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The Music Parents' Guide: A Survival Kit for the New Music Parent

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Learn Simple Steps to Becoming a Great Music Parent It's a lot easier than you think! Have you ever been confronted with the task of supporting your child's interest in a musical instrument, when you have little or no musical experience yourself? Relax. Helping your child learn to play an instrument is definitely something you can do. That's because The Music Parents' Gui Learn Simple Steps to Becoming a Great Music Parent It's a lot easier than you think! Have you ever been confronted with the task of supporting your child's interest in a musical instrument, when you have little or no musical experience yourself? Relax. Helping your child learn to play an instrument is definitely something you can do. That's because The Music Parents' Guide provides a practical game plan that makes it simple for any parent to be a great music parent. In a style that's conversational and accessible, you'll learn in less than one hour how to: ·Assist your child in picking the right instrument to play ·Forget the myth that some kids are just "musically gifted" (It isn't true!) ·Understand that ANY child can become a good musician ·Interact with your child's music teacher in a constructive and productive way ·Teach your child that learning to play an instrument develops strong character traits ·Recognize through listening whether your child is practicing correctly Most important, you'll learn that if you can help your child with their history homework, or teach them how to do yard work--you are more than qualified to help them learn to play an instrument. The Music Parents' Guide takes less than an hour to read, and then it's always at your fingertips as a friendly resource that will have you saying: "Supporting my child's interest in learning an instrument isn't such a big deal. I can do this!"


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Learn Simple Steps to Becoming a Great Music Parent It's a lot easier than you think! Have you ever been confronted with the task of supporting your child's interest in a musical instrument, when you have little or no musical experience yourself? Relax. Helping your child learn to play an instrument is definitely something you can do. That's because The Music Parents' Gui Learn Simple Steps to Becoming a Great Music Parent It's a lot easier than you think! Have you ever been confronted with the task of supporting your child's interest in a musical instrument, when you have little or no musical experience yourself? Relax. Helping your child learn to play an instrument is definitely something you can do. That's because The Music Parents' Guide provides a practical game plan that makes it simple for any parent to be a great music parent. In a style that's conversational and accessible, you'll learn in less than one hour how to: ·Assist your child in picking the right instrument to play ·Forget the myth that some kids are just "musically gifted" (It isn't true!) ·Understand that ANY child can become a good musician ·Interact with your child's music teacher in a constructive and productive way ·Teach your child that learning to play an instrument develops strong character traits ·Recognize through listening whether your child is practicing correctly Most important, you'll learn that if you can help your child with their history homework, or teach them how to do yard work--you are more than qualified to help them learn to play an instrument. The Music Parents' Guide takes less than an hour to read, and then it's always at your fingertips as a friendly resource that will have you saying: "Supporting my child's interest in learning an instrument isn't such a big deal. I can do this!"

35 review for The Music Parents' Guide: A Survival Kit for the New Music Parent

  1. 4 out of 5

    Hannah Elysse

    One of the best... This piece is absolutely necessary for both music educators and parents of students alike. As a private music teacher, I have found myself frustrated with students who have quit. This book helps explain some of the "why's" that might cause an otherwise interested young musician to stop developing their new skills. One of the best... This piece is absolutely necessary for both music educators and parents of students alike. As a private music teacher, I have found myself frustrated with students who have quit. This book helps explain some of the "why's" that might cause an otherwise interested young musician to stop developing their new skills.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Reshamad

    This is a quick introduction about music learning for parents. The short and simple book gives us an overview of what "music" learning truly means, what kind of commitments are needed from both parent and child and what the right approach to encourage kids into the wonderful world of music learning. The author makes a strong distinction between motivation, encouragement and gentle push in keeping kids learning music. He also provides strategies into creating daily schedules, creating milestones This is a quick introduction about music learning for parents. The short and simple book gives us an overview of what "music" learning truly means, what kind of commitments are needed from both parent and child and what the right approach to encourage kids into the wonderful world of music learning. The author makes a strong distinction between motivation, encouragement and gentle push in keeping kids learning music. He also provides strategies into creating daily schedules, creating milestones and working through the schedule especially during summer months. I found myself reading this cover to cover. Without being "preachy" the book highlights the "right" way to introduce music learning to families. I won a copy of this book as a Goodreads giveaway.

  3. 5 out of 5

    James

    I received this book for free through Goodreads First Reads. It is a basic book, designed for parents with little to no musical ability. The book was vague on specifics, but did provide direction on what parents should look out for. Don't expect this book to provide all the answers; it is a starting point. It is up to the parents to do the proper follow-up based on the child's age and instrument selected. I received this book for free through Goodreads First Reads. It is a basic book, designed for parents with little to no musical ability. The book was vague on specifics, but did provide direction on what parents should look out for. Don't expect this book to provide all the answers; it is a starting point. It is up to the parents to do the proper follow-up based on the child's age and instrument selected.

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