Your Kids to Practice. In this free 5-part guide you'll find out:
- How to get kids into the practice room
- What to do when a practice session starts breaking down
- Why children push back and how to respond
- What the best strategies are for encouraging practice discipline
- How to ask for more without arguing and causing tears
When you sign up, you'll also get biweekly practice help and creative resources to help your kids every month.
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